Exam rehearsals are scheduled for November 25.
Assessment irregularity in any paper will have their entire subject’s results cancelled.
According to the examinations agency, if widespread irregularities are found in any assessment centre, the entire centre’s results will be cancelled.
Anyone found with assessment materials or knowingly revealing their contents, including candidates, faces a ten-year prison sentence, a Sh2 million fine, or both. This applies whether the offense is verbal or written, to a candidate or not.
The rules state, “The council warns that willfully and maliciously damaging assessment materials will lead to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or a fine not exceeding Sh5 million or both.”
“Imposters not registered to take a Knec assessment who, with intent to impersonate, present or attempt to present themselves as an enrolled candidate will be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or a fine not exceeding two million shillings or both and shall be prohibited from taking an assessment conducted by or on behalf of the Council for three years.”