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KCPE 2022-2023 Results Check Procedure; How to Check KCPE Results 2022-2023 via SMS and Online

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KCPE 2022-2023 Results Check Procedure; How to Check KCPE Results 2022-2023 via SMS and Online

KCPE 2021-2022 exams end, candidates now start wait for results

The December 2022 KCPE results have been released. Following the official release of the 2022 KCPE results, candidates who sat for the national examination between November 28 and November 30 can now get their results and confirm the score awarded by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) in less than five minutes using the procedure simplified in the table below

KCPE Results in 2022 – How To Check KNEC KCPE Results Via SMS and Online

KCPE Results per Year KCPE 2022-2023 Results Release Date KCPE 2022-2023 SMS Code How to Check KCPE 2022-2023 Results
KCPE 2023 Results By December 2023 Send the message to 20076

 

-Using your mobile phone, access the messages tab.

-Compose a message containing the candidate’s index number followed by the acronym KCPE

-Hit the SEND button to send the message to 20076 (KNEC SMS Code).

-Kindly ensure that you have got a minimum of Kshs 25 irrespective of the mobile service provider you are using be it the famous Safaricom, Telcom, or Airtel,

-Wait for an average time amounting to 5 minutes.

-Knec will display the candidate’s results per subject and the KCPE Mean Mark.

KCPE 2022 (December) Results By December 15, 2022 Send the message to 20076

 

Using your mobile phone, access the messages tab.

-Compose a message containing the candidate’s index number followed by the acronym KCPE

-Hit the SEND button to send the message to 20076 (KNEC SMS Code).

-Kindly ensure that you have got a minimum of Kshs 25 irrespective of the mobile service provider you are using be it the famous Safaricom, Telcom, or Airtel,

-Wait for an average time amounting to 5 minutes.

-Knec will display the candidate’s results per subject and the KCPE Mean Mark.

Education CS Ezekiel Machogu has assured Kenyans of quality examination results following the watertight measures implemented during the administration and marking of the December 2022 KCPE national tests.

Sources at Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) confided in our media team that marking multiple-choice questions has been made easier by acquiring the modern Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) which electronically scores the papers.

Marking of KCPE 2022 Examinations

The OMR is the process of capturing marked data from candidates’ answer sheets using specialized scanning.

The machines work with a dedicated scanning device that shines some light on the paper.

The contrasting reflection at predetermined positions on a page is then used to detect marked areas as they reflect less light than the blank areas of the paper.

With the new machines, scripts are marked in batches of 100 and 200 sheets, unlike the previous technology, which took many hours.

In an earlier interview, former CS Education Professor George Magoha who took his leave in August this year said the old machines the council had been using were nearly 20 years old and had become obsolete.

“This was the reason results for previous years took long to be compiled and eventually released. This means that the 2022 KCPE results will be accurate and precise.

The OMR machines have improved accuracy during marking and reduced human interaction with candidates’ results.

Insiders reveal that the new marking machine was fine-tuned to also speed up the tallying of Kiswahili Insha and English Composition marks, which were previously done manually by examiners.

The two papers are still marked manually. However, tallying of marks is no longer done through physical counts.

Under the OMR machines, the marked scripts are scanned to verify the marks in record time compared to the previous years when tallying was done manually.

After marking the Insha and Composition scripts, the examiners will pass over the papers to the new machine, which will do the electronic tallying of marks in record time.

Besides curbing cheating, examination officials said they are also banking on improved efficiency in marking to release KCPE results earlier than in the past.

The use of OMR is also among other security measures that will improve the accuracy and credibility of the results.

KCPE results: Top Candidates in 2021-2022 KCPE Results; KCPE Top 10 Candidates and Schools as of (March 2022)

Magata Bruce 428 marks (Gilgil Hills Academy)

Ashley Kerubo 427 marks (Makini School)

Charity Buyanzi 426 marks (Holy Family Misikhu)

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