Grade 6 students who took the first Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) in 2022 now have their results. On Tuesday, January 17, 2023, the results were revealed and uploaded to the Knec portal.
According to Kenya National Examinations Council CEO David Njeng’ere, the three reports have been released.
Between November 28 and November 30, 1,287,597 Grade Six students took their KPSEA exams.
Knec provided three reports: one on individual learners, one on school-specific reports, and a national report on school-based and summative assessment.
The national report outlines the areas that require assistance as well as the number of learners at each performance level per topic who require intervention.
The customized school report is tailored to each school and indicates areas where learners have challenges and schools require additional assistance.
KPSEA candidates, like KCPE candidates, took five multiple-choice exam papers. They studied math, English, Kiswahili, integrating science, creative arts, and social studies.
The KPSEA results will not be used to place students in junior secondary schools.
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The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has declared that the results of the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) will no longer be used to place students in junior secondary schools.
The KPSEA report, on the other hand, will be used to track learner progress.
“The national report will provide feedback to education stakeholders on areas that require intervention. The report will indicate the proportion of learners at each of the performance levels per subject where perhaps we need to do some interventions,” says KNEC CEO David Njengere.
Sample of KPSEA performance report