Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has said examiners under the Kenya National Council of Examination (KNEC) had embarked on marking Insha and Composition exams administered under the Kiswahili and English paper respectively.
While overseeing the exam distribution today morning in Kisumu, Mr. Magoha said the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results will be ready in two weeks.
However in an unfortunate case, a student was denied sitting for part of the examination and was forced to go home.
The education CS Magoha said that justice will be done to allow the learner to be graded for the exams despite him missing Insha and Composition exams.
He further added that this year a few rules will be bent considering the critical state of the conditions underlying during the examination period.
This is after stating that cheating cases will be handled after the examination period is over.
Once the results have been released, primary schools will be able to download them online through KNEC Portal.
However, results will be posted in the portal a day after they have been released.