Over 450,000 students who sat their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams will know their fate next Tuesday.
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi will release the results at Mitihani House in Nairobi, where provincial directors of education will collect them for their respective regions.
Candidates will still access their results by logging onto the council’s website www.knec.ac.ke by keying their index numbers, Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) secretary Paul Wasanga has said, adding, results will also be got by sending a text message with the index number to 22252, immediately after Prof Kaimenyi announces the results.
“Upon receipt of the examination results, thoroughly scrutinize the results for correctness and ensure accuracy of the names, index number and gender, school name and code,” read the communiqué.
“Any discrepancy noted on exam results should be communicated to Knec as a query within one month from the date of release of the examination results.”
Those who want their papers remarked should also lodge a complaint within the same period.