Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has announced the 2022 KCSE Results and there has been a lot of conversation surrounding the results. During the release, it was pointed out that the male counterparts performed better than the female students. There was a total of 1146 As, 875 of which were male. 6,407 candidates got a mean grade of A- which was an improvement from the year 2021.
In addition, the male candidates also had more B+, with a total of 9578 as compared to the 6104 females. A total of 30822 students scored a grade of E, an improvement from the last year which was 46151. 173,345 candidates obtained a mean grade of C+ and above and will be proceeding to the University.
KCSE 2022 Results Top Candidates
The top candidates are;
1. Kemboy Allan Kipkorir- A (84 points) Kapsabet Boys High School, Nandi County
2. Kulthum Ahmed Abdulmajin- A (83 points) Sheikh Khalifa, Mombasa County
3. Imran Yusuf Mahmoud- A (81 points), Sheikh Khalifa, Mombasa County
4. Nyamu Faith Njoki- A (82 points) Pangani Girls, Nairobi County
5. Emaad Faris Said- A (82 points) Alliance High School, Kiambu County
6. Karinga Ambrose Wambugu- A (81 points), Sheikh Khalifa, Mombasa County
7. Kasumuni Amani Idd- A (81 points) Mangu High School, Kiambu County
8. Mburu Caleb Njoroge- A (83 points) Mangu High School, Kiambu County
9. Ogari Philip Otara- A (84 points)Cardianal Otunga, Kisii
10. Diana Zippy- A (82 points) Moi Kabarak, Nakuru
11. Ouma Edith Muthoni- A (84 points) Alliance Girls, Kiambu
12. Trevor Nyamwaya Ochenge- A (81 points) Alliance Girls, Kiambu
13. Mutia Grace Moli- A (81 points) St Marys Girls Meru
14. Ekuam Levin Ekalale- A (82 points), Kapsabet Boys Nandi
15. Gabriel Ombunna Momanyi- A(83 points), St Anthony’s Boys, Kitale
16. Isaac Mugambi- A (84 points), Langalanga Secondary Nakuru
You can access KCSE results by sending an SMS of your index number to 20076.
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