KCSE 2018: 20 most improved students
SEE ALSO :Ladies arrive at Nyayo Stadium in styleMaingi George Mburu B+ (279 KCPE Marks)- Njenga Karume Secondary Wambui James Kamau B- (186 KCPE Marks)- Gilgil Mixed High School Cheruiyot Gideon B (209 KCPE Marks)- Kapsoit Secondary School Musyoka Erick Muthui B+ (269 KCPE Marks) -St.Peter's Nzambani Boys Munene Roy B+ (267 KCPE Marks)- Chung'ari Mixed Day Secondary School
SEE ALSO :Private schools appeal to PresidentTeresia Kalekye Kioko B+ (254 KCPE Marks)- Kaani Lions Secondary Osman Haret Gedi B+ (271 KCPE Marks)- County High School Dancan Kibet A- (312 KCPE Marks)- Chebwagan Secondary Muvevi Susan Nzisa A- (318 KCPE Marks)- Mbitini Girls' Secondary Waweru Martin Ngigi A- (294 KCPE Marks)- St Joseph The Worker Secondary School Mangu
SEE ALSO :KCSE exam results set to be announcedKipngeno Wilborne A- (335 KCPE Marks)- Kericho High School Mwaniki Paul Mwangi B+ (281 KCPE Marks)- Kiurani Secondary School Brian Kipkemoi B+ (285 KCPE Marks)- Kamureito High School Others are: 2018 KCSE results at a glance: A total of 315 candidates scored an A plain in the just released exam results, while 90,377 candidates scored C+ and above to meet the minimum University entry qualification. 18 counties had more females than male compared to 17 counties last year. These include Taita taveta, Kwale, Nyandarua, Kirinyaga, Kitui, Meru, Elgeyo Marakwet, Uasin Gishu, Murang’a, Kiambu, Machakos, Makueni, Tharaka Nithi, Nandi, Laikipia, Kakamega, Vihiga and Kisumu. Female candidates performed better than their male counterparts in English, Kiswahili, CRE, Homescience and Metal Work.