KCSE 2020 Results: Kibet Cheruiyot has been ranked as the most improved student in the KCSE 2020 results. Kibet, who scored 191 marks in his KCPE managed to get an impressive grade of B- in the KCSE exam.
Other most improved candidates were Maluti Tom from 199 to B-, and Kiptis Charity from 151 to C+. The most improved secondary school was Kaaga Grils School in Meru County.
In the 2019 KCSE results, one of the most remarkable performances in this year’s KCSE examinations was by Kinyua Milkah Wanjiru. Ms. Wanjiru had scored 179 marks in the 2015 KCPE. She scored a grade of B- in her KCSE giving her a guaranteed place at the university.
KCSE exams were administered from March 26, 2021 to April 21 2021. Marking started immediately after the exam was concluded on April 16.
The top 10 candidates were Simiyu Robinson Wanjala 87.334, Wasonga Allan 87.173, Sharon Chepngeno 87.173, Rob Ongare 87.173, Mbugua Esther 87.113, Kipkoech Mark 87.106, Kenneth Orange 87.049, Henry Madaga 87.046, Patience Chepkorir 87.046, Musomba Edith 87.013.
It involved at least 27,284 examiners and was conducted in about 33 national schools distributed in the eight regions, formerly provinces. KNEC data show that 752,933 candidates were registered to sit this year’s KCSE exam in 10,437 centres. A total of 667,222 candidates sat for the exams in the previous 2019 exams.