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FACTS YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE 2019 KCPE RESULTS AND 2020 FORM ONE SELECTION CRITERIA

2019 KCPE FACTS AND FORM ONE SELECTION DETAILS

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FACTS YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE 2019 KCPE RESULTS AND 2020 FORM ONE SELECTION CRITERIA

The just-released 2019 KCPE KNEC Results have revealed a few facts and details that point to towards 2020 form one selection criteria.

Here are a few details and facts that you cannot afford to miss:

  1. The total number of candidates who sat for the 2019 KCPE exams increased by 2. 96 %.
  2. 1, 088, 986 candidates were registered to sit for the 2019 KCPE national exams.
  3. 1,083, 456 candidates sat for the 2019 KCPE national exam.
  4. The number of males who sat for the 2019 KCPE exam is slightly higher compared to that of female candidates.
  5. 11 Special Needs Education Candidates attained above 400 marks.
  6. 64 Special Needs Education Candidates were absent.

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7. Only 1 Prison candidate scored 400 marks and above-403 marks.

8. 4 prison candidates scored between 001-100 marks.

9. Kiambu County registered the highest number of special needs education 2019 KCPE candidates (103) followed by Machakos County (73) as Mombasa and Kilifi Counties tied at position 3 with 63 candidates.

10. Nairobi County registered the highest number of 2019 KCPE candidates who took their examinations in prisons- 548 followed by Kisumu County-69 and in third position Nakuru County with 59 candidates.

11. Garissa, Wajir, Mandera, Nyamira, Migori, Vihiga, Elgeyo Marakwet, Baringo, Nandi, West Pokot, Bomet, Samburu and Tharaka Nithi Counties did not register any prison candidate.

For a more comprehensive analysis of the 2019 KCPE results, study the following KNEC data:

 

County Code,Name and  Number of Candidates who took examination in prisons

1. Taita Taveta 5
2. Kwale 5
3. Mombasa 22
4. Kilifi 0
5. Tana River 0
6. Lamu 0
7. Nyandarua 0
8. Nyeri 24
9. Kirinyaga 0
10. Murang’a 19
11. Kiambu 3
12. Machakos 16
13. Kitui 15
14. Embu 13
15. Meru 30
16. Marsabit 0
17. Isiolo 0
18. Makueni 9
19. TharakaNithi 0
20. Nairobi 548
21. Turkana 6
22. Samburu 0
23. Trans Nzoia 28
24. West Pokot 0
25. Bomet 0
26. Uasin Gishu 34
27. Nakuru 59
28. Kericho 21
29. Nandi 0
30. Laikipia 17
31. Kajiado 32
32. Narok 14
33. Baringo 0
34. Elgeyo Marakwet 0
35. Busia 2
36. Bungoma 11
37. Kakamega 29
38. Vihiga 0
39. Kisumu 69
40. Kisii 17
41. Homa Bay 14
42. Siaya 9
43. Nyamira 0
44. Migori 0
45. Garissa 0
46. Wajir 0
47. Mandera 0

Total 1,064 

 Candidates with Special Needs who registered for the KCPE Examination by County, County Code and Name Blind Low vision
1. Taita Taveta 0
2. Kwale 0
3. Mombasa 5
4. Kilifi 0
5. Tana River 0
6. Lamu 1
7. Nyandarua 0
8. Nyeri 1
9. Kirinyaga 0
10. Murang’a 0
11. Kiambu 22
12. Machakos 2
13. Kitui 2
14. Embu 0
15. Meru 7
16. Marsabit 1
17. Isiolo 0
18. Makueni 1
19. TharakaNithi 0
20. Nairobi 1
21. Turkana 3
22. Samburu 0
23. Trans Nzoia 8
24. West Pokot 6
25. Bomet 3
26. UasinGishu 0
27. Nakuru 2
28. Kericho 2
29. Nandi 1
30. Laikipia 0
31. Kajiado 1
32. Narok 1
33. Baringo 5
34. Elgeyo Marakwet 3
35. Busia 0
36. Bungoma 1
37. Kakamega 0
38. Vihiga 0
39. Kisumu 16
40. Kisii 2
41. Homa Bay 0
42. Siaya 14
43. Nyamira 3
44. Migori 0
45. Garissa 8
46. Wajir 1
47. Mandera 1

TOTAL 124

Age Distribution for Candidates Registered for the 2019  KCPE Examination by County, County Code & Name

2019  KCPE Candidates’ Age Group 12 & Below 

TaitaTaveta 80
Kwale 81
Mombasa 184
Kilifi 122
Tana River 140
Lamu 17
Nyandarua 289
Nyeri 183
Kirinyaga 247
Murang’a 543
Kiambu 489
Machakos 437
Kitui 487
Embu 293
Meru 380
Marsabit 96
Isiolo 83
Makueni 582
Tharaka Nithi 179
Nairobi 911

Turkana 164
Samburu 148
Trans Nzoia 440
West Pokot 493
Bomet 1,111
Uasin Gishu 307
Nakuru 621
Kericho 1,144
Nandi 4
Laikipia 31
Kajiado 415
Baringo 772
Vihiga 143
Kisumu 391
Kisii 1,060
Nyamira- 819
Migori 733
Garissa 152
Wajir 128

BELOW IS A DETAILED GUIDE ON THE 2020 FORM ONE SELECTION CRITERIA TO NATIONAL, EXTRA COUNTY, COUNTY AND SUB COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KENYA.

2020 FORM ONE SELECTION TO NATIONAL SCHOOLS

National schools have been previously admitting KCPE candidates who attain at least 400 marks.

The 2020 form one selection might, however, be different since only 9, 770 2019 KCPE candidates attained the pass mark.

This, therefore, means that more slots will have to be filled to meet the declared capacity of 30, 000 students.

According to KNEC statistics, a total of 253, 000 2019 KCPE candidates scored 300 marks and above.

Consequently, those who posted quality grades are likely to fill the remaining 20, 000 slots in National schools across Kenya.

The Ministry of Education may be forced to lower the entry mark for National schools.

TO CHECK ON YOUR FORMONE SELECTION STATUS, CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW

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18 TRADITIONAL, WELL-ESTABLISHED NATIONAL SCHOOLS
The 9 770 2019 KCPE candidates who attained the pass mark will, however, scramble for slots in the traditional, well established national schools.

These include:

Starehe Girls Centre
Starehe Boys Centre
Alliance Girls
Alliance Boys
Lenana School
Kenya High School
Maryhill Girls
Loreto Limuru
Limuru Girls
Maseno School
Mang’u High
Moi Forces Academy
Nairobi School
Moi Forces Lanet
Nakuru Girls
Utumishi Academy
Nakuru Boys
Moi Girls Eldoret

2020 FORM ONE SELECTION TO EXTRA COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS

The selection of form one students to extra county secondary schools, on the other hand, will be based on a 20:40:40 ratio, to be shared among the host sub-county, the host county and other counties respectively.

This means that the host sub-county will receive 20%, the host county 40% and the other 40%.

2020 FORM ONE SELECTION TO COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS
The available slots in county schools will be shared out across sub-counties on a 20: 80 ratio.

The host county will receive 20% of the candidates while the other sub-counties will receive 80%.

2020 FORM ONE SELECTION TO SUB-COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS
All 2019 KCPE candidates for sub-county secondary schools will be selected from the host sub-county based on merit and choice.

2020 FORM ONE SELECTION TO SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOLS
There are 35 special needs education institutions in Kenya.

According to the Ministry of Education, the 35 SNE secondary schools can accommodate approximately 1, 500 students.

Pre-selection to SNE schoolsStarehe Boys, Starehe Girls, Moi Forces Academy, Utumishi Academy and Moi Tea Girls is done separately.

 

 

 

 

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