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A Guide to Composition Writing PDF Print E-mail

By: James Nguri Njuguna

Composition writing is an important component in the KCPE examination Primary English Paper. In fact it constitutes over 40% of what a candidate gets in the English paper. [..]

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Common Challenges in Composition Writing PDF Print E-mail

By: James Nguri Njuguna

In my experience as a teacher of English, I have come across many primary school pupils who have wonderful ideas which show a lot of creativity.[..]

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Tips on How to Study Well PDF Print E-mail

By: Isaac G. Gitogo

It is unfortunate that we are producing learners who are too dependent on their teachers. They are being instructed on what to do in almost every learning activity leaving little room for making their independent decisions on learning. [..]

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Tips on Making a Personal Time Table PDF Print E-mail

By: Isaac G. Gitogo:

As a rule, successful study begins with a good study plan also referred to as a study time table. A good study time table balances well all the subjects a candidate intends to study. [..]

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KCPE Difficult Questions Area PDF Print E-mail

 

What differentiates a top performer from an average one in any examination is that a top performer is able to answer correctly the questions an average performer finds difficult. Make an average performer aware of and prepare adequately for such questions and you make him/her a top performer. Our web site is precisely geared for that. Through research on the Kenya National Examination analysis of the KCPE examination results, we have identified the KCPE examination items that candidates have found difficult over the years. These are question items that had less than 50% of the candidates (Mathematics 40%) answering them correctly according to the analysis done by Kenya National Examination council.

Such question items, according to our research, are at times repeated in subsequent examinations. For instance, the Mathematics test item below has been repeated three times in the last seven years.

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