The Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha will announce the results of the secondary school national examinations in Nairobi today after briefing the President.
The results will be released officially at Knec Headquarters in Nairobi at 11:30 am.
“Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha to release the 2021 KCSE results at the @ExamsCouncil offices, Denis Pritt, at 11.30am” read a statement by Knec on twitter.
The announcement will be made at Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) offices in the presence of education officials.
A total of 831,015 candidates registered for the examination which were administered at 10,413 centres.
In the last KCSE results the top candidate was Robinson Wanjala from Murang’a High School.
In the overall grade summary for 2020 KCSE results, 893 candidates, representing 0.12 per cent, scored a mean grade of an A plain and above.
A total of 6420 candidates, 0.85 per cent, scored grade A- (minus). A total of 7313 candidates scored grade A- (minus) and above.
14,427 candidates, 1.92 per cent, scooped grade Grade B+ (plus) with 21,740 being the cumulative number of candidates who scored at least a grade B+.