KNEC will be officially releasing the KCSE 2017 results today 20th December 2017. Below is the Airtel and safaricom sms code for checking results and a procedure of how to get your results through the online portal or downloading your results slip.
Release of the 2017 KCSE exams
The examinations will released by Ministry of Education CS Fred Matiangi accompanied with Kenyan National Examination Council (KENC) Chair George Mogoha among others. The 2017 Results will be released at Nairobi School.
How to get KCSE 2017 results via SMS short code
To get examination results via sms code, candidates can;
- Check there KCSE results via sms by sending their index number through sms to code 22252
- Students can also Get their results in their respective high schools latest a day after release.
How to Check KCSE 2017 results online portal
Candidates can check their results using the KNEC portal by following the procedure below;
- Visit: https://www.knec-portal.ac.ke
- Then Click on the 2018 Results Slip page
- Download your results slip
NOTE: checking results via the KNEC portal will work weeks later after the results have been published. So its good that you use the sms code for prompt and use the portal later.
Top 10 2017 KCSE students nationally.
- Karimi Naomi Kawira- Pangani girls(87.011)
- Sharon chepchumba-moi girls eldoret(86.830)
- Brian Kamau Maina- Alliance Boys (86.757)
- Odero-Lenana Boys(86.561)
- Muutu Harriet-MaryHill Girls
- Brian Ongili- Kanga High (85.944)
- Moraa Mong’na- pangani girls (85.91)
- Mwatate Emily-Pangani Girls
- Wahome sherry- Moi girls Eldoret
How teachers can get KCSE Results for a whole school
Visit the KNEC portal link provided above and login using the school ksce code and its password
Have you had you 2017 KCSE results cancelled? Then check this page on how to appeal for remarking
What next after receiving your KCSE 2017 results?
After you have confirmed or received results do not hurry up into applying for courses that you are not sure about. Take time and go through a number of courses offered by different universities. Only apply for a course that you have passion in. Check our Edulist Page for links to official university website pages.
If you don’t want to wait for government sponsored placement through KUCCPS then you can apply for private sponsored courses (2017 January or March Intake).
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