*2020 KCSE RESULTS*
➥ Simiyu Robinson Wanjala from Murangá High School emerges top in 2020 KCSE followed by Wasonga Allan from Agoro Sare High School, Oyugis and Sharon Chepngeno Terer from Kenya High School third.
➥ Most improved candidates are Cheruiyot Dennis, 190 in KCPE, B- in KSCE followed by Maluti Tom, 199 in KCPE, B- in KCSE and third is Kiptis Charity, 151 in KCPE, C+ in KCSE
➥ Kaaga Girls School in Meru County tops in most improved schools
➥ 893 candidates scored A plain compared to 627 in 2019
➥ 143 149 students scored C+ out of 747,171, representing 19.03% of the students who sat for the exams.
➥ The TVET system and Universities have places for all the 747,171 candidates who sat for the 2020 KCSE exams.