KNEC Circular: Guidelines on KPSEA 2023 Results and Missing Results Resolution

The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has issued a circular to Sub-County Directors of Education and Heads of Primary Schools regarding the release of feedback reports on the 2023 Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) and Kenya Intermediate Level Education Assessment (KILEA).

Circular Details

Circular Number: KNEC/EA/EM/KPSEA/KILEA/RESULTS/2024/001
Date: 18th January, 2024

To: i) All Sub-County Directors of Education ii) All Heads of Primary Schools that presented candidates for the 2023 KPSEA/KILEA

Key Guidelines:

  1. Release of Feedback Reports:
    • KNEC has uploaded feedback reports for the 2023 KPSEA and KILEA on the KNEC CBA portal.
  2. Accessing Performance Reports:
    • Headteachers are advised to log onto the CBA portal (https://cba.knec.ac.ke) using the school’s credentials to access individual learners’ performance reports (Learner Reports) and performance analysis for the entire school (School Specific Reports).
  3. Accessing School Specific Reports:
    • Click on the icon ‘KPSEA Portal’ or ‘KILEA Portal.’
    • Select ‘View Report.’
    • Click on ‘KPSEA School Specific Report’ or ‘KILEA School Specific Report’ to download the performance analysis for the center.
  4. Accessing Individual Learner Performance Reports:
    • Click on the icon ‘KPSEA Portal’ or ‘KILEA Portal.’
    • Select ‘View Report.’
    • Go to ‘Download KPSEA Performance Report’ or ‘Download KILEA Performance Report.’
    • Enter the Assessment Number of the learner to download the Performance report.
  5. Further Information for Candidates:
    • Candidates whose Individual Learner Reports require additional information from KNEC will receive a notification instructing them to contact KNEC through the email kpsea@knec.acke or the KNEC Call Centre for further details regarding their results.
  6. Queries Resolution:
    • All queries arising from the results should be submitted to KNEC in writing through the office of the Sub-County Directors of Education within 30 days. The letter should include school code and name, assessment number(s) and name of the affected learner(s), the affected paper/subject, and contacts for the Head-teacher to resolve the query.

Educational stakeholders are urged to disseminate this information to ensure a smooth process of accessing and resolving any issues related to the 2023 KPSEA and KILEA results. The provided contact information should be utilized for effective communication with KNEC.

For any clarifications or further assistance, please contact KNEC through the specified channels.

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