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KCSE 2021 Registration Fees breakdown for repeaters Non-citizens

For the past few years the government of Kenya has been paying examination fee for both KCPE and KCSE candidates. However, for  candidates who are sitting their exam for the second time(repeaters) and foreign students they fully incur the total cost of exam.

The examination fee is payed to the official Kenya National Examination Council, KNEC, accounts by school heads. Students are supposed to pay as per the number of subjects he/she will register. This fees is deposited to KNEC accounts, the pay-in slip is then attached to the 2021 Fees Summary sheets.

Read also: Registration Of Candidates For The 2020 KCPE and KCSE; KNEC Guidelines and Deadline

The registration of candidates for the 2020 KCPE, KCSE and KCSE QT examinations will is currently underway and it will end on 15th February, 2020.

Below is a breakdown of the applicable fees for the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, repeaters and non Kenyans.

1 Subject 3,100
2 Subjects 3,500
3 Subjects 3,900
4 subjects 4,300
5 subjects 4,700
6 subjects 5,100
7 subjects 5,500
8 subjects 5,900
9 subjects 6,300


Students who are undertaking project based subjects are expected to pay additional fee to facilitate their projects.

Those taking Home Science pay an additional Kshs200 while those taking Aviation Technology are expected to add Kshs2,500.

Home Science 441 200
Art and Design 442 200
Agriculture 443 200
Woodwork 444 200
Metal Work 445 200
Building Construction 446 200
Power Mechanics 447 500
Electricity 448 500
Drawing and Design 449 200
Aviation Technology 450 2,500
Computer Studies 451 200
French 501 500
German 502 500
Arabic 503 500
Kenya Sign Language 504 500
Music 511 500

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