KCSE, KCPE REGISTRATION FEE WAIVED FOR ALL CANDIDATES; FRESH, REPEATERS, NON-CITIZENS, PRISON AND PRIVATE CANDIDATES
The Kenyan Government has announced a registration fee waiver for all KCSE and KCPE candidates.
This, therefore, means that candidates will benefit from free registration for the two national examinations.
This is after the Government allocated Kshs 4 billion for the KNEC examination fee waiver for form four and class eight learners in Kenya.
KNEC Examination fee for candidates
The government currently meets the cost of KCSE and KCPE for all candidates in private and public schools except repeaters, non-citizens, prison candidates, and private candidates.
Below is a breakdown of the applicable fees for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, repeaters, and non-Kenyans.
|NO. OF SUBJECTS
KCSE REGISTRATION FEES FOR PROJECT-BASED SUBJECTS
KCSE candidates taking Agriculture, Woodwork, Art and Design, Home Science and other project-based subjects are required to pay an additional fee to facilitate their projects.
Those taking Agriculture & Home Science usually pay Kshs 200 whereas those taking Aviation Technology pay up to Kshs 2, 500.
BELOW IS THE BREAKDOWN OF KNEC’S CHARGES/ FEE FOR STUDENTS TAKING PROJECT-BASED SUBJECTS
|SUBJECT NAME||SUBJECT CODE||FEES PAYABLE
|Art and Design||442||200|
|Drawing and Design||449||200|
|Kenya Sign Language||504||500|
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