KCSE 2021-2022-2023 leakage Predictions, Past Papers and Leakage 2022; Get all the 2021-2022 KCSE Leakage Details Here
2021/2022 KCSE Predictions and Past Papers Leakage (KCSE 2020-2021),
KCSE 2021-2022 Leakage
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education-KCSE national exams are set to massively commence on Monday March 14, 2022. Kindly note that already some candidates have commenced Practicals for technical subjects that encompass Agriculture whose second milestone has already been uploaded to the Knec Portal online. Home Science KCSE Candidates and Computer students will also undertake their practical ahead of the main roll out of exams next Monday.
KCPE/ KCSE Leakage
The CS Education Professor George Magoha has already issues a stern warning against cartels that are planning to leak the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, KCPE and the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education-KCSE exams before they are done on Instagram.
It is therefore crystal clear that the 2021/2022 KCSE leakage will only be accessible to instagram users but at their own risk since Knec will obviously conduct a crackdown of the cartels especially now that the internet does not forget.
KCPE/KCSE Leakage 2022 Available on Social Media Platforms
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha recently revealed a plot by “exam cartels” to leak national examinations through social media platforms.
Magoha said the ministry was aware that the cartels working in cahoots with “a clique of rogue teachers and examination centre managers” had hatched a scheme to leak the examination papers during the opening of exam containers.
“It is regrettable that the cartels are very active on something called Telegram (a secure social media application). We are watching them as they plan to open the exam material and leak the contents during the opening of the exam containers,” the CS said in Mombasa.
To foil the scheme, Magoha said, the ministry was considering reviewing the time of opening exam containers from 6.00am to 6.30am to reduce the time centre managers stay with the papers.
“This time round, we are wondering whether we are allowing people too much time with examinations. We are consulting to decide whether we can reschedule the opening time from 6 o’clock to 6.30am to reduce the time the crooks stay with the papers,” he said.
Magoha said his Ministry and the Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) had put in place strategies to tighten security during this year’s exams.
The CS advised students and parents not to fall prey to cartels by buying fake examination papers, saying they will only be wasting their resources.
“We are not going to allow anybody to mess with this exams and for those who think they are clever, we are watching them.
To the children, nobody should confuse them that they are going to give them papers because we will not grab access to the KCPE/KCSE Papers.
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