KENYANS ARE 'DYING' LOOKING FOR 2016 KCSE AND KCPE LEAKAGE
Despite stringent rules and regulations from the cabinet secretary Dr. Matiang'i to curb exam cheating, Kenyans are busy looking for the examination leakage. With some as young as STD 8 kids still applying every effort to get it.
Regarding the nature of this business of selling revision papers online, we normally get phone calls from students, teachers and parents looking for exam leakages and the type of people who mostly call, will worry you - Standard 8 Kids are the majority of those people looking for the leakage - this should worry any person who has the love of this country in heart. Our society is infested with a disease and what we may call the future of our nation is the most suffering.
If as a society we can't come together and support Mr. Matiang'i in knocking some sense to the education sector and train our children not to expect free things and that everything good is worked for and train them to be honest, we will ruin this country for good.
There are theories still existing out there and believes that some mocks were set from exams leakage, Its what we hear people ask and believe strongly that they have leakages. These are Mocks from top national schools and their premocks, cekenas, kassu, Kenya national examinations test for kcpe exams and world media (we have no evidence that they have leakages but most people believe so).
Whatever that may be, we as a society are ruining our own education and Kenyan education will soon be valueless even in failed states like Somalia and our certificates will just be pieces of papers.
The number of students who score A every year has been on the increase but does this change have any impact in the society? the answer is no. Kenya produces millions of half baked graduates every decade which is more of a liability than an asset.
We shouldn't be taking education as a matter of life or death just as somebody said:
Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten. ~ B. F. Skinner
The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education. ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
One of the fundamental challenges facing Kenyan education in our lifetime is wastage of time and resources, lack of innovative and creative minds that can drive a unifying agenda to improve the living standards of our society.
We have prepared for you an innovative approach to utilize the power of audio learning using our locally available materials for preparation.
This idea is powerful for the young generations with gadgets which they don't use add value to their lives.
Its a one million dollar solution of making use of mobile technology to enhance audio learning for our children and other scholars
The recent move by the
Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) signals the Government's
resolve to restore the integrity of national examinations. After
dissolving the previous board and putting in place a new team to clean
up the mess at the council, the new team has moved to scrap the already
prepared exams and start afresh
A part from giving itself full control of the process, the move bestows all the responsibility to guard the exams on the new team since they will not have an excuse that the exams were prepared by a different team.
Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2000199579/good-move-on-exams
While some individuals may have a great deal of confidence in their
ability to pass an examination with minimal study, most people want to
prepare as best they can for an upcoming exam. For decades, the standard
approach to exam prep was taking a classroom-based course or buying a
book of sample exams. Eventually, computer-based preparation became the
standard and paved the way for mobile learning options, which are very
How To Use Mobile Technology For Exam Prep
Why are mobile options for exam prep becoming so popular? One reason
is convenience. While some people may be able to set aside several hours
each day for intensive study, others have to grab study time when they
can. For these people, being able to study while commuting, having
lunch, or on a treadmill is a life (and career) saver. Mobile learning
technology makes it possible.
Below are some of the ways that people can prepare for exams via mobile technology: click here ...
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