Posted on: 12/29/2010 3:11:05 AM Posted By: raphael Membership Level: Diamond Total Points: 11054
The examination is conducted once every year in the month of November
Eligibility - School candidates are eligible to sit for KCPE after completing eight years of primary school education and are presented by a school recognized by the Ministry of Education. Private candidates may also register for the examinations if they are citizens or bona fide residents of Kenya and have a leaving certificate from a recognized primary school indicating that the candidate completed standard seven and would have been admitted to standard eight had he/she continued in the school or proof that the candidate has completed full primary school course in a recognized Adult Education or equivalent programme and has attained the level of competence required for KCPE candidates.
Subjects Offered - KCPE examination consists of five papers namely, English Language and Composition, Kiswahili Lugha and Insha, Mathematics, Science and (GHCR), Geography, History and Civics, Religious Education.
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