2018 KCSE results better than last year

Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed says this year’s results of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations are better than last year.

315 candidates scored an A plain, an improvement from 141 in 2017.

Juliet Otieno from Pangani Girls, Nairobi emerged as the top candidate in this year’s KCSE after scoring an A of 87.664 points.

The other top four students in the country are:

James Kanuna – Maseno School

Edwin Otieno Ouko – Light Academy

Ian Duncan Mwangi – Moi High School Kabarak

Humphrey Rasugu – Maseno School

90,377 candidates scored a C+ and above and meet the minimum university entry qualification.

“Overall, the 2018 KCSE examinations were free of any leakage. There was not a single question or examinations paper that was leaked to anyone before the scheduled start of the individual examinations,” said Education CS Amina Mohammed.

Girls out-performed boys in English, Kiswahili, CRE, Home science and metal work.

The CS said that results of about 100 students were cancelled.

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