Professor George Magoha, the Education Cabinet Secretary released the KCPE results on 18 November 2019.
Venue: Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) headquarters along Dennis Pritt Road, Nairobi.
The release of the KCPE KNEC exam results just 18 days after the exams were sat sets a new record as results are known to be released after a longer period.
KCPE 209 KEY FACTS AND RESULTS
A total of 1,088,986 candidates sat the KCPE results and are eagerly expecting the results. See the KCPE results highlights posted below.
- Top candidate 440 Marks – Andy Michael Munyiri (Damacrest Schools in Thogoto)
- 3 candidates tied in the second position with 439 marks (Flavian Onyango of Chakol girls, Michael Ndung’u and June Cheptoo Koech)
- 1,083,456 total candidates who sat the KCPE
- 50.17% boys
- 49.82% girls
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56 teachers to be investigated for exam malpractices. However, KNEC reports that this year recorded the least incidences of cheating.
CS Magoha: All children who sat the 2019 KCPE examinations will have a place in secondary schools. There will be 9,000 scholarships that should be distributed to slums.
HOW TO CHECK KCPE RESULTS VIA SMS
To get your KCPE results via SMS, send index number through SMS to 20076 (NOTE: This code will only work after the exams have been released and may be subject to change.
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