KNEC Releases Grade Six CBC Exams Guidelines, Check Out

The Grade Six exam, which is planned for November, includes instructions that have been released by the Kenya National Exams Council (KNEC).

In a memo to school administrators dated Tuesday, June 5, KNEC Chief Executive Officer David Njegere announced that candidates will take a School-Based Assessment (SBA) test at their home institutions, which would be scored by their teachers.

They will then be able to register for the national exam after the evaluation results have been uploaded to the portal.

The Competency-Based Curriculum will initially be used to deliver the national exam (CBC).

The Kenya Inter-Mediate Level Education Assessment (KILEA) test will thereafter be given to the students using their assessment number.

“KNEC should register students and give them a number. They have to have completed a School Based Assessment at the intermediate level and uploaded the results of at least one SBA to the KNEC portal, according to Njegere’s statement.

The kids will take five tests, according to Njerege: Mathematics and English on the first day, Integrated Science and Kiswahili on the second, and Creative Arts and Social Studies on the third.

Notably, teachers will be expected to give students the resources they need for real-world assessments, which will force teachers to upgrade some of their current materials.

By the KNEC deadline, the teachers will grade the students’ responses and assign them grades, which will be published to the KILEA portal.

The marking will be completed using the resources at hand, and the results will be made public in accordance with the stated rules.

The KPSEA exams, which are multiple choice, will all be graded electronically with the exception of composition and kiswahili.

The examination organization would submit example KILEA papers to the internet by July 15, 2022, according to the KNEC president, who also said this, so that instructors can become familiar with the procedure.

The examination organization would submit example KILEA papers to the internet by July 15, 2022, according to the KNEC president, who also said this, to help instructors become familiar with the procedure.

On June 4, Njerege made the announcement that more than 1.25 million kids had registered to take the exam necessary for the changeover to junior secondary school under the new system.

By texting (Exam) to 20076, administrators, parents, and applicants can find out the status of their registration (Index Number).

George Magoha, the cabinet secretary for education, has been observing the construction of CBC classrooms for junior high and high schools all around the nation.

“KNEC intends to give the first group of intermediate-level students a summative test called KILEA between November and December. To give schools access to sample KILEA papers through their portals, we will upload them. You can make an informed plan with the help of this knowledge.

On June 4, Njerege reported that more than 1.25 million children have the exam needed to enter junior secondary school under the new system.

Sending an SMS to 20076 with the subject (Exam) will allow administrators, parents, and applicants to check their registration status (Index Number).

George Magoha, the cabinet secretary for education, has been observing the construction of CBC classrooms for junior high and high schools all around the nation.

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