The 2020 KCSE Results is official out. According to Ag KNEC CEO Mercy Karogo,
marking of 2020 scripts was done by 25,135 examiners.
A total of 747,161 candidates registered & sat for 2020 examination in 10,567 examination centers countrywide.
A total of 893 candidates scored grade A plain in 2020 compared to the 627 candidates who got the same grade in 2019.
A total of 143,140 candidates scored C+ and above. This is compared to 125,747 in 2019.
Here is the top 10 candidates:
- Simiyu Robinson Wanjala, 87.334 – Murang’a High School
- Wasonga Allan Udoma, 87.173 – Agoro Sare Secondary School
- Sharon Chepng’eno 87.173 – Kenya High School
- Muriasi Rob Ong’are 87.139 – Alliance High School
- Mbugua Esther Washosh, 87.113 – Kenya High School
- Kipkoech Mark Kogo, 87.106 – Alliance High School
- Kenneth Oranga, 87.049 – Kabsabet High School
- Henry Madaga, 87,046 – Maranda High School
- Chepkorir Patience, 87.046 – Kenya High School
- Musomba Edith, 87.013 – Machakos Girls High School
Cheruiyot Bett Dennis was named the most improved candidate. He scored 140 marks in KCPE but managed to score a B- in KCSE.
Kaaga Girls School in Meru, St Joseph Girls Kitale, Kisasi Secondary School and Oringo Boys High School named most improved schools.
CS Magoha noted that all 747,171 students would be enrolled to higher education, tertiary institutions through KUPPS.
“All students deserve a place in our education system,” Magoha stated.
You can check the KCSE Results by sending the candidate’s index number to 20076. It cost Sh25.