Form Four candidates will sit their first examination on February 28, 2022, with the final examination expected to be on March 31, 2022.
Before the beginning of the examination, all KCSE candidates will be required to ready themselves in undertaking rehearsals which will be held on Friday, February 25, 2022.
All schools are advised to upload marks for subjects with a project component by October 30, 2021, for Milestone 1. The deadline for Milestone 2 uploading of the project examination marks is set on January 31, 2022.
On Monday, February 28, 2022, candidates who took classes in Arabic orals, Kenyan sign language, French, and German will be expected to sit their first examination which will run until Friday, March 4, 2022.
The 2021 KCSE candidates are set to sit the English Paper One (Functional Skills) and Chemistry Paper One on Monday, March 14, 2022.
On Tuesday, March 15, candidates will sit their Mathematics Paper One and English Paper Two (Comprehension, Literary Appreciation, and Grammar). English Paper Three, Chemistry Paper Two, and General Science Paper One will be done the following day, on Wednesday, March 16.
The candidates will sit for their Kiswahili Papers One and Two on Thursday, March 17 followed by Chemistry examination practicals which will be done on Friday, March 18.
On Monday, March 21, students will sit Mathematics Paper Two and Biology Paper One. Religious papers including Christian Religious Education, Hindu, and Islamic Religious Education examinations will be done on March 22.
History Paper Two will be tackled on Thursday, March 24, followed by Biology practicals which will be done on Friday 25.
In the final week, candidates will sit the General Science Paper, Geography Paper One, Physics Paper One, on Monday, March 28. Agriculture and Business Paper One will be tackled on Tuesday, March 29.
Candidates will sit their Physics and Geography Paper Two on Wednesday, March 30. Those who are scheduled to sit for the Business Paper Two and Agriculture Paper Two will do so on Thursday, March 31 – marking the end of the examinations which will take roughly two months to complete.