KCSE Private Candidate Registration for 2022 examination. The registration deadline was said to be extended to August 14, 2021. The examination is set to hold in March 2022.
See also: KCSE 2022/2023 Timetable (Revised) PDF Download
Private Candidates Registration for the KCSE Examination 2022
All private candidates shall be registered at the Sub County Director of Education.
A candidate who wishes to register privately should download the private candidate registration form from the KNEC website, complete it as required and present it to the respective Sub County Education office for further instructions within the registration period.
For registration of the KCSE candidates, KNEC will only allow one private examination centre per Sub County.
Private candidates are not allowed to individually deposit money into the KNEC collection accounts. Sub–County Education Officers are asked to ensure compliance to this regulation.
The government of Kenya has endeavoured to rollout free education for all citizens. Therefore they shall pay examination fees for all candidates in public and private schools except for the following:
- Candidates who are re-sitting/repeaters;
- Non–citizens candidates;
- Private candidates registering in the Sub County private examination centres;
All private candidates should pay their examination fees directly to the KNEC fees collection accounts given below and submit the deposit slips to the Sub County Director of Education who will further submit them to KNEC together with other registration documents.
KNEC Fees Collection Accounts
The KCSE Qualifying Test registration fee is Kes. 3000/= (three thousand) per candidate. The fees should be deposited in the KNEC KCSE fees collection accounts in either
National Bank of Kenya – A/C No – 0100160314300
Kenya Commercial Bank – A/C No – 1116686937
Equity Bank – A/C No – 0470294988491
Co-operative Bank – A/C No – 01136030120308
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