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KCPE 2011: How to confirm whether a candidate has been registered online.

5 February 2011 10 Comments
Log in to KNEC website-www.knec-registration.ac.ke/kcpe

On the first page that appears- log in page, click on Confirm button

Enter the candidate’s index number and again, click the Confirm button.

The systems will display the candidate’s information.

See related post on how to register candidates for KCPE 2011 here.

10 Comments »

  • Sammy said:

    Honestly how can i be nice why dont we upload the photos via yahoo or gmail this thing isnt just working

  • jus said:

    KCPE 2011:

    am unable to export database file

    please help to that i can upload dll file

  • Joyce wairimu said:

    I need to know if my daughter was registered for KCPE 2011.

    Please help

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Franceen Murunga: I did not publish your comment because it contained so much of personal information. Apparently KNEC has closed the application that alllows one to check the registration status. You might have to call KNEC for assistance.

  • John Madala said:

    I’m unable to confirm Kcpe registration status for my Son and Daughter. The confirmation page cannot open and no one is picking the helpline phone calls.

  • Millicent Jebet said:

    Thanx, gud job

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Anthony, KNEC offers a chanche to rectify such errors. Please get in touchh with the head teacher of the former school who will advice and assist in contacting KNEC on this. The deadline for these rectification is January 31st 2012.

  • antony kamau ndiba said:

    my son was regstered as ANTONY KAMAU NDIMBA. instead of ANTONY KAMAU NDIBA. his index no is.401048122. please advice me what to do.

  • JULIUS said:

    Si KNEC WATWAMBIE kama hio option ya confirmation iko inactive ama niaje. wanaweza oia kutupatia option nyingine

  • jackson libesi said:

    After the complete registration of KCPE candidates, how do we confirm that their information is on the system as a whole unit rather than checking for each candidate coz the system is too slow?

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