187 adult education students to sit 2020 national examinations in Nakuru West

A total 187 adult education students will sit this year’s national examinations in Nakuru West Sub County.

Among them, 106 adult education students will be sitting for KCSE while 81 will be sitting the KCPE this year.

This is according to Nakuru West Sub county adult and continuing education officer Dr.Samuel Muthee.

Speaking on Friday when he led students in verifying their registration details for the national exams as per the Kenya National Examination Council, Dr.Muthee was categorical that the candidates are well prepared.

He however noted that there were a few cases of some students missing classes due to domestic conflicts but they intervened.

“We have 106 candidates for KCSE and 81 candidates for the KCPE this year and we are optimistic that they will do well” said Dr.Muthee.

He lauded the Kenya National Examination Council for coming up with the measure of verification.

According to Dr.Muthee, this will help a lot in addressing the challenges that have been experienced before where mistakes are made on the registration particulars of the students.

The students according to Dr.Muthee have up to 6th March to ensure they have verified their registration details.

“The verification is key as it will help us address the errors that are normally experienced. Students have up to Tuesday 6th, March to do so and then we close as per the KNEC requirement” said Dr.Muthee.

This is the first time that KNEC Hass introduced the measure to ensure all candidates sitting the national examinations verify their registration details to avert errors on the certificates.

Martin Gichinga
Author: Martin Gichinga

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