KCSE 2020 results
The education CS George Magoha just announced the KCSE 2020 results.
The examinations which were done by late April 2021, came out late because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Normally, the exams would be done between October and November, and then released before the beginning of the new year.
Due to the unexpected pandemic, Students had to stay home for a long six month period. The classes were then resumed in late 2020 with a small window allocated to the preparation of the KCSE national examinations.
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How do I check for my KCSE results?
The SMS method.
You’ll have to wait for The CS George Magoha to release the results.
To check for the results you’ll simply have to:
- Make sure you have Shs 25 which is the normal cost for checking for results through SMS.
- Send index number of the candidate to the number 20076. This is the same for all Kenyan networks that are: Safaricom. Airtel and Telkom.
- Please note the SMS pricing is the same for all networks.
The Website method
The other way to check on examination results is through the KNEC website.
The Website is normally easily accessible but as of now is heavily crowded due to the huge number of candidates trying to find out their KCSE examination results.
The KNEC website is however the best platform for school leaders such as principals who want to get a result list for their entire institution.
How to check on the KNEC website for KCSE 2020 results:
- Open www.knec.ac.ke
- Click on the results tab area.
- Select your year of examination in this case it is 2020.
- Enter your KCSE index number.
- Submit your details.
- Wait for the server to fetch your details and the results should be displayed in the next tab.
After receiving results, the next process is checking up on college and university admissions, to learn how to do so click here.
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