Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha

Finaly the results of the KCSE 2021 exam have been announced. Approximately 826,000 candidates took the KCSE 2021 exam at 10,413 centers across the country.

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha announced the results at KNEC headquarters in Nairobi

Jariel Ndeda Obura from Mang’u High School is the best student in KCPE 2021 after earning an A mark of 87.167 points.

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Mukuha Timothy Kamau from Alliance emerged second with A of 87.139 points. 

He was followed by Job Ngala who scored 87.10 who was a student at Mangu High School.

Reuben Osolo from Kapsabet High School is the best student with special needs scoring A of 84 points.

In the KCPE 2020 exam, the best student was Robinson Wanjala Simiyu from Murang’a High School who scored an A of 87.334 points. Wanjala was followed by Allan Wasonga from Agoro Sare High School who scored 87.173 points.

1,138 candidates scored an A of 78. 789 of them were boys while girls were 349. 3819 boys were able to get A- while 2154 girls got the mark.

Approximately 145,000 candidates were able to earn more than a C + mark. All of them will be able to join the university directly.

Read: Magoha: 38,797 KCPE Candidates to Join National Schools

441 cases of exam theft have been reported in KCSE 2021. The results of these candidates have been canceled. 

The results of one school have been suspended as investigations into allegations of theft continue.

Candidates can find out their results by sending their Index Number to 20076. Candidate can use any telephone service to check their results.

These are the final results of  Magoha as a Cabinet Secretary in President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration

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