Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Moi Primary Kabarak in shock after top KCPE candidate gets 374

Moi Primary Kabarak School has written a protest letter to the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC). This is after its top KCPE candidate scored 374 marks out of the possible 500.

The Moi Primary Kabarak School is located along the Nakuru-Ravine road in Nakuru County.

“We received the 2023 K.C.P.E. result after the communication by the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Education. However, as a school, we are not satisfied with the result since it does not reflect the ability of a majority of our learners by merit,” a letter addressed by the school to its parents read in part.

“As such, we have appealed to KNEC for review of the same and hope that it will look into the matter and act expeditiously. Thank you for your understanding.”

In the 2023 KCPE exams, a total of 278 candidates were registered at Moi Primary Kabarak.

These candidates were divided into two streams.  The top-performing candidate in the school posted 374 marks. In the second stream, the top pupil scored 344 marks.

This is the second prominent school to protest the  results after an international primary school located in Machakos County posted dismal results for the second year in a row.

Protest as top pupil at international school in Kitengela scores 353 in KCPE

The school’s top candidate was reported by popular lawyer Wahome Thuku as having scored 353 marks out of the possible 500.

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