The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education results set to be released in Nairobi can be accessed on phone.
Education officials and those from the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) have already assembled at the KNEC headquarters for the release of the results.
To access the results, candidates will be required to send a text with their index number to 20076.
According to the Kenya National Examination Council, the results will be available once the results are officially released by CS Amina Mohamed. The results are set to be announced at the KNEC headquarters along Dennis Pritt Road.
Last year, the 2017 KCSE results were released at the Nairobi School. There were 142 candidates who scored grade A, 2,714 of the candidates scored A-(minus).
In 2017, a total of 540, 428 candidates scored below C+ while another 35,536 only managed grade E. This year, 631,750 candidates will be receiving their results.
The candidates, parents, and guardians will also have a section on the KNEC website, where they shall access their results once CS Amina declares them officially released.