The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has on Friday admitted releasing some KCPE results with errors as confirmed by some parents.
Through a statement, KNEC noted that they are moving with speed to ensure that the errors are corrected.
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Both parents and students confirmed noticing errors in their results, others received results of subjects that they did not sit for including Kenya sign language and others completely did not receive results in some of their exams.
The news comes barely a day after Education CS Ezekiel Machogu released this year’s KCPE results where the highest student attained 428 marks.
A total of 900 students did not however sit for the exam due to various reasons out of the 1.4 million students who sat for the exams.