KCSE 2021 Results Out Now; Check Out.


KCSE 2021 Results Out Now; Check Out.

According to a report by the Kenya National Examinations Council the results was to be released by Education cs Prof George Magoha at the KNEC Headquarters.The results for the 2021 KCSE examination was to be released before end of this April 2022.At the moment ,the Cs Magoha is releasing the Kcse 2021.

He mentioned that the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) registered 831,026 candidates for the 2021 KCSE exams.
The 2021 KCSE candidature recorded a larger population as compared to last year. In 2020, 752,602 candidates were registered for the examinations. 78,424 more candidates sat the examinations .

How to Check KCSE Results 2020/2021 via KNEC SMS Code
Immediately after the release of the examinations, results can be obtained by sending an SMS to a given number provided by KNEC in conjunction with mobile operators. The student is required to input the index number in the text and send it to the provided number. Charges are KSHs. 25 per text message and the results are sent back to the number.

There is also an online method where the learners will be required to visit the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) portal and select the online results option under the Secondary schools (KCSE) column. Thereafter, the student is required to log in with their KNEC registration username and password to view their scores.TSC Receives 294.7 Billion Shillings To Hire 5000 More Teachers.

Grading of subjects:
KCSE grading is done subject-wise and thereafter an aggregate grade is taken from all the grades of different subjects. The standard grading system will be used (1 point to 12 points). 1 point is given to the lowest grade (E) and 12 points are given to the highest grade (A).

The KCSE grading system is to be used across all subjects.
The minimum Kenyan university aggregate entry grade set is C+.

However, if this grade is not attained, prospective learners are advised to consult on tertiary education in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET). TVETs offer a wide array of programs and would be wise to consider learning more about their programs by visiting their websites before coming to a final decision. Those who agree to join the Technical Institutes and Colleges in Kenya are expected to join in September 2022.



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