Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has launched the registration for the 2022 examinations and assessments which will be held in November and December this year.
The process will begin today and end on May 14, according to Magoha.
Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA), Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations and KCSE qualifying for the test.
The Cabinet Secretary stated that applicants will be registered online by their respective Head Teachers, and that offline registration is not an option.
During the registration and verification of candidates, he also advised them to offer accurate information about learners with special needs.
The CS stressed the importance of parents and guardians participating in the verification of KPSEA and KCPE candidates.
He stated that schools should correctly record the candidates’ names because they will be utilized in future exams.
He asked Head Teachers and Sub County Directors of Education to double-check the accuracy of the candidate’s name, gender, year of birth, citizenship, and subjects entered on the birth certificate.
Candidates will not be transferred once registration is complete, according to Magoha.
Special cases of illness and insecurity, he said, will be handled appropriately if brought to KNEC’s attention through the SCDE.