2019 KCSE EXCLUSIVE NEWS: REASONS WHY THE 2019 KCSE RESULTS WILL BE RELEASED ANY MOMENT FROM NOW
PROFESSOR GEORGE MAGOHA, CS EDUCATION TO RELEASE THE 2019 KNEC KCSE RESULTS ANY MOMENT FROM NOW
The 2019 KNEC KCSE results are likely to be released any moment from now. There are 7 possible reasons as to why CS magoha may not delay the release of this year’s KCSE results. Here are some of the possible reasons:
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This is simply because last year’s KCSE results were released by 18th December 2018 (long before Christmas) to give parents of the 2018 form four leavers enough time to plan for their children’s tertiary level education.
Secondly, the CS Education Professor George Magoha had said that the 2019 KCSE Results will be released long before Christmas to give this year’s KCSE candidates and their parents or guardians enough time to plan for the next step in as far as their education is concerned.
Thirdly, the 2019 KCSE Results are likely to be released any moment from now since most of the 2019 KCSE KNEC examiners completed the marking exercise by Thursday, December 12. This, therefore, means that the most tedious and time-consuming part of the 2019 KCSE Results analysis is over. Another thing that you should bear in mind is that the KCSE examiners cannot leave the designated KNEC marking centres unless they have fed the candidates’ raw data and cross-checked the results to verify them.
Fourthly, the 2019 KCSE results may be released any time from now since the Kenyan Government would like to save Kenyans the anxiety resulting from the way the 2019 KCSE marking exercise was conducted. This year’s KCSE marking exercise was marred by protests by KNEC examiners who felt aggrieved by KNEC’S poor working conditions and poor payment rates per script. Hence, many 2019 KCSE candidates especially those who sat for the Physics Paper III and Business Paper II exams cannot just wait to see what mark they scooped in those two papers. So if the government continues to delay the release of the 2019 KCSE results, it is likely to create more anxiety.
The fifth reason is because the CS Education would like to continue with the tradition which was passed down to him by his predecessors (Dr Fred Matiang’ i and Dr Ambassador Amina). So if the current CS delays the release of the 2019 KCSE exam results, it will appear like he has “failed” to put his house in order before Kenyans.
Besides, Professor George Magoha may release the 2019 KCSE results any time to discredit KUPPET’s claim that he wants to beat another “artificial deadline.” According to the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers, KUPPET, the education ministry has come up with an “artificial” deadline for marking and releasing KCSE results. KUPPET does not find the rush to release the 2019 KCSE results necessary since KCSE level results mean a lot to the learners’ lives. Therefore to prove KUPPET wrong, CS Magoha may release the results soon just to show KUPPET that this is a matter of change from the old tradition, not “artificial” deadlines.