You Can Download KCPE 2021 Result Slip from Today-See Procedure

You Can Download KCPE 2021 Result Slip from Today-See Procedure

The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) says schools can download the result slips for their candidates beginning today 30th March. KNEC will activate the portal today and anyone interested in the result slips and has log in details will proceed to download the result slips.

By close of business yesterday, many schools were unable to download the results from the Knec online portal despite pressure from pupils who want to seek scholarship opportunities and their parents.

The below error code would be displayed anytime one tried to log in to the portal.

HTTP ERROR:504

Gateway Timeout

RequestURI=http://knec-portal.ac.ke/KCPESLIP/

The reason for the error was because the portal was still inactive. Once the portal is activated, there will be no error while downloading the result slip. Should the error appear again, it could be caused by too many requests by schools trying to access the same portal at the same time.

Knec has also updated the CBA portal to allow schools access their candidates’ results slips.

Read also:

How to download KCPE 2021 Result Slip Online Using Your Mobile Phone

How to download form one 2022 admission letter

Call For 2022 Equity Bank Wings To Fly Scholarship Applications- Apply Now

High School Scholarship opportunities from 250 KCPE Marks

KNEC KCPE Standardization 2021: How Each KCPE 2021 Exam Was Standardized

Magata Bruce Mackenzie from Gilgil Hills Academy emerged best candidate in the 2021 KCPE after scoring 428 of the possible 500.

This is, however, five points lower than the 2020 KCPE top candidate, who scored 433 marks. Ashley Kerubo Momanyi from Makini School, Kibos, came second with 427 marks.

Six other students tied in position three with 426 marks. They are Kwoma Charity Bakhoya Buyanzi of Holy Family Misikhu Girls Primary School, Mbugua Sharon Wairimu of Emmanuel Academy and Mueti Shantel Ndinda of Kitengela International School.

Others are Stanley Otieno Omondi of Rophine Field Junior School, Wekesa Naomi Neema of White Star Academy and Kimani Ethan Karuga – Stepping Stones Preparatory.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here