KCSE 2019 Results: One of the most remarkable performances in this year’s KCSE examinations was by Kinyua Milkah Wanjiru.
Ms. Wanjiru had scored 179 marks in the 2015 KCPE. She scored a grade of B- in her KCSE giving her a guaranteed place at the university.
The top candidate for this year’s exams was Huluma Wabuko Tony of Kapasabet Boys with a mean grade A (87.159 points).
The results came within 21 days following the completion of this year’s examination. The exam was conducted in 10,287 centres across the country.
The number of candidates who attained A plain 627 up from 315 from last year.
A total of 667,222 candidates sat for the exams began on November 4 and ended on 27. The marking was concluded by December 13.
The general performance for this year’s examinations was better than that of the KCSE 2018. 17 counties had more female candidates than male.
Over 1,300 candidates will not receive their results. Their results were cancelled for taking part in exam irregularities. Use of mobile phones and impersonation were the most rampant cases of exam malpractices.
To get the results, you can send the full index number followed by KCSE to 20076.