The Education CS, Ezekiel Machogu, has officially released the KCSE 2022 results at Mtihani House.
The CS said the exam was sat by 884, 416 candidates in secondary schools all over Kenya up to Christmas Eve.
Machogu said 1,146 candidates scored grade A, an improvement from 1,138 recorded in KCSE 2021.
The CS announced that 173,345 scored at least C+, the university entry grade, an improvement from 145,776 in KCSE 2021.
The Education CS Ezekiel Machogu, while announcing the results, commended the candidates for their hard work and thanked the education stakeholders for their support in the process.
A candidate can check their results on phone by sending the word “KCSE” followed by their 11-digit index number to 20076.
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