KCPE RESULTS READY FOR RELEASE
HERE ARE THE DETAILS ON KCPE RELEASE DATES AND THE ONGOING KCSE EXAMS
The recently concluded KCPE National exam marking exercise has set the ball rolling for the release of the long-awaited results which will determine the transition of Kenyan learners from primary to secondary level.
According to The Standard, it is now up to President Uhuru Kenyatta to determine when the exams will be released.
Sources at the Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC have hinted that the processing of results for more than 1 million KCPE candidates is complete.
This, therefore, means that the results will be out this week.
The 7000 contracted KNEC examiners who were marking Kiswahili Insha and English Composition are ready to leave the designated marking centres after handing over the results.
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APPROVAL OF 2019 KCPE RESULTS
Inside sources have revealed that KNEC is expected to meet by Tuesday to approve the results of the 1, 088,986 pupils who sat for the KCPE exams.
If previous experience is anything to go by, candidates are likely to receive their results as from Wednesday.
KCPE RELEASE DATES
Last year, KCPE results were released on November 19 and in the year 2017 on November 21.
According to KNEC CEO Dr Mercy Karogo, the Marking and release of KCPE 2019 results will end by November 20.
This comes as all written KCSE examinations are set to end this week.
KNEC has already contracted 26, 597 examiners to mark the KCSE exams.
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READ ALSO: BEST SECONDARY SCHOOLS NATIONALLY KCSE 2018
Strathmore High School is a privately owned school. It topped in KCSE 2018 with a mean index of 72.28. It had a total of 84 candidates.
Moi High School Kabarak came second nationally with a performance index of 72.28. It had a total of 300 candidates.
Moi Tea Girls, an extra county secondary school in Kericho County was the best among other public secondary schools. The school had a total of 136 candidates and a performance index of 69.59.
Alliance Girls, a national school performed extremely well. Out of the 399 candidates who sat for the exam, some candidates managed straight As.
BELOW IS A LIST OF TOP 20 SECONDARY SCHOOLS NATIONALLY- THEIR CATEGORY AND LOCATION:
|NAME OF SCHOOL||CATEGORY||COUNTY|
|Moi High Schl Kabarak||Private||Nakuru|
|Moi Tea Girls||Extra County||Kericho|
|Kisima Mixed Sec.||Private||Nyandarua|
|Precious Blood Riruta||Extra County||Nairobi|
|Orero Boys Sec.||Extra County||Homa Bay|
|The Kenya High||National||Nairobi|
|Moi Girls, Eldoret||National||Uasin Gishu|
|Segero Adventist||Private||Uasin Gishu|
|Anestar Boys, Lanet||Private||Nakuru|
|Light Academy, Nairobi||Private||Nairobi|
|Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed-Nahyan||Private||Mombasa|
|Starehe Boys’ Centre||Private||Nairobi|
|Loreto High, Limuru||Private||Kiambu|
|· Mary Mother of Grace Sec. Schl.||National||Laikipia|
|· Maseno School||National||Kisumu|
|· Agoro Sare High||Extra County||Homa Bay|
|· Sunshine Secondary||Private||Nairobi|
|· Kyeni Girls High||Extra County||Embu|
|· Mutira Girls’ Sec.||Extra County||Kirinyaga|
|· St. Theresa’s Girls Sec.||Private||Samburu|
|· Maranda High||National||Siaya|
|· Murang’a High||National||Muranga|
|· Riara Springs Academy||Private||Nairobi|
|· Light Academy, Mombasa||Private||Mombasa|
|· Pioneer School||Private||Muranga|
|· Metkei Sec. Schl||Extra County||Elgeyo Marakwet|