List of Top 10 KCSE 2020 Candidates, Grades and Schools.
The 2020 KCSE Results were released on Monday 10 May 2021 just three weeks after the last paper was administered on Wednesday April 21. A total of 747,171 candidates sat for the examination in 10,567 centres spread across the country.
This year’s exam has also posted a good overall performance with 893 students scoring an A as compared to 2019 where 627 students scored the grade.
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Simiyu Robinson Wanjala from Murang’a High School has emerged the best student in the examination with an A of 87.334 points followed closely by Wasonga Allan and Sharon Chepng’eno with 87.173 points.
Here is a list of the top ten students, their mean grades and schools:
1. Simiyu Robinson Wanjala- 87.334- Murang’a High School
2. Wasonga Allan Udoma- 87.173- Agoro Sare Secondary School
3. Sharon Chepng’eno- 87.173- Kenya High School
4. Muriasi Rob Ongare- 87.139- Alliance High School
5. Mbugua Esther Washosho- 87.113- Kenya High School
6. Kipkoech Mark Kogo- 87.106- Alliance High School
7. Kenneth Oranga- 87.049- Kabsabet High School
8. Henry Madaga- 87.046- Maranda High School
9. Chepkorir Patience- 87.046- Kenya High School
10. Musomba Edith- 87.013- Machakos Girls High School
Out of the total candidates who sat for the exam, 143,140 have managed to score the minimum university entry grade of C+. This year a larger number of students shall be enrolled in universities as compared to 2019 where 125,747 students were enrolled.
Kaaga girls in Meru was the most improved school followed by St Joseph Girls Kitale, Kisasi Secondary and Oringo Boys High School.
Cheruiyot Bet Dennis was recognized as the most improved student who scored 140 marks in KCPE but attained a B in KCSE.
A total of 893 students have scored an A with 6,420 scoring an A-. Also, 14,427 have scored a B+, 25,207 scoring a B. Some 38,194 students have scored a B- with 57,999 scoring a C+. Other 600,159 students have scored less than C+ and shall not be eligible for university entry but shall be enrolled in technical training institutions.
Cs Magoha said that all the candidates would be enrolled in tertiary education in Universities, Colleges and technical training institutions.
Earlier in the day, President Uhuru Kenyatta had received the results from the Cs at State House where he congratulated the candidates for posting an excellent performance despite all the challenges resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic.