Magata Bruce Makenzi, from Gilgil Hills Academy, is the top KCPE results released today by Education CS George Magoha.
MAgata was followed closely by Momanyi Ashley Kerubo from Makini School-Kibosi who came in second with 427 Marks.
Six candidates tied at position three with 426 Marks . They include Charity Buyanzi from Misikhu girls primary school, Sharon Wairimu Muteti from Emmanuel Academy, Chantelle Ndinda from Kitengela International School, Stanley Otieno Omondi from Rophine Field Junior school, Wekesa Naomi, White-Star Academy and Kimani Ethan Karuga Stepping stones preparatory.
Candidates can access their results by sending their index number, followed by the initials KCPE (in capital letters) to 20076.
315,275 candidates scored between 300-399, while 578,197 scored between 200 to 299 marks. Announcing the results CS Magoha said all the students will transition to high schools.
The CS further indicated that the country is close to fully transitioning to from the 8-4-4 to CBC curriculum.
The Kenya National Examinations Council chairman John Onsati also assured the parents that the council is prepared to administer three more national examinations before the year ends.
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