– Education CS George Magoha released the 2020 KCSE results earlier today, Monday, May 10.
– Magoha also recognised students who had performed poorly in their KCPE exams but scored good grades in KCSE.
– The CS said their performance had dismantled the myth that one had to attend well-known national schools to qualify for university.
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has recognised students who improved in their 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary School (KCSE) exams.
The CS released the results just two weeks after the 741,161 candidates finished their papers on April 21, 2021.
Speaking at Mitihani House while officially announcing the results on Monday, May 10, the tough-talking CS congratulated the most improved students who had scored below 200 in their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations but had scored good grades in the KCSE that automatically qualify them for university.
In his speech, Magoha said the performance of the students had dismantled the myth that one had to attend well-known national schools to qualify for university as the improved students were either in the county or extra county secondary schools.
“They had scored below 200 and they are now going to university from the county schools,” he said.
List Of Most Improved Students
1. Cheruiyot Bett Dennis from Kimargis Secondary School. He had 190 in KCPE but scored B-.
2. Maluti Tom from St Teresa Secondary School. He had 199 in KCPE but scored B- in KCSE.
3. Kipees Charity from Olderkesi Secondary School scored 151 in KCPE but C+ in KCSE.
4. Sadeya Sempeyo Hslavin from Oldekesi Secondary School. She scored 168 in KCPE to a B- in KCSE.
5. Kamar Abdullahi from Habaswein Mixed Day Secondary School scored 163 marks in KCPE but passed in 2020 KCSE with a B-.
6. Ruweitha Abdikadir Hassan from Hon Khalif Girls. She scored 193 in KCPE but got a B-.
7. Siololo Parmaari Joseph of Olderkesi Secondary School had 186 marks in KCPE but in KCSE, he got a B-.
8. Abdullahi Daud Maalim from Ademasajida Mixed Day Secondary Schools. He had 137 marks in KCPE but had C+.
9. Musharaf Kerow Adan from Mandera Secondary School. He had 140 marks in KCPE but managed to get a C+.
10. Hassan Abdullahi Osman from Wayam Secondary School. He had 168 marks in KCPE but scored a B-.
List Of Most Improved Schools
1. Kaaga Girls’ High
2. St Joseph’s Girls’ Kitale
3. Kisasi Secondary School
4. Oriwo Boys High School
5. Riokindo High School
6. St Joseph Rapogi
7. Light Academy
8. Moi Gesusu High School
9. Saye Mixed Secondary School
10. St Edward Nyabioto.
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