- He said it's time for them to showcase all the work they have put in over the years.
- Grade six learners will start with Mathematics at 8.30 am followed by English at 10.50 am.
President William Ruto has wished the Standard Eight and Grade Six pupils success in their national exams set to start on Monday.
Ruto said it's time for them to showcase all the work they have put in over the years they have been in school.
"You have worked hard for years, it is time for you to crown that hard work with a strong display of knowledge and character. This is your moment, do your best for your future. I wish you all the best in your Grade 6 (KPSEA), KCPE and KCSE examinations," he tweeted.
The first batch of Grade 6 learners undertook rehearsals for the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) on Friday, November 25, 2022.
Grade six learners will start with Mathematics at 8.30 am followed by English at 10.50 am.
Standard Eight pupils will start with Mathematics at 8.30 am, followed by the English language paper at 11.30 am and Composition at 2.30 pm.
More than three million students are prepared to sit the national exams this month.