KUCCPS Second Revision of Courses 2020: List of Unqualified Candidates

The corona virus might have stopped reggae, somehow. But it seems reggae has not stopped completely at KUCCPS.

In February, KUCCPS announced that 125,499 students who scored c+ and above would be placed for various university courses. Following the good news, the university placement organization invited qualified students to make the first revision of KUCCPS courses.

KUCCPS Second Revision of Courses 2020

Yesterday, the commission made yet another statement inviting those who have not qualified for the courses they applied for in previous applications to make a second revision. “The online application system will open for the Second Revision… from Thursday, April 2, 2020 to Wednesday, April 15, 2020,” the notice read.

The student portal is now open for the second revision of courses for 2020, and will be closed on 15th, 2020.

You can download the list of students who have missed a place in the university after the first revision below:

Students can download the list and check whether you are listed or know of someone who is listed.

If you find your index number on the link, go to The KUCCPS Student Portal and log in using your KCSE index number, KCSE year (the year you sat for KCSE), and Password (your KCPE index number).

The KUCCPS second revision of courses 2020 is available for applicants who did not secure a university course following the first revision.

Good News for Candidates

KUCCPS has advised principals and parents whose former candidates and children have been listed to inform the candidates before the expiry of the second revision period.

There is yet another good news from the mighty KUCCPS. Their report states that any student who may have missed the initial application and the first revision for one reason or another should not panic. They have the last chance to apply for university courses of their choice through the second revision of courses 2020.

If you did your KCSE in 2019 and made applications to KUCCPS, but do not find your name on the list, stay back and relax. The university placement commission has already provisionally secured a place for you.

KUCCPS has suggested that their offices will remain closed to the public due to the Corona virus pandemic. As such, students who may need support in the application process should write email to info@kuccps.ac.ke or through their Facebook page, The.Placement.Service or twitter @KUCCPS_Official. This online support system, they say, will be open during daytime from 8am to 5pm.

How to Revise KUCCPS Choices

The second revision of courses KUCCPS 2020 will follow the same procedure as the first revision, which we already explained here: First Revision of KUCCPS University Courses 2020

What Next?

This is the final round of the KUCCPS admissions 2020, and the next KUCCPS news article that we will post about the same will be about the issuance of admission letters.

KUCCPS will only wait for second revision applicants to comply before processing all the admission letters.

KCSE PDF wishes all applicants the best of luck as they pursue their careers in various institutions.

Here is the list again: 2nd Revision list INDEX numbers_2020

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