Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha has said that the 2022 national examinations set for December of the same year will in fact be ready by February.
Speaking during the launch of the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) strategic framework 2022-2027, Prof. Magoha said that 5 main examinations will be conducted; two in March and the remaining three in December.
“The children shall have their examination at the end of next year. By the end of February, by the grace of God, the examinations shall be ready for administration. It does not matter who will take over as president,” he said.
This year’s KCPE examinations will be written between March 7 and March 10, 2022 while KCSE will be conducted from March 11 to April 1, 2022.
The second set of exams will be conducted in December, involving KCPE and KCSE classes of 2022 as well as the final assessment for the pioneer class of the new CBC curriculum who will be completing Grade 6.
Consequently, Prof. Magoha warned those who will be planning to cheat in the examination process that they will be handed in accordance with the full force of the law.