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How to check Kcse Results for the whole School-Examination 2017/2018

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Kcse Results for the year 2017 has been released. Students can Download there results online Knec Portal or by sending sms with index number to 22252.

Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi released the 2017 Form Four exam results at Nairobi School.

The CS said there was a notable improvement in the 2017 KCSE results with 142As as compared to those of 2016 where 141 candidates got grade A.

He noted that female candidates performed better than male candidates in this year’s KCSE.

Results from 10 secondary schools have been withheld over exam irregularities cases and the Education Ministry will give a detailed report on January 18.

Download Kcse Result Slip 2017 here>>

How to get KCSE 2017 results via mobile phone SMS short code

To get examination results via sms code, candidates can;

Check there KCSE results via sms by sending their index number through sms to 22252

Students can also get their results in their respective high schools after release.

How to Check KCSE 2017 results online portal

Candidates can check their results using the KNEC portal.

To check KCSE results online, go to the KNEC website: http://www.knec-portal.ac.ke/ and enter your Index number.

Best Top Students in KCSE Results 2017

  1. Karimi Naomi Kawira – Pangani Girls 87.01
  2. Sharon Chepchumba – Moi Gilrs Eldoret 86.830.
  3. Kamau Brian Maina- Alliance High School-86.757
  4. Odero Donatta – Lenana School- 86.561
  5. Harriet Mueke – Mary Hill Girls – 85.956
  6. Brian Ongiri Okundi – Kanga High School– 85.944
  7. Moraa Mong’ina – Pangani Girls-85.910
  8. Mwathathe Emily – Pangani Girls-85.883

Top Secondary Schools KCSE 2017

Girls’ schools performed better in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations.

List of top schools in KCSE results 2017

  1. Singore Girls High Elgeyo Marakwet 69.9 points
  2. Light Academy Mombasa – 69.1 points
  3. Alliance Girls School – 68.6 points
  4. Kenya High School – 68.2 points
  5. Loreto Girls School Limuru – 68.1 points.
  6. Kisima Mixed Sec – Nyandarua
  7. Moi Girls High School- Eldoret
  8. Kapsabet Boys- Nandi
  9. Alliance High School- Kiambu
  10. Pangani Girls- Nairobi

Download List of Top 100 Students Kcse 2017 here>>

Download List of Top 100 Schools Kcse Results 2017 Ranking here>>

 

KCSE 2017: Only 70,000 Attained University Grade

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

There has been a decline in candidates who got A-.

Only 2,714 candidates got A-, compared to 4,645 A- in 2016.

Female candidates have performed better. “In six subjects female candidates performed way better than the men and also the bulk of schools that have done well are girls schools,” Matiang’i mentioned three schools that have done well: Alliance Girls, Kenya High and Pangani Girls.

“Pangani Girls is the most improved this year.  The top three candidates are from Pangani, Moi High School Eldoret and Alliance High School.

Results 2017 for 10 schools withheld, principal puts phones in water

Ten schools will miss the 2017 KCSE examination results following suspected malpractice during exams.

“Withholding results of the schools because we want further analysis. Our examiners noted clear evidence of collusion,” Education CS Fred Matiang’i said.

Speaking at Nairobi School on Wednesday, Matiang’i said a team has been setup to scrutinise results and will be released on January 18.

“I know people will ask us to prove this allegations and that is why we have asked for more expertise,” he said.

Matiang’i narrated how one school in the Rift valley engaged them in frustrating behaviours during the exams.

“They have engaged in frustrating malpractice. Every senior officer went to that school because of the problems we had,” he said.

“The principal of this school took the cell phones and put them in a bucket of water. It indicates their desperate efforts,” he said.

Matiang’i said the board of the school will be de-registered and did not name the schools affected.

Kcse Results 2016

KCSE results 2016 examination  has been released. Only 88,929 students scored between A and C+ (plus) in this year’s KCSE examinations, Education CS Fred Matiang’i said on Thursday.

“All candidates who scored between grade A and C+ will be absorbed in universities,” he said during the release of the results at Shimo la Tewa High School in Mombasa.

Matiang’i said 141 candidates scored As, 4,645 candidates scored A- and 10,975 scored B+ (plus).

“This is a true reflection of candidates’ result, without manipulation and massaging of the results,” the Cabinet Secretary said.

Matiang’i said that the top 20 candidates consisted of 16 girls and 4 boys. The CS said that no results have been cancelled.

“There was no cheating in this examination. All candidates will receive their results which are a reflection of their effort,” he said.

He said there are schools that registered 196 As in 2015 but noted that they could not produce as little as 15 this year.

“However, two schools have been consistent in the number of candidates who got grade A…that is Alliance Girls High School and Kenya High,” he said.

How to check Kcse Results

Candidates have been advised to check the results by sending their index number to SMS code 22252.

Matiang’i was accompanied by education officials during the release of the results for the 577,253 candidates who wrote KCSE this year.

KCSE was administered from November 7 to 30, 2016 in 9,158 centers across the country.

Earlier this month, Matiang’i had asked all parties involved in the 2016 KCSE to complete the job before Christmas celebrations.

The CS, during the launch of form one selection at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, urged the examiners to work round the clock to ensure the exams are released within schedule.

In 2015, results of 5,101 students were cancelled, the highest  figure in the history of examinations in the country.

This translated to a 70 per cent rise in the number of cases of irregularities compared to the 2,975 cases reported in 2014.

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