A person seeking to be registered as a student for the CAMS examination must show evidence of being a holder of one of the following qualifications:
- Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination with an aggregate average of at least grade D+ (D+).
- Such other certificates as may be approved by kasneb.
Persons intending to take the November/December examinations must register as students not later than 15 September while those intending to take the May/June examinations must register as students not later than 15 March.
kasneb reserves the right to refuse to register any applicant who in its opinion is not fit and proper to be registered as a student.
Similarly, kasneb reserves the right to cancel the registration of any student who in its opinion is not fit and proper to be a student of kasneb.
A candidate must attempt and pass the CAMS Level I examination before proceeding to the CAMS Level II examination.
Duration of Registration as a Student of kasneb
- A registered student of the CAMS Examination will be required to complete the examination within a maximum period of two years provided that the candidate shall complete: The CAMS Level I examination by the end of the first year since registration.
- The CAMS Level II examination by the end of the second year since registration.
kasneb reserves the right to cancel the registration of a student who fails to complete the CAMS Examination within the stipulated time.
A student whose registration is cancelled under the rules in this paragraph may not be eligible for re-registration. However, kasneb reserves the right to vary or amend the regulations.