KCSE 2022 Results for Busia County by CS Machogu
|2||Busiada Girls High||8.247||130||Busia||Western|
|3||Kolanya Boys High School||7.3806||207||Busia||Western|
|4||Kolanya Girls High School||7.3247||212||Busia||Western|
|5||Bukhalalire Secondary School||7.3125||213||Busia||Western|
|6||Sigalame High School||7.192||227||Busia||Western|
|7||St. Anne’s Bunyala High School (Extra County)||7.1915||228||Busia||Western|
|8||Nangina Girls High School||6.5054||259||Busia||Western|
|9||Mundika Boys High School||6.208||273||Busia||Western|
|10.||Khwilare High School||6.087||278||Busia||Western|
|11.||St. Monica Chakol Girls High School||5.927||284||Busia||Western|
|12.||St Joseph Kocholia||5.86||287||Busia||Western|
|13.||Budalangi Secondary School||5.72||291||Busia||Western|
|14.||St. Mary’s Amukura High School||5.635||296||Busia||Western|
KCSE 2022 Top 100 Candidates in Busia County,
KCSE 2022 Results per County- Top 100 Students in Busia County,
Busia County produced the following students in the top 100 KCSE 2022- January 2023 results. Top in the chat is Kolanya Girls and Butula Boys whose top candidates Melvin Akinyi and Darwin Lucas Omuse attained 81 points and 82 points respectively.
|1.||Kolanya Girls High School
|Melvin Akinyi Atieno||81||Busia||Western|
|2.||Butula Boys High School
|Darwin Lucas Omuse||82||Busia||Western|
KCSE RESULTS IN 2022-2023 FULL RANKING OF ALL SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN BUSIA COUNTY- WESTERN REGION,
List: Top 100 Students and Schools in 2022 KCSE Results for Busia County (Official),
List: How 2022 KCSE Candidates Performed
List: How 2022 KCSE Candidates Performed
- Total number of registered candidates KCSE 2022=881,416 (6.60% increase).
- Total number of KCSE Knec Marking centres=35.
- Total number of registered male candidates KCSE 2022=443,644 (50.33%).
- Total number of registered female candidates KCSE 2022=437,772 (49.6%).
- Top candidate in KCSE 2022= Isaac Mugambi of Langalanga Day Secondary School (A- 84 points).
- Highest score in KCSE 2022=A plain of 87 points.
- Improvement margin in KCSE 2022 Highest Score= a negative deviation of 3 points.
- KCSE Results 2022 release date: January 20, 2023.
- Special needs; 400-419 marks= 7 candidates
- Special needs; C+ and above= 190 learners
- Total number of A plain in KCSE 2022 Results= 1,146 candidates(0.13%).
- Total number of A- (Minus) in KCSE 2022 Results= 7,553 candidates(0.85%).
- Total number of B+ (plus) in KCSE 2022 Results= 23,235 candidates(2.63%).
- Total number of B (plain) in KCSE 2022 Results= 54,538 candidates(6.17%).
- Total number of B- (minus) in KCSE 2022 Results= 103,257 candidates(11.69%).
- Total number of C+ (plus) in KCSE 2022 Results= 173,345 candidates(19.62%).
Counties with More Male KCSE 2022 Candidates
Fourteen counties had more male than female candidates in the 2022 KCSE examination compared to 17 counties in 2021. These encompass: Mombasa, Kilifi, Tana River, Lamu, Turkana, Samburu, West Pokot, Kajiado, Narok, Homabay, Migori, Garissa, Wajir and Mandera.
Counties with High Gender Parity in Favour of Female Candidates in KCSE 2022
Seven counties with high gender disparity in favor of female candidates during the 2022 KCSE examination encompass Kirinyaga, Kiambu, Kitui, Meru, Tharaka Nithi, Vihiga, and Kisumu.
KCSE 2022 Results Performance per Subject
In the 2022 KCSE Examination, 17 subjects recorded a significant improvement in performance, compared with 11 subjects that recorded a significant improvement in performance in 2021.
There was no significant change in performance in four of the subjects offered during the 2022 KCSE Examination.
OVERALL GRADE DISTRIBUTION IN 2022 KCSE RESULTS
There were 1,146 (0.13%) candidates who obtained an overall Grade A in the 2022 KCSE Examination compared with 1,138 (0.14%) candidates in 2021.
On the other hand, the number of candidates with minimum university entry qualification of Grade C+ and above has risen to 173,345 (19.03%) in the year 2022 KCSE Examination
compared to 145,776 (17.55%) in 2021.
The number of candidates with a mean grade of D+ and above in the 2022 KCSE Examination is 522,588 (59.14%) compared with 442,251 (53.29%) in 2021.
Encouragingly, the number of candidates obtaining a mean grade of E in 2022 declined significantly to 30,822 (3.49%) despite the increase in candidature, compared with 46,151 (5.56%) in 2021. This clearly leads us to conclude that most of the candidates scored grades of higher quality.
Most significantly, all the remaining candidates are legible to join TVET institutions, Teacher Training Colleges, Medical
Training Colleges and other tertiary learning institutions for various courses.
Overall National Grade Summary for KCSE 2022
KCSE 2022 Results for Candidates with Special Needs
There were 190 (8.80%) candidates with special needs who obtained an overall grade of C+ and above in the 2022 KCSE examination.
ACCESSING OF THE 2022/2023 KCSE EXAMINATION RESULTS
Candidates will collect their results from their respective examination centers. Individual candidates’ results can also be accessed by sending a candidate’s index number followed by the initials “KCSE” through a Short Message Service (SMS) to 20076.