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Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed is set to release the 2018 KCSE Exam Results at KNEC headquarters in Nairobi today 21st December 2018. This is after briefing President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House. 

Here is a list of the top 100 students in 2018 kcse exams as malecandidates dominated the list of top 100 KCSE 2018 exam performers.

Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed is expected anytime from now to release the 2018 kcse examination results of more than 600,000 KCSE exam candidates who sat for their exams in November 2018 . SMS number will be provided during the official release to enable candidates to access their results.

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KCSE 2018 exam results to come out before December 25th  Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed said marking will be done in good time in order to allow parents to plan. - KCSE exam results for the year 2017 were released on December 20.

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The Leading Candidate in 2018 kcse Results (JULIET OTIENO)

Juliet Otieno Of Pangani Girls Leads In 2018 kcse Results
Juliet Otieno of Pangani Girls is the best candidate overall in the 2018 Form 4 national exams. She emerged the best after garnering 87.644 points. Other top candidates in the released kcse results are Brian Njenga of  Mang'u High School, Shirleen Moraa of Moi Girls' Nairobi and Kalume James of Maseno School.
It Is Now Official KCSE 2018 Results Have Been Released Watch Live

The 2018  results of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations will be released in the next few days (possible before December 20) as marking was completed on Friday. A total of 664,585 candidates wrote the tests which began on November 5 and ended on November 28.

KCSE Results 2018 & New grading system

SubjectMarks (%)Grade
Mathematics 70A
Physics 60A

SMS number will be provided during the official release of 2018 kcse results which are expected to be released on December 20th 2018.

Kenya Certificate for Primary Education Exams are usually conducted in the month of November, and results are available before the 24th of December.


Kenya Certificate for Secondary Education Exams are usually conducted from the month of October with projects, practicals and theory papers to officially end in the month of November and Upon the release of KCSE examinations, the candidates can access their results through SMS number provided during the official release of results.


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KCSE results 2017; Great improvement

Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has released the 2017 Kenya Certificate of Secondary School at Nairobi School. A total of 615,773 candidates sat for the exam this year compared to 577,253 candidates who wrote the KCSE exams in 2016.

Only 70,073 candidates have attained university entry mean grade of C+, with 142 candidates getting As. Last year, 88,929 attained university entry grades, while 141 got As.

Female students beat their male counterparts in the 2017 KCSE Exams

According to the KCSE results released this afternoon by Education CS Fred Matiang’i, female students performed better than their male counterparts.

Naomi Karimi Kawira from Pangani Girls is the  2017 KSCE top candidate with a mean score of 87.011 points while Sharon Chepchumba from Moi girls is second best with 86.83 points and Wrapping up the top three list is Kamau Brian Maina from Alliance High School.

According to the CS, some of the schools that made an impression include: Alliance Girls, Kenya High and Pangani Girls.

KCSE Exams Results 2017 Grade As

142 students score  plain A's while 2,714 others had a mean grade of A-minus.

The CS noted that the total number of grade As improved to 142 from last year’s 141. There was however a decrease in number of students who scored A- from 4,645 in 2016 to 2, 714 in 2017. He noted that female candidates performed better than male ones in this year’s KCSE.

KCSE Exams Results 2017 From 10 Schools withheld

Dr Matiang’i said results from 10 secondary schools had been withheld over exam irregularities and that the Education Ministry would give a detailed report on January 18.  "Withholding results of the schools because we want further analysis. Our examiners noted clear evidence of collusion," Education CS Fred Matiang'i said. The CS hailed the collaboration with the ministries of  Defense and ICT, The military for transporting the exams and ICT for assisting in the marking.

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KCSE Results Top Student

The top student in this year’s KCSE is Naomi Karimi from Pangani Girls followed by Sharon Chepchumba of Moi Girls Eldoret. Out of the 10 ten students, six are girls from Pangani Girls, Moi Girls Eldoret and Mary Hill Girls.

KCSE Results 2017/2018 Top 10 students

1. Karimi Naomi from Pangani Girls - 87.011 
KCSE Leading Candidate - Karimi Naomi of Pangani Girls High School
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2. Sharon Chepchumba from Moi Girls, Eldoret - 86.830
Sharon Chepchumba  of Moi Eldoret - KCSE Position 2 Nationally
Sharon Chepchumba
    3. Kamau Brian Maina from Alliance High School - 86. 757
Kamau Brian Maina of Alliance - KCSE Position 3 Nationally
Kamau Brian Maina
4. Odero Donata from Lenana - 86.561
Odero Donatta of Lenana - KCSE Positions 4 Nationally
Odero Donatta
5. Harriet Mueke from Mary Hills Girls in Molo - 85.956
Harriet Mueke of Mary Hill - KCSE Position 5 Nationally
Harriet Mueke
6. Brian Ongiri  Kanga High School  - 85.944
Brian Ongiri of Kanga High School candidate ranked sixth in the KCSE 2017 results
Brian Ongiri

7. Moraa Mong’ina  of Pangani Girls - 85.91
8. Mwatate Emily of Pangani Girls -
9. Wahome Wanyiri from Moi Girls Eldoret

10. Omondi from Maranda High School


How to view KCSE Results 2017/2018 via the phone

Candidates who sat for the KCSE exam this year can now view their results via SMS by sending their index number through the SMS code 22252. They can also visit the KNEC portal. The CS also noted that the students can get their results from their respective secondary schools soonest by tomorrow. 

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