The 2021 KCPE examinations were issued by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha today Monday, March 28.
The CS stated at Mtihani House in Nairobi that the examination achieved gender equity, with boys scoring 50.28 percent and girls scoring 49.72 percent.
He went on to say that six papers saw an increase in exam results when compared to the 2020 exams. English and composition, Science, Kiswahili and Insha, Social Studies, and Kenya sign language composition are only a few of them.
In comparison to the 2020 exams, three papers, Mathematics, English Language, and Religious Studies, saw a decrease.
You can now easily get your KCPE results through Knec SMS code or download online.
(1) . Using a KNEC portal on the internet
To utilize this approach to verify the results for 2021/2022, you simply need to remember your index number and have access to a mobile phone or computer.
How to do it is as follows:
a) Visit the official website of the KNEC (knec.ac.ke)
b) Find the KCPE Results tab and click on it.
c)Select the exam year.
c) Enter your Index number in the appropriate field.
e) Click the Submit button at the bottom of the page.
(2). Use the KNEC SMS code 20076 to send a text message.
Send an SMS from Safaricom, Airtel, or Telcom to 20076 with the Index Number followed by the initials KCPE to check the KCPE class of 2021-2022 results
Here is also a list of the KCPE top 10 candidates nationally.
1. Magata Bruce Mckenzie – Gilgil Hills Academy – 428 marks
2. Momanyi Ashley Kerubo – Makini School – 427 marks
3. Kuoma Charity Buyanzi -Holy Family Misikhu Girls Primary School- 426 marks
4. Mbugua Sharon Wairimu – Emmanuel Springs – 426 marks
5.Muteti Shantel Ndinda – Kitengela International School – 426 marks
6. Stanley Otieno Omondi – Rofin Field Junior School – 426 marks
7. Wekesa Naomi – Whitestar Academy – 426 marks
8. Kimani Ethan Karuga – Stepping Stones Preparatory – 426 marks
9. Njeru Joel Musyoka – Nyagwa Primary – 425 marks
10. Muriuki Victor – PCEA Mwimbi Boarding Primary school- 425 marks
11. Diana Rose Natola – Fesbeth Kakamega – 425 marks
12. Kaderia Emmanuel Munene – New Bambini – 425 marks
13. Emmanuel Kiplagat Ngetich – Moi Kabarak – 425 marks
14. George Morris Otieno – Hill School – 425 marks
Prior to earlier speculations, the CS emphasized that his Ministry had conducted a perfect examination campaign with no leakage.
He did say, though, that the malpractice cases that had been discovered will be dealt with in the following weeks.
This year’s KCPE is the last examination being released under the Jubilee administration, a regime that has seen a six-year run of the cleanest and flawless national examination campaign,” he noted.