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Confusion as KCSE Student Checks His Result in the Morning, Initially Scoring A-, Ends Up Checking Again in the Evening Only to Find Out the Results Have Changed to B+

by Paul Nyongesa
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Parents and students from various schools have found themselves in a state of uncertainty after receiving different examination results through the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) website.

Following the announcement of the exam results on Monday, January 8, 2024, at 4 a.m., the Minister of Education, Ezekiel Machogu, directed parents to access the complete results on the KNEC website.

Many students were able to view their results in the morning despite the website later experiencing technical issues due to high traffic.

However, by the evening, it became apparent that these results had changed.

A Kenya High School candidate, whose name we withhold for legal reasons, initially told Taifa Leo that he  received an A- when checking the results in the morning with their parent.

Later in the evening, upon rechecking, it was discovered that the grades had entirely changed to B+.

The subjects that appeared to have altered grades were Kiswahili and Mathematics, initially showing B+ and A- respectively in the morning but changing to B- and B plain later in the day.

In another case at Nairobi School, a similar scenario unfolded. In the morning, the candidate found a B plain, but upon later review, the grade had been reduced to B-. Similar discrepancies were observed in Kiswahili and Mathematics, where the initial grades were A- and C+, but were later adjusted to B plain and C plain.

This situation has raised questions and concerns among candidates, parents, and stakeholders in general, as the cause of these unusual changes remains unknown.

According to a source in Kenya High School, who wished to remain anonymous due to a lack of authorization to speak to the media, they are closely monitoring the situation with the Ministry of Education, hoping that the initial grades will be maintained.

Simultaneously, the school has recorded an improvement in its overall results, achieving A in 36 subjects, A- in 118, B+ in 106, B in 65, and B- in 42 subjects.

 

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