Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu will today, Monday January 8, release the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results from Moi Girls Eldoret.
CS Machogu announced on Sunday that parents, teachers, and candidates would access their examination results after he had made the speech.
Late last year Machogu announced plans to scrap the SMS code and instead introduce a website where parents and candidates can check their results free of charge.
Addressing a parliamentary committee, he expressed regret over the challenges faced in obtaining KCPE results, deeming them avoidable and asserting that such issues should not recur.
“It means that moving forward when we release the KCSE results we shall not be able to make use of the same service provider… I am already engaging the ICT to see if we can develop a website,” he added.
The new approach aims to ensure a smoother process for accessing and disseminating examination results.
How to Check 2023 KCSE Results Online Via KNEC Portal
To check 2023 KCSE results candidates are advised to access them online through the KNEC portal www.results.knec.ac.ke
Once you have accessed the portal, click on the year the candidate sat for the exam. i.e 2023.
Enter the index number of the student, then click submit.
Upon, submitting the details, the student’s results will be displayed on the screen.
While there are no charges for this option, one is required to have a reliable internet connection to acccess the results via the portal .
During the release of the 2023 KCPE results, the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) issued an apology for delays in accessing the results, acknowledging technical difficulties with the system.
The exam council assured individuals who attempted to access their results that updates would be provided through a designated SMS service (40054).
Over the years, parents have been accessing their children’s national exam results either through an SMS code or the KNEC website.