The 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results have been released this morning.
The CS said that last year's KCSE candidates improved compared to the previous KCSE examinations done in 2021.
According to the CS, a total of 1,146 candidates scored an A whereas 6,407 got an A-(minus)
Below is the breakdown showing total number of female and male who scored various grades
To access individual results, type in your full index number followed by the initials KCSE and send to 20076.
Also, candidates can get their results from the centres where they did their exams from.
On the other hand, the CS addressed the scenario where markers boycotted the marking demanding better pay and good working conditions.
He said that his ministry will work on the issue and promised that salaries for the markers will be improved in future.
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