kcse past papers

Free kcse past papers will help to to revise for you kenya certificate of secondary examination. KCSE is an acronym for Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education. This is an examination taken at the completion of Secondary School Education in Kenya under a system called 8-4-4 ; that is, eight years of primary school education followed by four years in secondary school then 4 years in tertiary level of education, the University.

The prerequisite to KCSE is KCPE an abbreviation for Kenya Certificate of Primary Education that is sat at the end of 8 years of primary school education in Kenya. One has to pass with an average of 250 marks out of the total of 500 marks to gain entry to four years of secondary school education. Subjects taken together with their codes are as listed below.

101 English Kcse Mock Past Papers
102 Kiswahili Kcse Mock Past Papers
121 Mathematics Kcse Mock Past Papers
231 Biology Kcse Mock Past Papers
232 Physics Kcse Mock Past Papers
233 Chemistry Kcse Mock Past Papers
311 History and Govt Kcse Mock Past Papers
312 Geography Kcse Mock Past Papers
313 C.R.E. Kcse Mock Past Papers
314 I.R.E. Kcse Mock Past Papers
441 Home Science Kcse Mock Past Papers
441 Woodwork Kcse Mock Past Papers
442 Art and Design Kcse Mock Past Papers
443 Agriculture Kcse Mock Past Papers
448 Electricity Kcse Mock Past Papers
451 Computer Studies Kcse Mock Past Papers
501 French Kcse Mock Past Papers
502 German Kcse Mock Past Papers
511 Music Kcse Mock Past Papers
565 Business Studies Kcse Mock Past Papers

For grading, the KCSE, 7 subjects count. One takes three compulsory subjects, namely Mathematics, English and Kiswahili, at least two science subjects, one humanity and at least one technical subject. The Kenya National Examination Council sets, dispatches and marks the examination. Depending on performance for the different disciplines, the council would deem it fit to re-adjust this grading for different subjects. The KCSE examinations are taken under very strict supervision to avoid cheating. The exams take a period of about one month. The Kenya National Examinations Council penalizes any cases of dishonesty or cheating by canceling the results for the subject in question.



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