The recently ended KCSE result has been long waited by the students for now about one month.
This is followed by the fear alongside the rumour that had hit news headlines that most candidates were to garner little marks for the exams this year.
Even so, some of the candidates to the national exam 2021 had some guts left with them, with the faith that results would be positive enough to sail them safely to the next level of education.
Today 23rd of April, the cabinet secretary for education doctor George magoha released the long awaited KCSE results.
The faces of many Kenyans has been seen glittering with joy as most candidates managed to score high marks. This means that most candidates will again join tertiary institutions this year.
To know your KCSE results, simply check on the official knec website against your log in details i.e full index number with the centre code or send a short sms of your index number and centre code to 20076. Each sms costs 25 Kenya shillings. This applies on standard charges to any network operator/subscriber.
Some institutions have really set the top beautiful scores with their candidates shining high with necks turning tall in the KCSE results.
Such institutions include Mangu school. Most top students came from this school. The first candidate had a mean grade of an A plain of 87 points.
For this year, we are likely to have a good number of students joining giant courses like medicine, engineering and law.
For the interest of clearly the rumour that had initially spread across the nation, the CS never mentioned anything to do with increasing entry behaviour for students joining university.
This means that the previous cut off mark of C+ still stands to be a reference for this year once again.
All stakeholders have wished the 2021 candidates good luck.
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