Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams will start on November 4.
Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) will start on October 28, this is according to the Kenya National and Examination Council who released the timetable on Saturday.
Class eight candidates will begin their exams with the mathematics paper and finish on October 31, with the Social Studies and Religious Education paper.
Form four candidates will have their last paper on November 27.
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The assessment of KCSE practical subjects will be done next month. Students who take the practical subjects such as agriculture, art and design, home science and woodwork started their projects in January.
Students taking foreign languages such as French and Germany will take their oral exams between October 21 and October 25.
Knec also warned the students against engaging in cheating saying the repercussions will be dire.
“Anybody who gains access to and leaks the examination contents could face a prison term not exceeding 10 years, or a fine not exceeding Sh2 million or both,” Knec said.
According to regulations, if there is evidence of irregularities in an exam centre, the exam results for the whole centre will be cancelled.