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441 KCSE candidates to miss results due to irregularities

[Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta with Education CS Professor George Magoha at State House-Kenya. Photo/PSCU].

The 826,807 candidates who sat for the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) can get their results by sending their index number to 20076.

While releasing the 2021 KCSE results on Saturday, Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha said 421,318 male students and 405,489 female students sat for the KCSE examination.

However, 441 KCSE candidates will miss their results due to malpractices.

“There were 441 cases reported in the 2021 KCSE Examination and one case of a centre with all the results withheld. I wish to categorically state that KNEC will not have any mercy on examination offenders who must be dealt with decisively,” he stated.

Magoha revealed that some students were harbouring mobile phones in examination rooms, access to unauthorized materials and impersonation.

At least 203 unauthorised materials 203, 223 mobile phones, 8 impersonation cases were recorded according to Magoha.

Meanwhile, Mangu High School’s, Jeriel Ndeda Obura emerged the top student countrywide after garnering a mean score of 87.167.

Mukuha Timothy Kamau of Alliance High School came second with a mean score of 87.139.

Job Ngara from Mang’u High School came third with a mean score of 87.116.

Magoha further revealed that 11 subjects recorded a significant improvement in performance, compared to 19 subjects that recorded a significant improvement in performance the previous year.

A total of 1,138 candidates harvested a Mean Grade of A plain.

A total of 145,000 scored C+, qualifying to join universities.