KCSE 2021/2022 Top 200 candidates nationally; Get the Full List of 2021/22 KCSE Knec Results Top 100 Candidates and their Schools per County and Region HERE at the Official Knec Portal
Knec Portal for KCSE Results : Following the release of the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, commonly known as KCSE 2021-2022 national examination results, the CS Education as is the norm enlists list of KCSE top performing students and their respective schools besides giving credit to the most improved schools and KCSE candidates.
Stay tuned for the live release and coverage of the KCSE 2021-2022 national Examinations any time now and get the full list of KCSE top 100 schools and candidates this year at the official Knec Portal for KCSE and KCPE Results 2021/2022 once the results are officially released at Mtihani House today.
In the 2021 KCSE * of * High School was the top candidate with a straight A of * points According to the official Knec KCSE Results released in April 2022, this is the best candidate nationally.
KCSE Top 100 Schools and Candidates (2020)
Below is a quick recap of the KCSE top 100 candidates and their schools
The 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations were officially released by the Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha. In the 2020 KCSE Simiyu Robinson Wanjala of Muranga High School was the top candidate with a mean score of 87.334 emerged the best candidate nationally.
According to CS Magoha, said a total of 143,140 KCSE 2020 candidates scored the minimum University entry grade of C+ (plus) and above.
The total number of candidates with straight A’s in the 2020 KCSE examinations was 893.
Here is the full list of the top candidates in the 2020 KCSE examinations
S/N Name School Score Mean Grade
1 Simiyu Robinson Wanjala Murang’a High School 87.334 A (plain)
2 Wasonga Allan Udoma Agoro Sare Secondary School 87.173 A (plain)
3 Sharon Chepng’eno Kenya High School 87.173 A (plain)
4 Muriasi Rob Ong’are Alliance High School 87.139 A (plain)
5 Mbugua Esther Washosh Kenya High School 87.113 A (plain)
6 Kipkoech Mark Kogo Alliance High School 87.106 A (plain)
7 Kenneth Oranga Kabsabet High School 87.049 A (plain)
8 Henry Madaga Maranda High School 87,046 A (plain)
9 Chepkorir Patience Kenya High School 87.046 A (plain)
10 Musomba Edith Machakos Girls High School 87.013 A (plain)
How to receive the KCSE 2021/2022 Results
There are various ways of getting your KCSE 2020 results from Knec; after they have been officially announced. These include: Using the Knec SMS Code, visiting the Knec online portal and going to your former school to collect your results.
Getting your KCSE 2021/22 results through the Knec SMS Code 20076.
Getting your KCSE 2021/2022 results through the Knec SMS code remains the fastest way of accessing your results. See how to go about it, below.
Follow these simple steps to access verified KCSE 2021/2022 Results now
Step 1 Go to Messages on your mobile phone and select new message
Step 2 In the new message window, type in your KCSE 2020 index number in full followed by the word ‘KCSE’
Step 3 This is an example of how your index should look like;
Step 4 Check the index number again and if satisfied it is correct, the, send the message to the KNEC Official SMS Code 20076.
Step 5 Wait for the reply from Knec with your full KCSE 2020 results.
Also visit; How to receive KCSE 2020/201 results via KNEC SMS code and download results for all candidates
CHECKING KCSE 2021/2022 RESULTS USING KNEC ONLINE PORTAL
To use this method to check 2021/2022 results you only need to remember your index number and access your mobile phone or computer Here is the procedure:
Visit the Official KNEC website (knec.ac.ke)
Check for the KCSE Results tab, click on it
Select the year you sat for the Exams
Enter your Index number.
Finally click the Submit button.
Your KCSE results should show on the screen after a while.
HOW TO DOWNLOAD KCSE RESULTS FOR WHOLE SCHOOL
Principals can also access the 2021/2022 KCSE results online from the KNEC portal; http://www.knec-portal.ac.ke/ Procedure
Visit the official KNEC schools’ portal by clicking the link above.
To login to the KNEC portal, Insert the User Name and Password which you used during the KCSE 2020/2021 registration.
Once inside the portal, you will see several boxes. First, under the box labelled ‘FROM INDEX’, input the index number of the first candidate (in full) and in the box labelled ‘TO INDEX NUMBER’ input the last candidate’s index Number. Click on ‘VIEW REPORT’.
Wait for the result slips to load. When all the slips are loaded, click on the Menu labeled ‘EXPORT’.
Select the format you would like to export the KCSE Result Slips e.g. ‘WORD’ or ‘PDF’ formats.
The KCSE Result slips will be downloaded to an offline storage in your computer.
You can then print the downloaded result slips. Finally, candidates can check their KCSE 2020 results by visiting their former schools a day after the official release of the exam.