KCPE Marks Awarding Details Per Subject Ahead of Next Week’s Release.

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Awarding Details Per Subject Ahead of Next Week’s Release

KCPE Marks Awarding Details Per Subject Ahead of Next Week’s Release

Revealed: KCPE Marks Awarding Details Per Subject Ahead of Next Week’s Release

The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE)2021 results are ready. The marking of the exams ended on Tuesday.

A number of examiners have shared some hints of the results. According to some who shared with us some tips they said the standardization for mathematics is 0.85 while that for science is 0.84.


What this means is for example if a candidate scores 40 ticks in mathematics this means the maximum of 40 ticks will be 40 multiplied by 2 multiplied by 0.85 to get 68% and if he or she scores 50 ticks it becomes 85%.


According to examiners who confidential details of the exams from the examiners, said standardization for Mathematics is 85% Science 84% Social studies and Religion 86% English 97% while Kiswahili 97%.


They said English and Kiswahili were well performed with most learners scoring good marks.


According to the markers this year’s KCPE results will be better than the previous year.


However, these are speculations and we are still waiting for official announcements of the KCPE results.


Yesterday, Education Cabinet Secretary Prof.George Magoha urged parents to start preparing their children for form one admission.


Speaking in Vihiga county after inspecting the ongoing KCSE examinations, Magoha said the next focus is on transition to secondary schools.


“In terms of the marking of the primary school exams I think we are about to complete; we have targets and the targets are met. I’ll start now looking for H1 because we have to first start discussing the results with him, then we shall release the results to our children,”Magoha said yesterday.


“They should start preparing, let the parents prepare their children for form 1 admission, “he added.


Earlier on both Magoha and Early Learning and Basic Education PS Julius Jwan had assured of early release of the results to allow smooth transition to secondary school.



“We are determined to ensure no time is lost. Marking of exams will be concluded within a short while and results released to allow students to proceed to secondary education by May,” Juan had said.


Magoha had said the official release of the 2021 KCPE results will be done any day between Wednesday and Saturday this week.


CS Magoha who was speaking in Kayole during inspection of KCSE examinations said the announcement date will largely depend on availability of his excellency the President.


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