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How To Check KNEC 2024 KPSEA, KCSE Registration Status

The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), has revealed how 2024 Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA), Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) candidates can confirm their registration details.

Head teachers, parents and candidates can now confirm the registration details for 2024 KPSEA, KCPE and KCSE examinations by sending an SMS to 20076. Use this format; (Exam)(Index Number), for example; KCPE36611030002 and send to 20076. You will receive a confirmation message.

Ultimate goal of the confirmation of candidates’ registration details is to avoid ugly situations that have been witnessed in the past where students realized that they were not registered on the examination day.

The exercise is expected to verify all students supposed to sit the national exams scheduled for November and December 2022.

KNEC has already released a timetable for the three national examinations.

The Grade Six learners will be assessed on five subjects. English and mathematics on the first day, integrated science (science and technology, agriculture, home science and physical and health education) and Kiswahili on the second day, and creative arts and social studies on the third day. They also include arts and craft, religious education and music.

On the other hand KPSEA, will commence on November 2024 with a Mathematics paper and end on November 2024 with the Social Studies paper. KPSEA Rehearsal day will take place on  November, 2024.

Preparation for this year’s examinations is at top gear. Last month, the council invited more teachers to train as examiners in selected subjects. KNEC explained that the training was aimed at expanding its database for teachers to be considered during the marking of the.

Confirmation of registration details is a vital process as it enables candidates to ensure that the details given are accurate to mitigate problems such as sitting for subjects one did not wish to undertake among others.

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