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KCSE RESULTS 2016 Out - Sharp Drop in Performance

The  Kenya Certificate  of Secondary  Education  (KCSE)  exam  results  released  on Thursday 29 December 2016 registered  a drastic  reduction  in  high  grades. There were only  141  straight  As  compared  to  2,636  As in  2015 and  3,073 As in  2014.

While  announcing  the  results yesterday  at  Shimo  La Tewa High  School  in  Mombasa. Dr. Fred  Matiang'i  noted  that  out  of a total of 574,125 candidates who  sat the KCSE  examinations. only  88,929  scored  between  C+  and  A (plain) and all will be absorbed in  the universities.

This  was in sharp contrast  to  the  past years  where  in  2015,  those  who  scored  C+  and above were 165,766  and  149,719 in  2014

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The 2016 KCSE results were released on Thursday, December 29.

Bellow is the list of some top schools with the number of students who scored straight As

1Alliance Girls25
2Kenya High School21
3Kisii School6
4Mangu High School  3
5Kagumo High School 3
6Moi Girls Eldoret 2
7Kabarak High School2
8Kapsabet Boys High School2
9Nakuru Girls High School 1
10Utumishi Academy1
11Nakuru Boys High1
12Nakuru Boys High1
13Nyambaria Boys High1
14Friend’s Kamusinga1
15Baricho Boys1
16Baricho Boys1
17Meru School 1
18Moi High School1
19Agoro Sare High1
20Allidina Visram1
22Lamu Girls Secondary School1
23Nyeri High1
24Othaya Boys1
25St.Mary's Boys1
26Memon High1
27Murang'a High1
28Pioneer School1
29Light Academy Mombasa1
30Abu Hureira Academy1
31Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Secondary1

KCSE Results 2016 - 183,200 students  fails to meet the threshold for public universities placement.

Results released  on Thursday by CS Fred Matiang'i shows that 149,929 candidates scored D-, while 33,399 students scored E.

Matiang'i said 141 candidates scored As, 4,645 candidates scored A- while 10,975 scored B+, Dr. Matiang'i said all the 88,929 who scored between A and C+ will be absorbed into the universities. He added that the top 20 candidates consisted of 16 girls and 4 boys.

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is set to release 2016 KCSE results at 2:30pm today (Thursday) from Shimo la Tewa high school in Mombasa.

Matiang'i will be accompanied by education officials during the said exercise.

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KCSE Results 2016 to be  out Before December 25th

Education CS Fred Matiang'i has asked all parties involved with the 2016 KCSE to complete the job before Christmas celebrations.
He urged a quick 2016 KCSE process during the launch of form one selection at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development on Tuesday.

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The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results for 2015 have been released.
While launching the results on Thursday morning, Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i said there was an "unprecedented" 70 per cent rise in cases of exam irregularities.
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      KCSE Results 2015 - Examination Candidature

      A  total  of  522,870  candidates  sat  for  the  2015  KCSE  examination compared  to  483,630  candidates  in  the  year  2014,  representing an  increase  of  39,240  candidates  (8.11%). 

      Of  the  522,870 candidates  who  sat  for  the  2015  KCSE279,289  were  male,  while 243,581  were  female,  representing  a  gender  parity  of  male: 53.41%  to  female:  46.59%.  The  examination  was  taken  in  8,646 examination  centres  across  the  country,  compared  to  8,057 examination centres in the year 2014 representing an increase of 589 examination centres (7.31%).

      KCSE Results 2015 - Performance of Candidates Analysis

      In  the  2015  KCSE  examination 31.52%  translating  to  165,766 candidates  attained  the  minimum  university  entry  qualification  of C+  and  above.  This  compares  well  with  30.78%,  translating  to 149,717 candidates who attained an overall mean grade of C+ and above  in  the  2014  KCSE  examination

      Analysis  of  the  number  of candidates  attaining  a  mean  grade  of  C+  and  above  indicates  that 95,533  male,  translating  to  57.63%  and  70,233  female candidates,  translating  to  42.37%  attained  an  overall  mean  grade of C+ and above.   The  candidates  with  an  overall  mean  grade  of  A  decreased  from 3,073  candidates  (0.63%)  in  the  year  2014  to  2,636  candidates (0.50%)  in  the  year  2015

      Analysis  of  the  candidates  who  attained an  overall  mean  grade  of  A  by  gender  shows  that  1,976  male candidates  (74.96%)  and  660  female  candidates  (25.04%) attained this highest possible grade.

      KCSE Results 2014 Udates

      Update – KCSE Results 2014 – Top 15 Schools in KCSE Kabarak High School recorded the best mean score in last year’s Form Four examinations, according to a review of the results released on Tuesday.
      The school had a mean score of 11.357 and was closely followed by Kapsabet High School, also in the Rift Valley, which had a mean score of 11.125.
      Maseno School in Kisumu County had the third best mean score nationally — 10.935 — and was closely followed by Alliance High School with a mean score of 10.853.
      Earlier reports had indicated that Alliance appeared to have the best results, followed by Maranda in Siaya County. However, reports emerging on Wednesday gave a different and truer picture.
      Kabarak had the highest number of candidates with grade A, numbering 134, and was followed by Alliance with 123 and Maranda with 120.
      However, in calculating the mean score, the two schools had some candidates with between grades C+ and C- that weighed down their overall mean score.
      An analysis of the results indicated that Kapsabet Boys in Nandi County had 94 A, 63 A-, 76 B+, 27 B and 4 B-, giving it a mean score of 11.254.
      Maseno School had 83 candidates with A, 94 A-, 47 B+, 17 B and six with B-, giving the school a mean score of 10.9.
      Other schools that emerged among top performers nationally were Nairobi School, with a mean score of 10.853, Asumbi Girls in Homa Bay County with 10.759, Starehe Boys Centre (10.637), Utumishi Academy (10.58) and Rang’ala Girls in Siaya County with a mean score of 10.476.
      Mang’u High School had a mean score of 10.466 while Maranda had 10.45.
      Alliance, besides having 123 straight As also had the second highest number of candidates (348) after Maranda (480), followed by Nairobi School (316).
      Releasing the results, Prof Kaimenyi noted that there was significant improvement in the performance, with those candidates obtaining grade A rising to 3,073, up from 2, 722 in 2013.


      KCSE Results 2014 Released

      Alliance High School appeared to have registered the best performance countrywide in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations, whose results were released on Tuesday.
      The national school in Kiambu County had a mean score of 11.402 and was followed by Maranda in Siaya County, which had a mean score of 11.401 and Kabarak, in Nakuru County with 11.358.
      Other schools that emerged among top performers were Mang’u, a national school in Kiambu County and Starehe Boys in Nairobi County.
      Maryhill School, which was ranked 9th nationally in 2013 with a mean score of 10.6919, dropped to 9.830 last year while Mang’u had a mean score of 10.751, up from 10.150 the previous year.
      For the first time in history, a candidate from Mandera County scored an A, the first in the history of KCSE. Ibrahim Abdi Ali, a student at Sheikh Ali Secondary School in the troubled Rhamu sub-county scored 81 points.
      The top three schools will be sending an army of 1,067 candidates to university next year, assuming a cut-off of B (plain). Of these, 470 will be from Maranda, 332 from Alliance and 265 from Kabarak.
      Kabarak High recorded the highest number of candidates with grade A (134) compared to Alliance’s 123 and Maranda’s 120.
      Alliance, besides having 123 straight A, had 119 candidates with A-, 62 with B+, 28 with B, 11 with B-, three with C+ and one C.
      Three candidates had a mean score of 84.

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      The principal, Mr David Kariuki, said: “If we had ranking of students as was the case in the past, we are sure these three students would have been among the top 10 candidates in the country.”

      KCSE Results 2014 – Maranda High School

      Maranda High School in Siaya County, rising from the ashes after its results were cancelled in 2013, had 120 candidates with grade A, 145 with A-, B 65, B- 35, C 5 and 1 C, giving it a mean score of 11.401. Principal Boaz Owino said the results vindicated his school.

      KCSE Results 2014 – Kabarak High School

      Kabarak had 134 A, 114 A-, 17 B+, 8 B and 1 B- in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations (KCSE), translating into a mean score of 11.358.
      School Principal Henry Kiplagat described it as the best performance in history and attributed the success to good discipline by the students and dedication by the teachers.

      KCSE Results 2014 – Starehe Boys Centre

      Another traditional good performer, Starehe Boys Centre, recovered from last year’s slump to post an impressive mean mark of 10.65.
      Starehe Principal Peter Ndung’u said: “We are very happy that out of 248 candidates, 246 will be joining universities.”

      KCSE Results 2014 – St. Mary’s Boys Secondary School

      In Nyeri County, St. Mary’s Boys Secondary School outperformed giants like Kagumo and Nyeri to post a mean score of 9.728. Kagumo High School had a mean of 9.59.

      KCSE Results 2014 – Meru School

      In Meru County, Meru School has posted the best results since it was founded in 1956.
      As was the case with the Standard Eight examinations, candidates or schools were not ranked, following the ban by Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi, who insisted the practice was fraught with many shortcomings and encouraged unethical practices.
      According to a survey by the Nation, the top performers were national schools. Boys also seemed to have fared far better than girls.
      Among the top performers were Kapsabet Boys of Nandi County with a mean score of 11.254, Maseno School with a mean score of 10.9.
      Mangu of Kiambu County with 10.751 and Lenana School in Nairobi.


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      KCSE Results 2014 – Precious Blood, Riruta

      KCSE RESULTS - Precious Blood, Riruta
      KCSE RESULTS - Precious Blood, Riruta
      Precious Blood, Riruta, a county school run by Catholic sisters and which posts good results every year, lived up to its tradition, recording 24 A, 55 A-, 37 B+, 1C. Another Catholic-run school, Asumbi Girls in Homa Bay had a mean score of 10.75. Rang’ala Girls in Siaya County had a mean score of 10.5, while Mary Hill Girls in Thika had a mean score of 9.830.
      Releasing the results, Prof Kaimenyi noted that there was a significant improvement in the performance, with those candidates obtaining grade A rising to 3,073, up from 2, 722 in 2013.


       KCSE  Results 2014– Overall Performance

      More than 3,073 candidates scored an overall mean grade of A in the 2014 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination that was released on Tuesday.
      This was an increase from 2,722 candidates in 2013.
      “Overall mean grade of A by gender shows that 2,133 male candidates (69.4 per cent) and 940 female candidates (30.6 per cent) attained this highest possible grade,” said Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi when he released the results at Mitihani House in Nairobi.
      About 11,768 candidates scored an A- , 19,814 scored B+, 29,319 scored B, 38,315 scored B-, 47,428 candidates scored C+, and 58,688 scored C.
      Another 70,677 candidates scored C-, 76,198 scored D+ with 73,501 scoring D, 47,716 D- and 5,636 E.
      Those who scored E in 2013 were 7,042.
      About 149,717 candidates attained the minimum university entry qualification of C+ compared to 123,365 candidates in 2013.



      KCSE Results 2014 – Performance by Gender



      Performance by gender showed that 88,299 (59 per cent) male and 61,418 (41 per cent) female candidates attained an overall mean grade of C+ and above.
      Prof Kaimenyi said the result was for candidates who enrolled in Standard One in 2003 and Form One in 2011 and were the first beneficiaries of Free Primary Education and Free Secondary Education.
      “This is, therefore, a realisation of the government’s vision to increase the number of children accessing a full cycle of primary and secondary education,” said the Cabinet secretary.
      However, he admitted that the dropout rate of students in secondary school remains a challenge.
      “During the year 2011, when the 2014 KCSE examination cohort joined Form 1, a total of 521,601 students were admitted into our secondary schools. Out of these, 483,630 sat for the KCSE examination in the 2014, representing an overall wastage of 7.85 per cent,” said Prof Kaimenyi.
      This was of great concern to the ministry given the huge resources that the government had invested in secondary school education, he said. 


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      KCSE Results 2014 – Results of 2,975 Cheats Cancelled

      Examination results for 2,975 candidates, some from national schools, were cancelled for cheating, the Education Cabinet secretary revealed on Tuesday.
      The number, however, was a significant drop from the 3,812 whose results were cancelled in the 2013 examination.
      Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi said it was sad that top schools were involved in cheating, threatening the credibility of national examinations.
      “County schools, followed by sub-county schools, had the highest number of cheats,” said Prof Kaimenyi when he released the results at Mitihani House in Nairobi on Tuesday.
      Without disclosing names, he said it was a big disappointment that five national schools, despite admitting top students, were involved in examination irregularities.

      “I wonder why a national school would admit the cream of the KCPE performers and still cheat. If the cream of the nation cheat, what will the rest do?” asked Prof Kaimenyi.
      He said the vice had been made worse by the fact that principals and headteachers were “in the forefront of perpetuating examination cheating”.
      He said he was extremely disappointed that instead of being role models to students, the teachers were, instead, showing children in their care how to cheat.
      “These students will live with this dishonesty. They will never trust seniors, their self-esteem is affected even if they score top grades,” said Prof Kaimenyi.

      According to the Kenya National Examination Council, the most common method of cheating involves collusion and 2,410 candidates’ results were cancelled because of this.
      Some candidates caught cheating defied a ban on mobile phones and took the gadgets into the examination room, contributing greatly to the high number of irregularities.
      Officials confiscated 179 phones in examination rooms.
      Prof Kaimenyi said other candidates smuggled in notes.
      According to last year’s KCSE examination statistics, only seven counties did not have a single case of cheating.
      These were Taita-Taveta, Tana River, Lamu, Nyandarua, Marsabit, Siaya and Nyamira.
      Lamu and Taita-Taveta counties have again maintained a clean record in the 2014 exams.
      The number of examination centres that recorded cases of cheating also went down from 2.6 per cent to 2.2 per cent.
      “While this is laudable, we should be vigilant to ensure that the number of candidates cheating in examinations drops to zero,” said Prof Kaimenyi.

      KCSE Results 2014 – Subject Performance

      The CS listed some of the subjects that registered improved performance as English, geography, chemistry, power mechanics and drawing and design.
      Mathematics, physics, business studies and aviation were the subjects in which candidates performed poorly.



      KCSE Results 2013 - Summary

      - Top candidates: Kingori Tom Wanderi (Alliance), Aloo Shem (Maranda), Kivuva Angela (Moi High), Borus Norah Chelangat (Precious B)
      - Top schools; 1. Alliance High School top school in KCSE 2013, Moi High Kabarak second and Precious Blood Riruta third. All with mean grades of A-

      KCSE Results - Top 10 schools nationally 2013

      1. Alliance High School A-
      2. Moi High School Kabarak A-
      3. Precious Blood Riruta A-
      4. Kapsabet Boys A-
      5. Maseno School A-
      6. Molo Academy A-
      7. Strathmore School A-
      8. Chavakali High School A-
      9. Maryhill Girls High School A-
      10. Kenya High School A-

      KCSE Results - Top students KCSE 2013

      1. Kingori Tom Wanderi (Alliance High School) - Joined Strathmore University
      2. Obiero Aloo Shem (Maranda High School)
      3. Kivuva Angela Nzisa (Moi High School, Nakuru)

      KCSE Results Top Candidate 2013 (Kingori Tom Wanderi)
      KCSE Results Top Candidate 2013 (Kingori Tom Wanderi)
      4. Borus Norah Chelagat (Precious Blood Girls, Riruta)
      5. Osoro O. Brian (Nairobi School)
      6. Mokogi Motanya Benson (Chavakali High School)
      7. Makokha Calvin Mwadime (Nairobi School)
      8. Gwala Fidel Odhiambo (Maranda High School)
      9. Biwott J. Brenda (Kenya High)
      10. Okonda L. Joseph (Alliance High School)

      KCSE Results - Top Private Schools KCSE 2013

      1. Moi High School, Kabarak
      2. Strathmore School
      3. Anestar Boys High School, Lanet
      4. Pioneer School, Murang'a
      5. Mary Mother of Grace Secondary School, Laikipia
      6. Wamy High School, Nairobi
      7. Sunshine Secondary School, Nairobi
      8. Light Academy, Nairobi
      9. Kianda School, Nairobi
      10. Chemelil Academy, Kisumu

      - King'ori Tom Wanderi top student in 2013 KCSE Exams.
      - The number of candidates who scored A grades increased from 1,975 in 2012 to 2,722 in 2013
      - There was a decline in performance in English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Geography and Agriculture
      - The decline in English performance is consistent with the use of digital devices.
      - Kiswahili, Biology, Physics, CRE, Business Studies and History subjects had significant improvement compared to 2012


      KCSE Results - Top counties KCSE 2013 Results

      1. Samburu
      2. Siaya
      3. Elgeyo Marakwet
      4. West Pokot
      5. Trans Nzoia
      6. Bomet
      7. Kisumu
      8. Busia
      9. Embu
      10. Uasin Gishu

      - Top KCSE 2013 Districts: 1. Westlands 2. Loima 3. Samburu Central 4. East Pokot
      - Precious Blood, Riruta was the top school in Nairobi followed by Strathmore School and Kenya High School.
      - 123,365 candidates qualify for university
      - In 2013, 3,353 KCSE candidates were involved in a form of cheating.
      -  One candidate nearly chocked as she tried to chew the unauthorized material
      - Others even go as far as writing notes on their thighs where invigilators cannot access for obvious reasons
      - From KCSE 2014 candidates involved in exam irregularities may be barred from sitting for any exam for three years.
      - Cases of candidates being caught with mobile phones are also on the increase
      - Taita Taveta, Baringo, Bomet and Lamu counties did not register KCSE exam irregularities
      - The number of candidates who do not answer questions is on the increase.
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      Tom Wanderi Kingori & Alliance High School Top

      Kingori Tom Wanderi of Alliance High School and Kivuva Angela Nzisa of Moi High School Kabarak were the top performing boy and girl in the 2013 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination.

      Wanderi who scored an average of 87.11 percent was followed by Aloo Shem of Maranda High School who was the second best performing student nationally.

      Alliance High School and Moi High School Kabarak were the best performing schools overall followed by Precious Blood Riruta and Kapsabet Boys.

      There was an overall decline in the 2013 KCSE examination performance compared to 2012 with 123,365 scoring C+ required for admittance into University.

      KCSE Results - Top 10 students nationally

      1. Kingori Tom – Alliance High School
      2. Aloo Shem – Maranda High
      3. Kivuva Angela – Moi Kabarak
      4. Norah Chelagat – Precious Blood Riruta
      5. Osoro Brian – Nairobi School
      6. Mukoji Benson – Chavakali
      7. Magoha Mwadime – Nairobi School
      8. Fidel Odhiambo – Maranda
      9. Biwott Brenda – Kenya High
      10. Okonda Joseph – Alliance High School

      KCSE Results - Top 10 schools nationally

      1. Alliance H/school A-
      2. Moi High School Kabarak A-
      3. Precious Blood Riruta A-
      4. Kapsabet Boys A-
      5. Maseno School A-
      6. Molo Academy A-
      7. Strathmore School A-
      8. Chavakali High School A-
      9. Mary Hill Girls High School A-
      10. Kenya High School A-


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