The examinations, which ended in late April 2021, came in late because of the ongoing COVID -19 pandemic.
Previously, the exams would be done from October to November. Results would then follow later before New Year’s Day.
In this installment, students stayed at home for more than six months as the country battled the pandemic. They only resumed classes in late 2020, with only a small window to prepare for the national exams.
As usual, students, parents, and guardians can check their results using SMS. This is a proven way to do so because of its reliability and speed.
The code has not changed; it is the same 20076, and can be used across all Kenya networks. All you have to do is send the index number of the student to the code.
The SMS costs KES 25.