Magoha releases KCSE results 2021 in 2022, How to check KCSE 2021 results easily

 

Education CS Prof. George Magoha on KCSE 2022

Today, Saturday, April 23, the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) 2021 results have been announced.



Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha revealed the results at Mitihani House.



There were 831,026 people that signed up for the exam. 



The examinations were supposed to be taken in 2021, but they were postponed owing to the global epidemic, which caused the usual calendar to be altered.



In order to get the results by SMS, applicants should transmit their index numbers to 20076, followed by the initials KCSE (in capital letters).



All mobile networks can use the SMS platform, which costs Ksh25 per candidate.



The results can also be found on the Mitihani website - the KNEC portal

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