KCSE Results 2022: How To Check Released Results
Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has officially released the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results which he says mark an improved performance compared to the previous year.
Unveiling the results at the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) headquarters in Nairobi on Friday, Machogu noted that out of the 881,416 candidates who sat the 2022 KCSE exam 173,345 scored the minimum university entry grade of C+ and above compared to 145,776 in 2021.
A total of 881,416 candidates sat the exam, with the number of boys being 443,644 and girls 437,772.
A total of 1,146 students scored A (plain) in the national exam.
Grade A (plain) starts from 81 points all the way to 84 points, which is the maximum.
The students usually sit a minimum of seven subjects, with each subject attracting a maximum of 12 points (A plain).
So, when the learner scores 12 points in each of the seven subjects, then he or she will eventually have 84 points, which is the highest.
Out of the 881,416 candidates who sat the 2022 KCSE exam 173,345 scored the minimum university entry grade of C+ and above compared to 145,776 in 2021.
A total of 522,588 candidates scored grade D+ and above in the 2022 KCSE exam.
He added: “Most significantly, all the remaining candidates are legible to join TVET institutions, Teacher Training Colleges, Medical 24 Training Colleges and other tertiary learning institutions for various courses.”
A total of 190 candidates with special needs scored an overall grade C+ and above in 2022 KCSE exam
Students can sit more than seven subjects in the national tests, but only the compulsory subjects (Mathematics, English, Kiswahili; two science subjects) and the best performed in two other optional subjects will be ranked, totaling seven.
Below are the top performers in the KCSE Results 2022
Please find the below sample of top performers in the just released KCSE results 2022. It is worth noting that this is not order of performance but just mentioning from the pool.
Kemboy Allan Kipkorir scored A (plain) of 84 out of 84 points from Kapsabet Boys’ High School, Nandi County
Kulthum Ahmed Abdulmajin scored A (plain) of 83 out of 84 points from Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Secondary, Mombasa County
Imran Yusuf Mahmoud scored A (plain) of 81 out of 84 points from Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Secondary, Mombasa County
Emaad Faris Said scored A (plain) of 81 out of 84 points from Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Secondary, Mombasa County
Karinga Ambrose Wambugu who scored A (plain) of 82 points out of 84 points from Alliance High School, Kiambu County.
How to Check KCSE Results 2022 from your phone
Since the results have been released, you can check the results of your loved ones and friend by sending an SMS with the candidates index number to short code 20076 to get results instantly.
The service charges Ksh 25 per SMS.