[PHOTOS] KCSE examinations enter day three

The candidates will be sitting for English paper; creative composition and set books, Chemistry and General Science.

In Summary

• Education CS George Magoha on Wednesday morning supervised the distribution of exam papers at Westlands DCC's office, Nairobi.

• The KCSE papers are disseminated from 483 distribution centres nationwide.

Education CS George Magoha supervises distribution of exam papers on the third day of KCSE exams at Westlands DCC's office, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Education CS George Magoha supervises distribution of exam papers on the third day of KCSE exams at Westlands DCC's office, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU

The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations has entered day three.

The candidates will be sitting for English paper; creative composition and set books, Chemistry and General Science.

Education CS George Magoha on Wednesday morning supervised the distribution of exam papers at Westlands DCC's office, Nairobi.

Education CS George Magoha interacts with Ahmed Zamzam during the third day of KCSE exams at State House Girls High School, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Education CS George Magoha interacts with Ahmed Zamzam during the third day of KCSE exams at State House Girls High School, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
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He later on interacted with some candidates at State House Girls High School before exams started.

He also visited a sick State House Girls High School candidate at Nairobi Women Hospital.

Education CS George Magoha visits a sick State House Girls High School candidate Zolyne Adhiambo at Nairobi Women Hospital on the third day of KCSE exams, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Education CS George Magoha visits a sick State House Girls High School candidate Zolyne Adhiambo at Nairobi Women Hospital on the third day of KCSE exams, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
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The tests are administered in 10, 413 examination centres to the 831,015 Form Four students.

The KCSE papers are disseminated from 483 distribution centres nationwide.

Teachers collect exam papers during the third day of KCSE exams at Westlands DCC's offices, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Teachers collect exam papers during the third day of KCSE exams at Westlands DCC's offices, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU

On Monday, Teachers Service Commission Chief Executive Officer, Nancy Macharia, said the government, through a multi-agency team, has made major strides towards ensuring there are no exam malpractices in the ongoing KCSE examinations.

She said TSC had thoroughly vetted 70,486 teachers to administer the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations that officially commenced today.

Teachers collect exam papers during the third day of KCSE exams at Westlands DCC's offices, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Teachers collect exam papers during the third day of KCSE exams at Westlands DCC's offices, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
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Education CS George Magoha interacts with candidate Hellen Gouland during the third day of KCSE exams at State House Girls High School, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Education CS George Magoha interacts with candidate Hellen Gouland during the third day of KCSE exams at State House Girls High School, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
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Education CS George Magoha is shown a box containing mobile phones for invigilators when he visited at State House Girls High School on the third day of KCSE exams, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Education CS George Magoha is shown a box containing mobile phones for invigilators when he visited at State House Girls High School on the third day of KCSE exams, Nairobi on March 16, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU