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On Thursday 15th April, CS for Education Prof. George Magoha announced the KCPE results. The 2020 results were pleasing compared to 2019 results despite the Covid-19 pandemic. In this year’s results, girls performed better than boys with Faith Mumo topping nationwide from a public school in Makueni county. Here is a list of the top 10 KCPE Candidates in Kenya;
The top KCPE candidate was Mumo Faith,(433marks) followed by Wesonga Yvette with 432 marks and third came in Murithi Angela Milena with 432 marks.
Nation Africa has given a message that may be a delight to those candidates who scored 380 marks in the just released results.
As form one selection is set to begin next month ,those who scored the required marks and contact Nation Africa may be sponsored by the media house through the four year span in high school.
An official statement from Nation house stated:
“If your child has scored 380 marks and above in the 2020 KCPE exams ,kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0719038448 with details including name,marks and school”
Cabinet secret for education George Mag oh a had announced that there will be 100% transmission of the candidates to secondary school and parents need not to worry.
He talked about the opening of schools on May 10, for all classes except for grade 4 and form 1. Despite this, the Kenya government are monitoring the trends of the Covid-19 situation.
President Uhuru earlier had directed that all teachers, regardless of their age, get the Covid-19 vaccine.
To receive the results, the candidates should make the following, index number followed by the initials KCPE through a Short Message Service (SMS) to 20076.
The female performed better in English, Kiswahili and Kenya Sign Language. Male candidates performed better in Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Religious Education.Probably these pupils will get sponsorships and lots of privileges.