How to register KCSE 2012 candidates online; the user guide online

20 February 2012 64 Comments


NOTE: As you read the content below, please note that The Timpata is not an agent of KNEC and we only try to avail information that KNEC has already released to the public. It is in line with this that we have  put an online-friendly version of the User-guide released by KNEC on registration of KCSE 2012 online. The original version of this user guide in MS Word can be obtained from KNEC’s website here: http://www.knec-registration.ac.ke/KCSE/REGISTRATION/Login.aspx

1.0.            Introduction

This system is meant to be used by KNEC Examination centers to register candidates for Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE). Centers are required to access the KNEC website on www.knec-registration.ac.ke to register and download the KCSE Registration application.

This application is used to enter the candidates’ details as per KNEC regulations and is later uploaded to the KNEC database through the registration website. Centers will be provided with a username and password to upload the file, as every center will only registers/ uploads its own students.

Once logged on, the centers can also edit candidates’ details (already registered candidates), or register additional candidates, view or download:

  • Nominal roll
  • Photo register
  • School invoice.

Candidates can also confirm if registered, through the KNEC Website, [www.knec-registration.ac.ke/KCSE]. (Confirmation does not require login i.e. username and password)

Registration process has four simple steps;

  1. Step 1: Visit the KNEC website.
  2. Step 2: Download the candidates’ registration application (Offline mode-optional)
  3. Step 3: Fill the candidates details to create the registration file (offline mode- optional)
  4. Step 4: Login into the KNEC website and;
  • Upload the registration file
  • Enter new candidate (fully online)
  • Edit existing candidates
  • Edit school details
  • Generate and print nominal roll
  • Generate and print school invoice


NB: This application is only available up to last day of the Registration period

2.0.            Requirements

Your computer should be installed with the following software programs;


  • Windows operating system.
  • Microsoft office.
  • Internet connection

(Those registering using the offline mode, should note that the EXPORT BUTTON does not work with windows 7, windows XP is recommended.)

 3.0.            Getting started

3.1. Downloading the candidate’s registration application

Open Internet Explorer

Type in the following web address www.knec-registration.ac.ke/kcse

  1. Click Go button  or press Enter Key from your keyboard.
  2. Wait for Login form (First Page) to appear.



4.0.            Registration Application

4.1. Download Registration application

1. Click on Download button on the Login form (First Page) to download the registration Application.

A pop up window (new screen within the main screen) appears as below:

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2. Click on save file and select the location to save the file:

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4.2. Opening the KCSE Registration application

1. Locate the application file that you downloaded (you can either copy, move it to another location/ computer, or work on it from where it is)

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2.  Double Click the file to open.

The following window appears:

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4.3. Registration of candidates

4.3.1. Candidates Registration details

It is assumed that the schools have ready, a record of the candidates’ registration details as outlined in the window form above

4.3.2. Entering Candidates Registration details

  1. Enter the centre number (must be entered)- (eight digits, the first two numbers MUST be the county code in which the school is)
  2. Enter candidates’ details one by one.
  3. Enter candidate Number, three digits e.g. 001, 010, 099, 100, 501….etc. and Candidates name as shown below
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4.3.3. Candidates’ details Biodata

  1. Birth Certificate No: This should be entered as it appears on the Birth certificate of the candidate.
  2. Entry: All candidates should indicate if they are sitting  the exam  for the  first time -first attempt or Second attempt. If for the first attempt the first three subjects (subjects 1, 2 &3) are compulsory.
  3. Status: Select if you are a citizen (Kenyan) or non-citizen (Non Kenyan).
  4. Gender: You can either choose female or male.
  5.  Year of Birth: Enter the correct year of birth.

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NB: The figure above shows the following candidate’s details;

Birth Certificate No. : 34678690, Entry: First Attempt, Status: Citizen (Kenyan), Gender: Female and the Year of Birth: 1990. Disabilty

Using the drop down menu to complete this section appropriately.

1. Example – if applicable  e.g blind  

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2. Example – If not applicable i.e All NO.


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NB: Do not select any if none is applicable (NO to all) Selecting subject choices

Selection of  subject choices is based on the number of entry – attempts as selected in the BIO DATA. One can either be registering for the first time(1st Attempt) or Second (2nd repeater all subject) or (3rd repeater partial).

A maximum of nine (9) subjects can be selected according to the subject groupings and depending on the number of attempt.

Use the drop down menu to select the right choice in each group for each candidate as filled in the form.

A. First attempt

If selected as a 1st attempt,  all the three compulsory subjects must be selected. These subjects include 101 – English, 102 – Kiswahili and 121 – Mathematics as shown in the Subject choices figure below.

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Selecting the other subjects this is done by clicking the drop down menu which displays a set of choices to select one subject.

For example, in subject 4 we have three subjects and only one should be selected from the group. Select the correct subject.

For instance in the figure below, PHYSICS (232) is selected.

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 NB: Do not select a subject more than one time.


The same process of selecting from a group of subjects applies to others. In a group where you have no choice to select, leave it blank.

See an example below for  fully registered candidate (first attempt).

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B. 2nd repeater all subjects

These are candidates repeating KCSE, not sitting for the exam for the first time. They a register for subjects not less than 7.

See an example below for  fully registered candidate (second repeater).

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C. Third repeater Partial

These are partial repeaters who register for less than 7 subjects. The index numbers for such candidates range between (501-999) These group of repeaters do not take the normal index numbers.

For these candidates, only the subjects they are repeating should be selected. The same process of selecting by drop down menu is applied to other subjects.

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See an example below for  fully registered candidate (Third repeater).


This details should be correctly filled in, i.e. the KCPE/QT/EQ Year and the KCPE/QT/EQ index number.

N/B Repeaters should also give the previous KCPE or QT or EQ index and year as their previous details.


All candidates regardless of their attempt should provide either the KCPE index and year or QT index and year or EQ index and year as their previous details.



The details entered will be saved automatically on clicking the save or the next button. The next button also allows you to input the next candidate’s details.

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5.0.            Exploring through the system – Buttons in use

  1. SEARCH button[ ]: finds the specific candidate’s details for editing, removing or viewing. This is done by clicking the search button which produces a screen within the normal screen, type in the candidates number as below i.e. 001 and the results are displayed by clicking Find Next. See the figure below.

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  1. NEW button  [ ] : enters a new candidate’s details.
  2. SAVE button[ ] :  saves the displayed candidate’s details.
  3. NEXT button [ ] : saves the displayed candidate details and move to the next record.
  4. PREVIOUS button [ ] : saves the displayed candidate details and moves back to the previous record.
  5. HELP button  : displays the assistance you may require when working with the system.
  6. DELETE button [ ] : removes the displayed candidate’s details from the system.


Deleting or removing a record.

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Caution: On confirming that you want to delete the record as required below (by clicking yes) the record will be removed.


  1.  REPORT Button[ ] : dispays a report of registered or keyed in candidates’ details. The report should be printed for candidates to verify, before Exporting and subsequent Uploading is done.

Any changes should be indicated on the report for correction and a final copy printed which is again verified if correct.


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 EXPORT Button [ ] : produces a registration file that need to be uploaded through the KNEC website.  This action should be done after candidates have confirm that the registration details are true and valid after going through their details on the above report. Please note that the EXPORT button does not work with with windows 7, Windows XP is recommended.

6.0. Creating the Candidate Registration File

NB: Before this process make sure that all candidates’ details are correct and confirmed

Click the Export button, the following screen is displayed.

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Click the ok.

  1. The file will be exported to Drive C:\ of your computer
  2. Browse to drive C:\ to confirm that the file has been created.

NB: This is done by clicking the START button on the computer, then click MY COMPUTER icon which will show drive C:\ as shown below, double click it to open. The file name should prefixed your center code followed by a dash(-) and the word KCSE-REG.

NB: Example: If your center code is 01101205 your file will be: 01101205-KCSE-REG.dll

 The Drive C location in the computer.

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  1. Find the produced file (centre code-KCSE-REG).

For example in the figure below, file 110011-KCSE-REG

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  1. Upload the file through KNEC web site.

 6.1. Uploading the Candidates Registration File

NB: Ensure Internet connection is active

  1.  Open Internet Explorer
  2.  Type in the following web address www.knec-registration.ac.ke/kcse
  3.  Click Go button  or press Enter Key from your keyboard.

NB: Wait for the home page to load completely (appear)

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Click on the Register button

6.1.1. Logging In

You will need to have your user name and password. The username is the school code. Kindly note that the code is now an 8-digit number. The county code has been appended to the earlier 6-digit school code.

To obtain the school password, send an SMS message of your full school code e.g. KCSE#01101101 to 5052, you will then receive an 8-digit number which you shall use as the password to log in.

***KNEC has changed the number to which you send the sms to 6062

  1. Enter your user name and password

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  1. Click Log In
  2. Upon successful login, you will be required to change your password as a security measure ensuring that only authorized persons can access your registration details. The form below will appear that will allow you to change your password.

NB: Appears only if accessing the system for the first time.

6.1.2. Changing Password

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  1. Type in your default password in the input labeled Current Password.
  2. Enter the new password (Can be any combination of letters or numbers) in the input labeled New Password.
  3. Confirm the new password (Please don’t copy-paste), by re-typing the password in the input labeled Confirm Password.
  4. Click Change Password to effect the changes
  1. You will get a successful confirmation as show by screen below
  1. Click Continue to proceed to the upload – registration of candidates.

NB: Kindly note your password and keep it secretive


6.1.3. Uploading file

Select the upload registration file from Task selection, drop down menu.

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Click Continue Button

Browse the file from the location you had saved it.

The file should be prefixed as follow


Where CenterCode is your School assigned Code.

NB: You have to select the file that belongs to the center you have logged in with.


If you have logged in with User Name 01123456, then the file will be 01123456-KCSE-REG.dll.

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Click upload to register the candidate(s)

If successfully uploaded, the following similar message appears:

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6.1.4.      Editing centre details

In the case of centre details being wrong or the centre head wishes to change the details, from the task selection drop down menu, select Edit centre details and click Continue Button

Click on the  Button to see the window below.


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Make the necessary changes if any and click on the Post button to save.

 6.1.5.      Batch uploading of photos

Kindly check the guide on photo submission at the end of this document before taking the photos.

  • Transfer candidates’ photo onto a computer
  • rename / save the photos with the candidate index number
    (no photo should be saved with the candidates’ names)
  • create a folder named your center code
  • copy all the candidates photos onto that folder
  • zip/compress the folder
  1. right click the folder with Photos
  2. select Send to
  3. Click on Compressed (zipped) folder

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log on back to KNEC website (www.knec-registration.ac.ke/kcse)

  • click upload button candidate photos
  • Enter your username and password
  • From the TASKS drop down list, select Upload Candidates Photos and click Continue

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  1. Browse to the compressed photos folder, and click upload

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If successfully uploaded, the following similar message appears:

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Please note that this year photos will only be uploaded in batch. No single photos will be uploaded.

 7.0 Confirming Registration

Centers and individual candidates can confirm their registration details for accuracy. Centers are required to use the:

  • Nominal roll; to confirm candidates details
  • Photo register; to confirm candidates photographs and
  • School invoice; to confirm registration fee due.

7.1 Centers (already logged in)

7.1 .2 Nominal roll

From the task selection screen, (You can Click on Back button to move to the task selection screen) but this time use CONFIRMATION REGISTRATION section.

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Select Nominal Roll from the Task menu and click Continue.

Enter your Centre code and click View report

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The above window appears, displaying the Nominal roll, which should be printed for candidates to confirm their details and sign if correct. The duly signed Nominal roll by the candidates and the head teacher is then sent to KNEC.

The above window appears, displaying the Photo register, which should be printed for candidates to confirm their pictures and sign if correct. The duly signed Photo register by the candidates and the head teacher is then sent to KNEC.

7.1.3 School invoice

From the task selection screen, select school invoice and click Continue

Enter your Centre code and click View report

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The above window appears, displaying the school invoice, which may be printed and use it to pay to the bank.

7.2 Confirming an individual candidate

Ensure internet connection is active

Log in to KNEC website- www.knec-registration.ac.ke/kcse

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

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Enter the index number and again click Confirm button

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Below is a sample interface confirming a registered candidate.

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8.0. Registration of New candidate(s) online


Schools can also register their new candidates online (while connected to the Internet); however, Internet connection must be available throughout the exercise, hence may not be preferred where Internet cost is billed based on time. The schools can however use the method when registering a few candidates after the initial submission such as late registration.

NB: KNEC therefore recommends that Schools should download the registration application, fill in their candidates’ details and later connect to the internet to upload.

To register a new candidate directly,

  • From the task selection page, select

  Enter New Candidates and then click Continue button

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8.1. Entering New Candidates online

Enter the actual details of candidate as show below:

8.1.1. Index Number

Candidates Index Number must be entered first

8.1.2. Bio-data

All information for a candidate should be provided including birth certificate numbers.

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8.1.4. Disability

Select any special need for a candidate on this section.

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8.1.5. Examination Subjects

Depending with the number of examination attempts of a candidate, select from drop down menus the subject1 through subject9 as per KNEC examination subject-selection rule. If 1st attempt the compulsory subject that is English, Kiswahili and Mathematics will be automatically selected for you. Choose other subjects to a minimum of 8 (eight) subjects. For other attempts you can select subject1-9 with minimum of one.

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NB: Do not select subject twice as the system will not submit.

8.1.6. Previous Exam Details

Enter the last previous KNEC examinations details for the candidate on the input provided.

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8.1.7. Private candidate only

This section is filled for sitting private candidate only.

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8.1.8. Submitting Candidate Registration Records

When finished entering a new candidate, click submit button  to save.

8.1.9. Moving to Next Candidate Registration Records

If you are registering multiple candidates, enter the 1st candidate then click next button  to enter others sequentially.

9.2. Editing Existing Candidate(s) online

The uploaded candidates’ details (or the newly/ already registered candidates) can be changed, if need be, by logging online.

From the task selection screen, select the Edit Existing Candidate Option in Task selection, drop down menu.

Enter the candidate’s index number as shown below and click search button.

The candidate’s details will be displayed for editing.

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Edit appropriately.

Click the update button  to save.

Caution: Clicking Delete button will cause the whole candidate record be removed from the KNEC database.




 For the candidates who will be required to upload photos, i.e. K.C.S.E and non formal, the following guidelines were suggested.

  1. It must be a passport photograph, should be colored and must be taken using a digital camera.
  2. The photo should be taken on a cream or light grey background(the backgrounds should be plain not flowered)
  3. Photo size should be 45mm high x 35mm wide (as illustrated below)

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  1. Free from shadows.
  2. The photo should be taken with eyes open and clearly visible (no sunglasses or spectacles)
  3. The candidate should be facing forward, looking straight at the camera.
  4. The Candidate should be having  a neutral  expression with the mouth closed (no grinning, frowning or raised eyebrows)
  5. Each candidate should be on his/her own, no group photos or objects like dummies or toys or even other people being visible on the photos.
  6. The photo should be in sharp focus and clear with a strong definition between the face and background.
  7. The photo must contain the full face, neck and shoulders of the candidate in frontal view
  8. The photo should be recent (not more than six months old)
  9. The photos MUST be saved with the full index of the candidate and in JPG format i.e. the 11digits e.g. 01101001001.jpeg. NO PHOTO SHOULD BE SAVED WITH THE NAMES OF THE CANDIDATES.
  10. All photos should be taken in school uniform
  11. In addition to uploading the photos all schools should submit the saved photographs to KNEC offices through their D.E.O’s in CD’s (each photo should be matched with the index numbers not names, in JPG format).



  • How to register KCSE 2012 candidates online; the user guide online « PASHA BARINGO – Gdeisoft Resource Centre said:

    [...] More Information: VisitThe timpata The KNEC website: the knec website to down load the procedure and fill your [...]

  • Millicent Borura said:

    What if you did your K.C.S.E for the year 2002 and you didn’t get the grade you wanted, even though you joined college you have not yet settled, still have feeling of 2nd attempt, you study, you want to register but you have not registered with any school or private institution,how can that be registered, please help.

  • Admin (author) said:

    Hi Millicent: Please contact your area DEO for details on how to register as a private candidate.

  • wafuta wasike said:

    I am a teacher and your website has directed us to send a message to 5052.However to my dismay things look like they aren’t working.
    what is your advise?

    Station code is 37603010

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Wafuta, Please ensure that you are entering the details correctly i.e KCSE#01101101 Kindly note that the code is now an 8-digit number. The county code has been appended to the earlier 6-digit school code.

  • FRED said:

    when you send sms to 5052, it is reply back yet they deduct 20/= advice pls

  • Afwata said:

    I sent the code as required for the purposes of getting the password but it seems the sms services is congested. I had succeded for one school but now its not working. what do I do?

  • joseph said:

    when is the deadline for uploading of the photographs?

  • Kitere said:

    Is there a page where The Timpata has opened for the KCPE Online registration Comments and queries?
    We are trying to contant KNEC on problems we have encountered but no response from them.

  • wilson said:

    hello, am a teacher and have tried to key please assist me to obtain a passward.my center code is 13350202

  • paul dwasi said:

    Hi, am a teacher trying to get our centre pasword but invain our centre code is 44736204

  • solomon said:

    I am trying to register candidates and the message sent to 5052 returns the message ‘KCSE RESULTS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON 29TH AFTER THE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT’. does this system really work?

    Station code is ******

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Joseph, the deadline is today 28th February 2012.

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Paul, kindly ensure you are the Head Teacher of the school. It appears as though only Headteachers are allowed to request the code.

  • Admin (author) said:

    HI Solomon, Indeed there seems to be a problem. KNEC has advised that you send the message to 6062.

  • SAMSON said:

    Please Im registering primary school.I entered details online but the option for editing is not working.When I edit online and try to view the nominal roll then the old information still comes.Centre no.41731317

  • maro said:

    how i get the password of my school, i have tried several times but did not succeed.

  • solomon said:

    @Admin. thanks. Have sent a message “KCSE#43728112″ to 6062. I get the reply ” SCHOOL CODE NOT FOUND, OR WRONG FORMAT. SMS FORMAT KCSE#CENTRECODE OR KCPE#CENTRECODE. HELPLINE: 0702153181 OR 0202511223 KNEC SMS SERVICE”. Am I getting the message format wrong. The number provided is always busy or unavailable and today is the deadline.

  • Kitere said:

    Am having trouble editing details of the KCPE Candidate I posted in the KNEC Database. After editing and updating I get the message ‘edit sucessful’ but when you go through the details again nothing happened. The ‘delate’ button also behave same way ‘delate successful’ while the truth is the data is still there.
    Please assist me as I have not found a page to put complains for KCPE.

  • Admin (author) said:

    Hi Maro, have you checked to ensure that you are sending the message to the new number above (highlighted in red)

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Kitere. The information that we have is that if you are registering your candidates directly online (if using Windows 7) you will NOT be able to edit the details of the candidate.

    However, if you are using windows xp, you are required to download the registration software first, enter student details then upload the MS ACCESS file to the KNEC database online. While working with the software off-line, you can edit the student details. However, AFTER uploading the MS ACCESS file online, you will NOT be able edit the details.

    In case you are affected by the above 2 scenarios, please contact KNEC directly for directions.

  • joseph said:

    if deadline for uploading students photos is today,wat about repeaters after tomoro anouncement of results?y cnt knec post ths deadline on its site?knec should comunicate thru circulars and not jz newspapers alone.

  • Kitere said:

    @Administrator am registering directly online and using Window XP. I just wanted to add a letter to a name. Suppose I use the offline mode, what will happen to the record which is already online after I uploading?
    I have tried to email KNEC(info@knec.ac.ke) with my Centre email account but haven’t got any reply. Is that the correct address for contacting KNEC on registration?

  • afwata said:

    code 6062 is working but uploading the photos is the main problem. who can help?

  • jerry said:

    trying to upload photos for my school since 26th all through the night. getting reply server not found. could there be a problem at knec

  • Onchwari said:

    thanks, n God bless, 6062 just worked for me!!!!

  • bob josephart said:

    cant upload picture wats up

  • oyosa said:

    we have tried to upload the photos since yesterday but its not work. it replies data server no available what should i do and we are already late.

  • juma said:

    hi i dont have my KCPE certificate can i register for KCSE?

  • Admin (author) said:

    @ Afwata, try resizing the photos and saving them in a less bulky (smaller in terms of KB per photo)

  • Onchwari said:

    can some-1 advice, ive sent primary school password request to 6062, to my dismay there is no reply for two days now!

  • Kitere said:

    @Onchwari yesterday a fellow tried kcpe schoolcode and it worked that is kcpe with small letters then space then school code.

  • benedict said:

    Have tried to obtain password from the given format but failed . Have now used over two hundred bob on sms .the sms am getting is idex no not found ,or wrong format.please sent idex no , 9 digits only . the school code I have is 8 digits . Help line is never reached please advice .
    or else give the correct format.

  • Zaco said:

    When i sent the sms 4 getting the password i am told the same info like benedict

  • Wekalao Geoffrey said:

    Hi I have been trying to to uploads photos but in vain hence since upload photos menu is no longer being displayed, I opted to use an option of attaching the photos folder to my email and sent them to ict.knec.ac.ke (we were assigned the email last year, when some of the centres failed to send photos) Have i done the right thing?

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Geoffrey, Please get in touch with your region DEO’s office for assistance to ensure what you did was correct.

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Zaco, please ensure that you are the school headteacher…many users who are not the school principals or headteachers are facing such difficulties.

  • LUCY said:

    I have tried to obtain password but in vain (using KCSE#04102207). it seems that 6062 is either very busy or not working. please help.

  • Swaleh said:

    Is it possible to upload another file if there are changes that you would like to make in the first uploaded file?

  • sindani eric said:

    Hi, am a school headteacher and also having the same problem of getting the password.How does the website of knec know that you are the headteacher? please advice me on that. centre code is 37607115

  • Makembu said:

    I wonder whether KNEC extended the duration to register photos. The deadline was end of FEB.
    For those who still need to contact KNEC the numbers on the KNEC website may be helpful.
    Mitihani House
    Dennis Pritt Road,
    Tel:+254 – 020 2713874 / 020-2713894 / 020-2713845; 020-2715980 / 020-2711536

  • gloria said:

    Hi am Gloria i really need you to advise on how what to do because i forgot my password and also plus when is the dead line?

  • Munene said:

    Suppose a password fails to connect a school through, the password sent to 10238128 by KNEC cannot go through. Please advice..Thanks.

  • Isaiah K Bett said:

    Am surprised to read from some of the comments that the deadline for submitting photos was the end of last month when the kcse results were being released.Can it be the reason that upload photo option is no longer available in the system? n’way i attached my candidates photo via email and received the message that they have confirm the photo/query received and its being worked on. Am I now safe?pls advice

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Isaiah, yes. All you need to do now is check on the site to download the photo register.

  • SIMON said:

    How do i upload the photos now that the upload photo menu is not displayed in the drop downtask menu. pliz help

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Simon,submit the photos to the email address: registration@knec.ac.ke

  • musee felix said:

    help in programming the knec menu since the upload photo option not available

  • Tim said:

    Thanks admin for what you’ve been doing, assisting guys on online registration…am the temporary registration customer care assistant for KNEC.

    Am sure the head/admin. mr. Abuje and KNEC fraternity at large will be glad to hear your comments….can send to us and cc to mr. Abuje, the guy behind online registration system, on ***@knec.ac.ke.

    keep up…good work!!

  • Admin (author) said:

    Thanks so much KNEC for appreciating our work here at The Timpata. I hope you will respond my email to you on how we can make life easier for your users :)

  • danny said:

    Am trying to download the nominal roll for my school for correction but it appears like i have forgotten the password. Can one get a new password?

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Danny: It is too late for that given that the process is now closed. I suggest that you visit KNEC offices for such corrections.

  • rhoda said:

    can we still send the photos the option of loading was removed before we had sent how do we go about it?

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Rhoda, Please get in touch with KNEC directly the soonest you can.

  • ARADI DUNCAN said:


  • Munene said:

    Hallo. Through which means is one supposed to send the duly signed photo album and norminal roll to KNEC. Please. Thanks.

  • Admin (author) said:

    Hi Aradi, Please contact KNEC directly.

  • Admin (author) said:

    @Munene, You are supposed to take it to your DEO’s office.

  • ALEX said:

    I have been trying to get a login password for KASOSI S.A Primary school by Sending an SMS to 6062 with the given format but I get no reply,Am unable to access the nominal roll for the school.

  • Herms said:

    i have tried to download the confirmation nominal roll but the commands are missing am just able to access for a single student kcpe. please help me on how to go about it.

  • peterson obwoge said:

    How do i log in 2012 agriculture project marks and by when?

  • leeroy Eugene said:

    i have uploaded the students photo regester but i cannot find their as they are not revealed

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