KCSE 2021-2022 Results for top 200 Candidates and their schools
Knec News May 2022: Education Cabinet Secretary has released the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results today.
In the results, the CS released information on the KCSE 2021 top 15 candidates nationally. This list is dominated by candidates from reputable national schools that encompass Kapsabet Boys, Alliance and the Kenya High Schools. We also have schools that have made a come-back and those that have produced KCSE 2021 top candidates for the very first time.
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The CS read the names of the KCSE 2021 candidates nationally and stated their schools and mean grades.
During the release of the KCSE 2021 Results, * emerged the best candidate with a performance index of * points.
Read the full list of KCSE 2021 Top Candidates shown below
In KCSE 2020, Simiyu Wanjala of Murang’a High School emerged the best candidate with a score of A. Read the full list below
Below is a list of the top 10 best KCSE 2020 candidates in the exam results released by George Magoha on 10th May 2021.
Top 10 best KCSE 2020, 2021 candidates
Top KCSE 2020 candidates nationally
Ranking of the top 10 KCSE candidates countrywide.
Simiyu Wanjala: Muranga High school
Allan Wasonga: Agoro Sare high school
Sharon Terer: Kenya High School
Moriasi Ongare: Alliance High School
Esther Mbugua: Kenya High School
Mark Kipkoech: Alliance High school
Kenneth Oranga: Kapsabet Boys
Henry Madaga: Maranda Boys High School
Patience Chepkorir: Kenya High school
Edith Musomba: Machakos Girls
In KCSE 2019, Buruma Tony of Kapsabet Boys High School emerged the best candidate with a score of 87.159 as shown below.
Best performing Candidates.
Buruma Tony – Kapsabet Boys – 87.159
Barasa Maryanne Njeri – Kenya High School – 87.087
Aboke David – Kapsabet Boys – 87.085
Antony Owuor Ochieng – Maseno High School – 87.000
Mathuri Natasha Wawira – Kenya High School – 86.961
Kizito Esther – Kenya High School – 86.960
Long’ari Chelagat – Alliance Girls High School – 86.924
Hellen Njoki – Kenya High School – 86.914
Irene Chelagat – Moi Forces Lanet – 86.900
Laura Otieno – St. Brigid’s High School -86.53
Check here for the KCSE 2020 top candidates; Knec portal.
Most Improved Students from KCPE 2017
The CS gave the list of the most improved KCSE 2021 candidates in comparison to how they performed in 2017 KCPE examinations. he gave the names of their secondary schools and mean scores.
Also released is information on the well performed and poorly performed subjects in the KCSE 2021 examinations.
Magoha at the same time announced how the KCSE 2021 candidates performed. He read the number of candidates who scored grade A (plain), A-(minus), B+(plus), B(plain), B-(minus), C+(plus),C(plain), C-(minus),D+(plus),D(plain),D-(minus) and E.
As usual, CS Magoha did not release the ranking of schools in the 2021 KCSE examinations. This is because ranking of schools was outlawed.
Candidates who sat for the 2021-2022 KCSE examinations can now get their results by sending an SMS with the full KCSE 2021 index number to 20076.
You can also visit the official Knec portal to get the results.
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