Kcse Result Slip 2017 Download – Knec Examinations
The Kcse examination Results 2017 has been released. 2017 Kcse candidates can Download their Result Slip Online through Knec Portal website. Download Result Slip through Mobile sms by sending your Index Number to 22252.
Kcse Results 2017
Number of As increased to 142 in 2017 from 141 in 2016.
A minuses reduced to 2,714 from 4,645 in 2016.
Pangani Girls, Nairobi, is the most improved school as Alliance Girls and Kenya High shine.
Knec withholds results for 10 schools pending investigations; candidates to know their fate on January 18.
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Kcse is taken at the completion of Secondary Education after the award of Certificate and result slip.
First Kcse exam was held in 1989. Kcse Certificate is the entry requirement to Kenyan universities. KCSE candidates had to sit for a minimum of ten subjects but have been reviewed twice, and the minimum number of subjects is now seven.
Kcse Result Slip Sublects
|Compulsory subjects||Group two||Group three||Group four||Group five|
|English, Swahili, Mathematics||Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Biological Science (taken by blind candidates)||History and Government, Geography, Christian Religious Education, Islamic Religious Education and Hindu Religious Education||Home Science, Art and Design, Agriculture, Computer Studies, Aviation||French, German, Arabic, Music, Business Studies|
For Result slip and Certificate grading, candidates must take all the three compulsory subjects, at least two sciences, one humanities and at least one practical or technical subject
The examination is taken over October and November, and the results and Result slips are released after the completion of marking within two months.
Examination results are announced to the public by the Minister for Education
Kcse Result Slip Examination Grading
The Kcse examination result is the entrance to public and private universities in Kenya. The Kcse pass mark is grade C+ for a candidate to take Undergraduate course. Students who score a lower mark than C+ join other tertiary institutions for non-degree courses. Students sit for Kcse examinations after four years of the Secondary School Course.