Editor's Review

Male Candidates performed well in the 2022 KCSE than their female counterparts. 

Robert Carlos of Mbita High School has emerged as the top student in the just released 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results.

Carlos scored an A plain of 84 points.

Kairu Vincent Kinyua of Mangu High School followed him with an A of 84 points and Swan Michael Ngweno of Maseno High School with A of 84 points.

File image of CS Ezekiel Machogu and President William Ruto

Others in the top 10 include;

Samie David Sentent (A, 84 points) Mangu High School

Koech Kimutai Vic (A, 84 points) Alliance High School

Issac Mgambi (A, 84 points) Langalanga Secondary School

Mwapahe Moses Chengo (A, 83 points) Alliance High School

Mwaniki Winnie Abigail (A, 83 points) Mary Hill Girls High School

Gitimbu Franklin Koome (A, 83 points) Kitui High School

Kenda Jemosop Elizabeth (A, 83 points) Kenya High School.

CS Machogu noted that in the 2022 KCSE, 1,146 students scored grade A compared to 1,138 in 2021.

The number of students who attained the university entry of C+ and above was 173,345 out of 881, 416 students who sat for the exam.

 “The number of students with minimum university entry qualification of grade C+ and above has risen to 173,345 forming 19.03 percent in the year 2022 KCSE examination compared to 145,776 which was 17.55 percent in 2021,” CS Machogu announced.

The Education CS also noted that in 2022 1,146 students scored grade A compared to 1,138 in 2021.