New Measures to Curb Cheating in KCSE & KCPE.
New Measures to Stop Cheating in the KCSE & KCPE are Announced by CS Machogu. Ezekiel Machgu, the education secretary, has announced more modifications to this year’s national exams in an effort to reduce cheating.
The CS announced that the management of the center will choose the morning and afternoon papers individually during the graduation ceremony at the Kenya Institute of Special Education in Kasarani.
He clarified that the exam would be given tomorrow, and the second paper would be given the day after the students had handed in their papers.
The new safeguards, according to Machgu, will stop early openings and paper leaks.
In order for the administration of the center to obtain test records as closely as possible, we were able to expand the number of containers and distribution centers this year.
He explained that in order to prevent the early affects that cause us headaches, they go there in the morning and again in the evening.
Additionally, according to CS, the Ministry has increased the quantity of marking centers in order to foster a climate that is favorable for instructors.
Just a few days prior to the national exams, the new alterations were made public.
On October 23, French, German, and music rehearsals will officially kick off the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). On November 6, the main exam will begin, and students will take Chemistry Paper 1.
On the other side, the Kenya Certificate of Basic Education (KCPE) will begin for Grade 8 students on October 30.
The new CS measures would supplement the recommendations released on October 19 by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC).
To avoid disruptions during testing, KNEC has banned Bluetooth gadgets, smart watches, and programmable calculators.
It also forbids teachers and students from bringing bags, luggage, bags, or kyondos inside the test room.
New Steps Announced by CS Machogu to Stop Cheating in the KCSE & KCPE
New Measures to Curb Cheating in KCSE & KCPE