The Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) examination results for 2023 have been officially released by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu. The release, marked by a simplified process, involves headteachers accessing the results through the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) CBA portal. This guide provides a step-by-step procedure for checking the KPSEA results.
Step-by-Step Guide to Checking KPSEA Results
1. Headteacher Instructions:
Education officials have communicated instructions to headteachers for accessing the KPSEA results through the KNEC CBA portal.
2. Accessing Results Through KNEC CBA Portal:
- Headteachers should log in to the KNEC CBA portal at cba.knec.ac.ke.
3. School Code and Learners’ Details:
- Log in using the school code and learners’ details to access and download the results in certificate form.
4. Contacting Respective Schools:
- Grade 6 students can obtain their results by contacting their respective schools.
5. Emphasis on Simplicity:
- Unlike previous years, the release of KPSEA results is characterized by a straightforward process, following the directive from CS Machogu to prioritize simplicity over elaborate ceremonies.
6. No SMS Code Access:
- Candidates will not be able to access national exam results through an SMS code, as has been the practice in previous years.
7. Total Candidates and Subjects:
- A total of 1.2 million candidates participated in the KPSEA exams, with assessments in subjects such as Mathematics, English, Kiswahili, Integrated Science, Social Studies, and Creative Arts.
8. Timely Release Commitment:
- The delayed release of KPSEA results was explained by KNEC CEO David Njeng’ere, who emphasized the commitment to ensuring timely marking of the KCPE exams and having the results ready for learners before their transition to junior secondary schools in January 2024.
The 2023 KPSEA results can be conveniently accessed by headteachers through the KNEC CBA portal, ensuring a simplified process for both schools and Grade 6 students. The commitment to timely and straightforward result releases aligns with the goal of facilitating a smooth transition for learners to junior secondary schools.