2022 KCPE and KPSEA Candidates To Begin Selection Of Secondary Schools
Public and private primary schools across the country will making the secondary school choices for their 2022 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) candidates today.
This follows the suspension of high school selection by the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec), to facilitate faster registration of the KCPE candidates.
Initially, many schools had complained over inefficient and slow Knec servers which made the entire registration process difficult.
Knec However confirmed that the process will start today 16th May, implying that KCPE 2022 candidates can now start to select secondary schools they would like to join in 2023.
According to Knec, the registration of KCPE, KPSEA and KCSE candidates ended on 14th May 2022 after schools entered the learners’ bio data.
The placement of Grade 6 learners to junior secondary is still marred with confusion.
School choices for the candidates is not yet set despite CS Magoha saying the learners will be placed in day and boarding junior secondary schools across the country.
The learners will be tested in five subjects including Mathematics, English,Kiswahili,Integrated Sciences and Creative and Social Sciences.
The pioneer Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) learners will sit for their final test in primary schools from 28th to 30th November 2022 before transiting to junior secondary in January.