How to check your KCPE 2022 Results online
2021 knec KCPE 2022 Results Top 100 students & Top 5000 Candidates.2022 KCPE KNEC Results 2022 Top 5000 pupils – National, County, Private Schools Rankings!
- List of Top 10 Candidates KCPE 2021 Released on March 28th 20221. Magata Bruce Mackenzie (Giligil Hills Academy ) 428
2. Momanyi Arshely Kerubo (Makini School) 427
3. Charity Buyanzi (Holy Family) 426
3. Mbugua Wairimu (Emmanuel Academy) 426
3. Muteti Shantel (Kitengela International School) 426
3. Stanley Omondi (Drophine Field Junior School) 426
3. Wekesa Naomi (White Star Academy) 426
3. Kimani Ithan. (Stepping Stone Preparatory School) 426
9. Njeru Joel Nyagua Primary School (425)
9. Dian Rose Natal (Facebeth Academy )- 425
9. Kaberia Emmanuel Munene – 425
9. Emmanuel Kiplangat (Moi Primary Kabarack) – 425
9. George Morris Otieno – 425
Magata Bruce from Gilgil Hills Academy was the Top Candidate in 2021 KCPE Exam WITH 428 Marks.
- 2nd Top Candidate 2021 KCPE 2022 Results – Ashley Kerubo from Makini School Kibos with 427 marks.
- KCSE 2021 – Overall Performance Improved but Highest Marks Reduced. Best Student – 428 Marks.
- SMS Your Index to 20076 Followed by KCPE to Get Your Results
- Last year, Faith Mumo from Kari Mwailu Primary School in Makueni county emerged top with 433 marks.
How to check your KCPE results online
Candidates can check their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education results online.
•The SMS platform is available for all mobile networks and will be charged Sh25 each.
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha on Monday is set to released the highly anticipated 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results.
Candidates, their parents, and guardians can access the results through the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) website, SMS platforms, county education offices and their respective schools.
For the SMS option, the candidates should send their index number, followed by the initials KCPE (in capital letters) to 20076 in order to access the results.
The SMS platform is available for all mobile networks and will be charged Sh25 each.
Students are also advised not to have spacing between the index number and the initials KCPE.
The service was made available immediately after Magoha’s address.
He said the candidates should collect their results from their respective examination centres.
Candidates in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exam can check their results online.
The candidates to access the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) portal and head to the KCPE tab and select the year they sat the national exams and enter their Index number.
Due to the urgency and high demand for the results, the Ministry of Education advises that the platform may experience delays and asked the students to be patient.
This year the council registered 1,225,507 candidates in 28,316 KCPE examination centres as compared to 1,191,752 candidates in 28,467 centres in 2020.This reflects an increase of 33,755 representing 2.75 per cent.