The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has confirmed that it has so far resolved 133 cases involving the 2023 KCPE results.
Confirming the news was KNEC CEO Dr. David Njeng’ere who noted that out of all the cases that had been raised, only 133 of them had errors which have been resolved.
He also addressed one of the concerns raised online where a school in Isiolo County had all there students score a constant 75 marks in one of their subjects where he said there was not evidence of malpractice received.
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“KNEC has reviewed the results for the school and all the reports that were received from the examination centres and anonymous letters and has not found any indication that the school was involved in examination malpractices,” he said
KNEC had already issued a 30 days appeal window for parents and students to review their results which began immediately after the results were released.
“The KNEC Rules of 2015 Legal Notice 131 on the marking of examinations, release of results and certification, Rule 27, provides for candidates/schools to lodge appeals for review of the examination results to the Council in writing within thirty days from the date of release of the examination results,” said Dr David Njeng’ere