KASNEB May Examination Results, Remarking and November Exams

KASNEB May Examination Results, Review of Marking and November Exam registration Deadline

KASNEB wishes to inform the candidates who sat the May 2016 Diploma Examinations that the examinations results have been released and can be accessed through SMS or the KASNEB website as detailed below.
1. Access through SMS (Safaricom and Airtel subscribers only)
Candidates should send their KASNEB registration number on SMS to 20558. Example: ATD/87061 where ATD/87061 is the registration number of the candidate. The SMS service is charged a premium rate of Sh.10 per sms.
2. Access through KASNEB  student portal http://online.kasneb.or.ke)

Candidates who have not yet created an account on the student portal are advised to create an account in order to access their examination results. The candidates should follow the steps listed below:

(i) On the website, click on the student login link then choose the student icon or proceed to click the student icon if you use the direct link to the student portal.

(ii) Click on create account and select whether you have Student Registration Number or not then proceed to provide names, preferred email address and a strong password (which will be used for future access to self information) and click save.

(iii) Provide the email address and password used when creating the account and click unlock to login in.

(iv) Select the “Registration Details” tab.

(v) Access the “Course Choice” tab.

(vi) Select the examination from the dropdown box, click on the “Yes” checkbox then provide the registration number without the prefix (e.g. if your registration number is ATD/87061, provide 87061 as the registration number) and click save.

(vii) Select the “Examination Results” tab.

viii) Click on “print” to print the pdf version or “Send to email” to send to your email

   Candidates who already have an account should proceed from step (iii) above.



Candidates are advised that result notifications will be sent to all candidates by post  using the contact address provided by candidates. You are advised to promptly inform KASNEB in writing in case of change in your address.

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Candidates who sat the May 2016 examinations should enter the November 2016 examinations by paying the annual registration renewal fees, examination entry fees, exemption fees (where applicable) and other related charges as appropriate by   Monday, 15 August 2016.

The candidates should note the following:

(a)   Copies of result notifications ARE NOT required when paying fees for the
examinations. The candidates should therefore enter the November 2016
examinations immediately upon confirmation of the results through sms or

(b) Candidates SHOULD AVOID rushing to pay fees on the deadline/closing

(c)   Fees should be paid through the KASNEB Fee Collection Accounts at the
banks or through postapay at the Huduma centres as shown below:

         (i) Payment through bank fee collection accounts:

National Bank of Kenya Ltd. (NBK): 01001031572601
Equity Bank Ltd:                         0170299238025
Kenya Post Office Savings Bank (Postbank): 0744130009246
Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd:           01129128535900

(d) Candidates who are unable to pay the fees by the normal deadline for  examination entry on Monday, 15 August 2016 may still enter the November 2016 examinations by paying late examination entry fees on or before Friday, 30 September 2016.


Any appeals for review of marking should be submitted on the official form (available for download on the KASNEB website) so as to reach KASNEB on or before Monday, 25 July 2016. The form should be submitted together with evidence of payment of the appropriate fee such as official receipt or bank deposit slip. Candidates are advised that appeals received after the above deadline will not
be considered.


Examination entry forms may be obtained from the following sources:
(i) Download from the KASNEB website (www.kasneb.or.ke).
(ii) Training institutions offering KASNEB courses.
(iii) Kenya National Library Service branches countywide.
(iv) KASNEB Headquarters, Upper Hill, Nairobi.
(v) KASNEB Huduma Centres.


Source: The Above info was obtained from KASNEB as it is. (Feature photo by quotesgram.com)

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