KCSE Results 2016 Release date
The KCSE Results 2016 will finally be released before the end of this year or before the Christmas day by the Education CS Dr. Fred Matiang’i. These exams that were sat this year have been marked as one of the most credible since the tight rules and security that were put in place by the Education CS Fred Matiang’i and the KNEC Chair former University of Nairobi Vice-Chancellor Prof George Magoha.
How to Check KCSE Results 2016 online
If the Parents and students want to check their results online, they should follow this link to access the KNEC Portal ….. Search your KCSE results 2016 and use your Index number
How to check KCSE Results 2016 via SMS
To receive the results via SMS just send an SMS with your Index Number to 22252 for Safaricom, Airtel and Orange networks. The feedback may take a few minutes to arrive due to the high number of requests being made at that particular time.
How to Download and print the KCSE 2016 Result Slip
- Just Visit www.knec-portal.ac.ke
- On the right side under the ‘Secondary Schools KCSE’ click on the Confirm results 2016
- Put your index number
- Select the year
- Click find
- Once you view your results press “CTRL + P’ to print the provisional result slip
How to check KCSE Results 2016 Online video tutorial
KCSE results 2016 per county, Top Schools, Top Candidates, Ranking
There will be no ranking of schools in 2016. A law for ranking was passed in October 2016 but there was legislation required to effect that which the Education Ministry has not yet legislated upon. From next year ranking will come back.
KNEC official website www.knec-portal.ac.ke
The www.knec-portal.ac.ke is the official portal for the KNEC website.
Here where all online KCSE and KCPE Registrations and Confirmation, result slip download, Principals portal and performance analysis are done.
KCSE Results 2016 remarking
The Kenya National Examinations Council – KNEC is accepting requests to remark any subject any candidate may have doubts with for KCSE results 2016. This is if the candidate feels that the results got did not reflect what was expected.
KCSE Results 2016 remarking procedure
- The candidate should submit the request for remarking within 30 (Thirty) Days after the date the results were released. This remarking will attract a fee of Ksh. 1000.
- Remarking of scripts may be undertaken by the Council at the written request of the headteachers who presented the candidate.
- Requests for remarking from a private candidate shall be channeled through the Provincial Directors of Education or the District Education Officers of the Ministry of Education or the candidate presenting himself/herself physically at Mitihani House, KNEC Headquarters where one will need to fill a form.
- The Council shall undertake to remark scripts only after satisfactory reasons are given by the requesting headteacher justifying the remarking of scripts for a candidate whose results have already been issued.
- The Council may reject any request for remarking where in its opinion, a strong case for the same has not been established.
KCSE Results 2016 Cheating cases in exams
In the year 2016 there were no cases of cheating in the KCSE Exams. This, it was said can be attributed to the excellent coordination between the Education Ministry, the TSC, School Principals and Head Masters, Invigilators, Security officials, teachers and students.
Funny Video about students who did not perform well in KCSE Results 2016
KCSE RESULTS 2015
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results for 2015 have been released.
While launching the results on Thursday morning, Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i said there was an “unprecedented” 70 per cent rise in cases of exam irregularities.
He said more than 5,000 individual results have been cancelled, up from 2975 cases recorded in the previous year.
All counties had cases of exam irregularities, except Isiolo County. The highest number of cases were recorded in three counties, namely Nairobi, Makueni and Meru, he said.
In a departure from tradition, Dr Matiang’i said the government had decided not to cancel results for entire schools, but only for those involved in cheating so that they can take individual responsibility.
The 2015 candidates can check their results through their mobile phones by sending a text message with their index numbers to 22252.
According to Dr Matiang’i, the report on the 2015 KCSE examinations contains “much more detailed information” than previous years.
The Cabinet Secretary will be holding a briefing later Thursday afternoon where he will field questions from the media and give more details on the results.
CANDIDATES WHO SAT EXAM
A total of 525,802 sat their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams last year.
This is an 8.3 per cent increase from 485,547 the previous year.
On Tuesday, the Senate Committee on Education said it was concerned about the results, given the massive irregularities reported during the examinations.
“The examination was characterised by a lot of cheating. We saw it, heard about it and read about it,” said committee chairman Daniel Karaba during a meeting with Dr Matiang’i on Tuesday.
However, Dr Matiang’i declined to discuss the results, saying the senators should wait until today to hear what the ministry plans to do to end the cheating.
KCSE Results 2015 – How to check KCSE results 2015 Online
The KCSE results 2015 can be viewed from this link ….. Search your KCSE Results 2015. Enter your Index number. Not the number that you were issued during exam time but the actual Index number that was issued to you during KCSE registration (Results will be available on the website as from April, 2016)
School Headmasters can access to the KCSE registration and results portal from this link KNEC PORTAL
Watch below a video tutorial explaining how to check 2015 KCSE results Online
This is how to check KCSE results 2015 Online, via SMS
To check your KCSE 2015 results by SMS send an SMS with your Index Number to 22252 for Safaricom, Airtel and Orange networks.
To news regarding results for KCSE 2015 results online, go to the K.N.E.C website: http://www.knec.ac.ke/
However, schools will not be ranked this year as it was the case in 2015 because the ranking was banned by the Former Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi.
There might be issues with the results following the month long teachers strike during the month of September, 2015. The candidates claim they were ill prepared for the examination.
Some schools had not yet completed the syllabus and most schools in the counties of Mandera, Wajir and Garissa did not even open in the whole of the year 2015.
Since the Case of Kenya National Union of Teachers KNUT and KUPPET vs The Teachers Service Commission TSC is still pending in court, we are yet to know if the Form 1 selection / intake will take place smoothly or the 2016 academic year will begin with a false start.