Are you eager to know how you performed in the 2023 KCPE exams? Well, you don’t have to wait any longer. The results are out and you can check them easily using your phone or computer.
You will need to have your index number ready. This is the unique number that identifies you as a candidate. You can find it on your exam slip or from.
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How to Check your KCPE 2023 Results
- Send an SMS to 40054 with your index number. For example, if your index number is 12345678910, type 12345678910 and send it to 40054.
- You will receive a reply with your results within a few seconds. This service works on all mobile networks in Kenya and costs Ksh. 25 per SMS.
The other option involves accessing the results from the KNEC website
- Option B: Visit the KNEC website at https://www.knec.ac.ke and click on the link for KCPE results. Enter your index number and click on submit. You will see your results on the screen.
- You can also download or print them for future reference.
This year’s national exams have been one of the most eventful we’ve seen in recent years. From cases of irregularities, leakages, and even prosecution of persons purporting to share the examination papers beforehand, teachers getting caught up in the mess, and more.
The tech space even saw some action with Telegram in Kenya being censored and users experiencing downtimes, issues that have since been unofficially attributed to state actors trying to curb the leakages being spread on the platform.
Congratulations to all the candidates who sat for the 2023 KCPE exams. You have completed one of the most important milestones in your education journey. We wish you all the best as you join secondary school and pursue your dreams.
Nov 23, 2023, 14:00: Many candidates and parents are frustrated as they haven’t received their results despite sending the index numbers to the provided shortcode. KNEC officials have said their IT personnel are working hard to resolve the “technical issue”
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