•Grade 6 pupils will start with Mathematics as the first paper
•On Tuesday, the learners will be assessed in Integrated Science and Kiswahili.
It's all systems go for more than 3 million students preparing to sit the national exams.
Grade 6 has more than 1.6 million registered candidates for Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) exam.
On Friday, learners will be taken through rehearsal as teachers check compliance with exam regulations.
As it stands, primary schools will have two exam sections, for Standard 8 and Grade 6 pupils.
On Monday, Standard 8 candidates will sit Mathematics, English language and Composition papers. On Tuesday they will have Science, Kiswahili and Insha.
And on the final day, they will have Social Studies and Religious Education papers.
Grade 6 pupils will start with Mathematics as the first paper and English on Monday.
On Tuesday, the learners will be assessed in Integrated Science and Kiswahili.
The maiden assessment will end on Wednesday with Creative Arts and Social Studies.
For Grade 6, the subjects have been clustered into five Integrated Science containing Science and Technology, Agriculture, Home Science, and Physical Health.
Creative Arts and Social Studies include Social studies, Christian, Islamic and Hindu education, arts and crafts, and music.
Summative assessments contribute 60 per cent while the two school-based assessments contribute 20 per cent each.
Unlike in the KCPE exams where candidates are rated out of 100 per cent, KPSEA will account for only 40 per cent of the final score.
The other 60 per cent will come from the classroom-based continuous assessment tests conducted in Grades 4, 5 and 6.