2019 KCSE results out before Christmas, marking ongoing; details

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha invigilates the ongoing KCSE 2019 exams at a school in Kisii. The CS said the Ministry has exposed more than 10 impersonators, confiscated phones in the exercise that entered Day 5 on Friday.
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha invigilating the KCSE 2019 exams at a school in Kisii. File Photo

The results for this year’s Kenys Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, exam will be out before Christmas. This is according to Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha.

 

 While speaking at Kapisisiywa Secondary School in Nandi, last week, the CS said the Ministry together with the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) have put in place measures to ensure the results are released in good time. “What I assured the president and the Public earlier on was that we shall go to Christmas after we have known how the children performed,” Prof Magoha said.

 Magoha said early release of the examination results will enable parents and guardians to plan on how to manage their finances well and not to spend everything on merry making during this festive season.

 The CS presented a cheque of Sh100 million to the school. The cheque was a donation from the President towards the Construction of a Library and Offices; being an appreciation to the 2019 Best Athlete Eliud Kipchoge.

 

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The 2018 KCSE results were announced on Friday 21st December and it is expected that the 2019 results will be announced around this date; going by the record release of the 2019 KCPE results.

 

KCSE EXAMINERS

Meanwhile, the Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, has invited over 26,000 examiners to mark this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) scripts.

 According to the Council the examiners include newly trained ones and the experienced lot. This number of examiners will be expected to mark the scripts and complete in good time; ahead of results release before Christmas.

 The marking exercise has kicked off for most subjects; with examiners. Other, examiners for ‘small’ subjects (subjects with low candidature) are expected at the marking centers by early next week.

 

EXAMINABLE SUBJECTS

Students are currently writing their KCSE exams that started on October 21 and ends on November 27, 2019. Those invited will mark exam scripts in the following subjects:

  1. English- 101
  2. Kiswahili- 102
  3. Mathematics- 121
  4. Mathematics, Alternative B- 122
  5. Biology- 231
  6. Physics- 232
  7. Chemistry- 233
  8. Biology for the Blind- 236
  9. General Science- 237
  10. History- 311
  11. Geography- 312
  12. Christian Religious Education, CRE- 313
  13. Islamic Religious Education, IRE- 314
  14. Hindu Religious Education, HRE- 315
  15. Home Science- 441
  16. Art and Design- 442
  17. Agriculture- 443
  18. Wood Work- 444
  19. Metal Work- 445
  20. Building Construction- 446
  21. Power Mechanics- 447
  22. Electricity- 448
  23. Drawing and Design- 449
  24. Aviation Technology- 450
  25. Computer Studies- 451
  26. French- 501
  27. German- 502
  28. Arabic- 503
  29. Sign Language- 504
  30. Music- 511
  31. Business Studies- 565

 

MARKING CENTRES.

The Council has designated various mrking centres to be used during this year’s KCSE exams marking exercise. These include: Parklands Arya, Moi Forces Academy, Moi Girls Nairobi, Buruburu girls, Sunshine, State House and St Georges. Others are: Dagoreti Boys, Limuru Girls, Alliance Boys and Girls.

 

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