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KNEC Issues Warning and Directive on KCSE Registration

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KNEC Issues Warning and Directive on KCSE Registration

The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has cautioned parents regarding the risk of their children missing the 2024 KCSE examinations due to errors in the registration process. KNEC issued a notice on Friday, March 22, advising parents to ensure their children’s registration for the examination before the deadline.

KNEC urged parents and guardians to visit schools to confirm their children’s registration status and verify the details captured during the exercise. Additionally, the examination body reminded schools and parents to carefully examine the photographs taken during registration.

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It is crucial for parents to adhere to the timelines set by the examination body, as no extensions will be granted. The registration deadline is set for Friday, March 29.

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KNEC emphasized, “Please note that the portal for this year’s candidates’ registration closes on March 29, one week from now, and there will be no extension of the deadline, nor will we entertain requests for late registration.”

The notice further stated, “There will be no room for a change of photographs for KCSE candidates after the closure of the registration period. Please visit your child’s school and ensure he or she is registered and the details are captured accurately. Do not let your child miss the exam!”

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Certain prerequisites for the registration include the student’s birth certificate details and their index numbers. Additionally, photographs are taken and incorporated into the printed KCSE certificates to prevent misuse of certificates during job applications or college admissions.

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KNEC commenced the registration exercise on January 29, following the release of the 2023 KCSE results. Meanwhile, registration for Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) students is ongoing.

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KNEC Issues Warning and Directive on KCSE Registration

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