Learn about KCSE 2023 Qualifying Test Examination registration of candidates, dates, deadlines, forms, and requirements.
KNEC on KCSE 2023 Qualifying Test Examination Dates
The registration of candidates for the 2023 KCSE Qualifying test examinations will start from February 1, 2023, and end on March 30, 2023
KCSE 2023 Qualifying Test Registration Fee
The KCSE Qualifying Test registration fee is Kes. 3000/=(three thousand) per candidate. The fees should be deposited in the KNEC KCSE fees collection accounts in either National Bank, Kenya Commercial Bank, Co-operative Bank or Equity Bank.
How to Register for KCSE 2023 Qualifying Test Examination
Registration of candidates for KCSE 2023 qualifying should be done at the Sub County Director of Education office (SCDE).
All the registered candidates will be hosted at the County Director of Education headquarters during the administration of the examination.
Heads of institutions shall be required to ensure that all candidates with foreign certificates are registered for Qualifying Test a year before they are due to register for KCSE.
Documents required for KCSE Qualifying Test registration
- A copy of the original KCPE certificate;
- Copy of letter of Equation from KNEC for all candidates holding a foreign primary education certificate. Please note that the equation letter is obtained from the KNEC Archives office at New Mitihani House South C, Mombasa Road;
- A passport-size photograph in a CD (300 x300pixes) ; 7.4.4 Certified bank deposit slip of Kes. 3,000/= per candidate;
- Candidates without the requisite registration documents should not be registered.
Candidates required to sit for KCSE Qualifying Test Examination
All prospective 2023 KCSE candidates with CPE certificates;
All candidates who failed the previous Qualifying Test and wish to register for the 2023 KCSE examination;
All 2023 form three (3) students wishing to register for the 2023 KCSE examination but hold foreign primary education certificates that aren’t equivalent to KCPE.
All the above categories of students must have a minimum of three (3 ) years of secondary education or have been out of school for three years after sitting for their Primary examination.
NOTE: There will be no late registration of candidates.
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