Check KCSE Results Via SMS and Online Guide

By | September 22, 2021

You are at the right place if you are looking for a complete guide to the KCSE results online and via SMS
How to Check KCSE Result for both Online and SMS

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How to Check KCSE Results online via KNEC Login Portal
Step 1. Visit the official KNEC Portal:
Step 2. Complete the required fields with your exam index number, exams year and type of exams
Step 3. Submit.
Step 4. The Result displays for you to view/download.

How to Check KCSE Results via SMS
For you to access your KCSE result via SMS, you must follow the guide below to be able to access the result.
You can access KCSE results via SMS using Safaricom, Airtel or Orange network with a token of charges.
Send SMS with your <<Index Number>> to 22252
Send SMS with your <<05324101001>> to 22252
Example: 05324101001 (SEND to 22252)

While announcing the results on Monday, May 10, Magoha noted that for the students to access their results, they will be required to send an SMS message to [20076] with the candidate’s index number followed by KCSE (In capital letters).

The CS also directed that there should be no spacing after the index number’s last number and the initials KCSE.

The service is available for all three network providers in the country Safaricom, Airtel and Telkom.

The cost of each SMS is Ksh 25.

Due to the urgency and high demand for the results, sometimes the platform has delays and patience is required.

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To check KCSE results online, candidates are also advised to go to the Kenya National Examinations Council portal, click on the KCSE results tab, look for the year you sat for the exam and enter your Index number.

The results should show on the resultant screen after you click submit.

The advantage of getting the results through the Knec portal is one can print the online results.

In case one needs more information, one can contact the KNEC helpline at 0800724900.

The paper, which was among the most challenging in the Ministry of Education’s history, was sat by over 700,000 candidates beginning in March.

The marking of the examination was concluded on Friday, May 7, and took an estimated three-week period.

Candidates have been waiting for the results with bated breath and anxiety following the circumstances under the tests were administered. 

However, the results are only provisional because the Ministry of Education requires candidates to pick the results from their respective examination centres.