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27 May 2011
Today is the deadline for KCPE and KCSE candidates to confirm registration details.
The National Examinations Council says candidates, teachers, parents and guardians should check to ensure the registration details are correct and edit errors to avoid getting locked out of exam.
KNEC has sent the Nominal Rolls to schools for final verification as they prepare thousands of students to sit for the national exams towards the end of the year.