Over 5,000 KCSE Candidates Will Not Receive Exams
Results of over 5000 candidates who sat for the 2015 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination have been cancelled over exam irregularities.
While releasing the results, Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i decried the high numbers, saying the rate of irregularities is 70 per cent higher than the previous year’s.
Matiang’i said, however, the entire results in the affected examination centres will not be cancelled in revised rules which will see the individual candidates bear the brunt.
The irregularities took place in 505 centres country wide. Only ISiolo County did not record any cases of exam irregularities, with the highest numbers being experienced in Nairobi, Makueni and Meru Counties.