Candidates with A score rise marginally in 2022 KCSE results

By Valery Akinyi

The number of candidates who attained the A score has increased this year to reach 1,146 candidates in the just released 2022 KCSE results.

In 2021 KSCE results 1,138 students scored A.

Education Cabinet Secretary, Ezekiel Machogu who was speaking during the release of the results Friday 20th 2023, said that 271 female students attained a mean grade of A.

“A total of 875 male students attained a mean grade of A, males have done better and I hope going forward, females will improve,” he said.

The CS announced the results to the public after meeting the President William Ruto at the State House in Nairobi.

In the 2022 KSCE exams 884, 263 candidates sat for the paper, 405962 were male while 420845 were female.

The CS announced that 173,345 candidates scored C+ and above.

At the same time, the number of candidates with mean grade of E declined to 30,822 compared to 46,151 of the previous year.

Following the release Candidates can now access their results through the Kenya National Examination Council website.

Alternatively those using the SMS platform, the CS said parents, guardians and students should send their index number, followed by the initials KCSE (in capital letters) to 20076 to access the results.

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