Category Archives: KNEC – Kenya National Examination Council

2020 KNEC examiners training – KNEC issues a statement

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, has issued a statement concerning the 2020 training of examiners. This follows reports that the Council had made an advertisement for teachers willing to train to apply online. Every year Knec has been carrying out training for examiners annually or from time to time as need arises. The training of new examiners is informed… Read More »

2020 KCSE Exam Timetable download (knec revised/final copy)

Here is the revised and final KCSE 2020 Timetable and instructions to candidates who will sit for their examinations in March/ April 2021. According to the timetable, the candidates sit for their first theory paper on Friday March 26, 2021. The last examination day will be on Wednesday April 21, 2021. REVISED 2020 KCSE TIMETABLE DOWNLOAD. Here is the Timetable… Read More »

KNEC issues circular on capturing of grade 4 and class 8 marks in the LCBE portal

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, has extended the deadline for uploading of the 2020 scores for grade 4 and class 8 into the LCBE portal. Through a circular sent to all school heads, the Council Boss Dr. Mercy Karogo says the new deadline will now be 20th November, 2020. This is after most schools failed to upload their marks… Read More »

KNEC issues an important circular, extends deadline; Uploading of Class 8 and Grade 4 marks to LCBE portal

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, has extended the deadline for uploading of the 2020 scores for grade 4 and class 8 into the LCBE portal. Through a circular sent to all school heads, the Council Boss Dr. Mercy Karogo says the new deadline will now be 20th November, 2020. This is after most schools failed to upload their marks… Read More »

KNEC Examiners Training 2020/2021

Are you interested to be trained as a KNEC Examiner? The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, carries out training for examiners annually or from time to time as need arises. The training of new examiners is informed by: increased candidature, need to replace exited examiners and whenever new exam papers are introduced. HOW TO QUALIFY FOR KNEC EXAMINERS TRAINING For… Read More »

How to upload KNEC class 8 marks on the LCBE portal (https://lcbe.knec.ac.ke/)

Are you are looking for a guideline on how to update the Kenya National Examinations Council, KCSE, test marks for standard eight? Here is the latest procedure on how to capture class 8 marks on the LCBE portal; lcbe.knec.ac.ke. HOW TO ENTER STANDARD 8 MARKS ON THE LCBE PORTAL First, you need to log onto the LCBE portal by following the… Read More »

Knec 2020 grade 4 and class 8 examination timetables and guidelines/ instructions

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, has released the 2020 grade four (4) and class eight (8) advance instructions and timetable for the Learning Continuity in Basic Education (LCBE) assessments. According to the Council, assessment questions will be printed by respective schools. Knec Instructions to Teachers According to the KNEC guidelines, the responsible teacher should ensure that: Classrooms… Read More »

Parents Shocked as Knec rules out transfer of candidates

Attempts by parents to transfer their kids to new schools have been dealt a major blow. This is after the Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, ruled out any changes to examination centres for the about 2 million 2020 KCSE and KCPE candidates. Some parents had opted to transfer their kids to low cost schools, after the long closure… Read More »

KNEC Finally releases new guidelines, timelines for the 2020 KCSE group four projects

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, has released revised guidelines on the handling of the 2020 KCSE group IV projects. The Council’s revised schedule of timelines follows the recent reopening of schools. “Apart from this revised schedule, all other instructions and guidelines are still in place.” says the Council Boss Dr. Mercy Karogo. New guidelines for 442/1 -Art… Read More »

Knec Inform all school heads on the conduct of learning assessments under the Kenya GPE Covid19 learning project

The Kenya National Examinations Council, Knec, has released a crucial circular to all school heads on the conduct of learning assessments under the Kenya Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Covid19 learning continuity in basic education project. In the circular, Knec, boss Dr. Mercy Karogo outlines how assessment will be carried out in each class (Grade 1 to Standard… Read More »