National KCSE Results out on 23RD April 2022. Get Results for All Secondary Schools in pdf format.

KCSE 2021/2022 Exam Results- The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results have been released today. Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha released the results after briefing the president on the results. It is important to note that the marking of the KCSE 2022 exams started on 21st March 2022 and was completed successfully. CS George Magoha released KCSE results today 23rd April 2022 at KNEC headquarters.

Download KCSE Results 2021 – 2022 for all Kenyan Secondary Schools.

According to the education CS Prof George Magoha, 831,026 KCSE candidates who began sitting their national exams on Monday 14/03/2022 and ended on Friday 1st April 2022 get their results today on 23RD April 2022 immediately after officially being released at mitihani house.

The marking of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations in 35 locations ended on 15th April 2022. Marking took place at Alliance High School, State House Girls, Sunshine High School, Starehe Girls, Limuru Girls, Thika High, Buruburu High School, Alliance Girls, Murang’a TTC, Moi Forces Academy (Nairobi), Upper Hill High, Loreto Girls, St. Georges High, Lang’ata High, Kenya High, Moi Girls Isinya, and Lenana School among others.

Candidates can check their exam results immediately after they are released. For only Kes 100 you can check KCSE Results for all Kenyan Secondary Schools (class of 2021/2022) KCSE results released today 04/23/2022 in pdf format which will be sent to your WhatsApp number or your Gmail email. 

Procedure to Get KCSE Results for All Secondary Schools in Kenya in pdf format in WhatsApp or Gmail:

  • Go to Lipa na Mpesa, Enter paybill no: 625625
  • Enter Account number: 01503202407500
  • Enter Amount Kes 100
  • Enter Pin, then OK
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2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education-KCSE national exams officially kicked off in early March with candidates taking technical subjects such as Home Science taking their practicals.

Unlike in  2020, the 2021 KCSE Candidature went up this year by 10.42 percent. In 2020 KCSE, 752, 602 candidates registered for the final summative tests.

The new  KNEC CEO Dr. David Njeng’ere said that  adequate plans were been put in place to ensure safety nets for the proper administration of the 2021 KCSE exams between March and April 2022., that’s gone as planned success.

The Knec examinations council trained more examiners recently in English, Kiswahili, Biology, Chemistry, Agriculture, CRE, History, and Government to help speed up the process of marking and awarding marks to 2021 KCSE candidates.

The ministry of education advises parents teachers and pupils to check the KCSE results and KCSE result slips for any anomaly such as incorrect candidate’s name, school name, and code as well as wrong subject grade and report to KNEC within a month after the KCSE results announcement.

University Education PS Simon Nabukwesi had previously said the candidates will join the university in June.

He said those who will be enrolled in colleges and vocational institutes will report in September.

The learners had until April 1 to select courses via the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement portal.

This will give parents only one month to prepare for the learners’ enrolment.