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KCSE 2020/21 Results Officially Released & How to Get the Individual Results

An estimated 747,161 candidates sat for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in the exams that concluded on April 21, 2021.

On Monday (today) afternoon, the Education Cabinet Secretary (CS) Prof. Magoha officially announced the results, after having presented them to President Kenyatta.

Announcing the results, Education CS Magoha described the 2020 results as impressive, given the Covid-19 prevailing situation.

Of 2020 results, the five best candidates are as follows,

Simiyu Robinson Wanjala from Murang’a High School

Wasonga Allan, from Angoro Sare Secondary School,

Sharon Chepng’eno from Kenya High School,

Muriasi Ongale from Alliance Girls, 

Esther Mbugua Washosho from Kenya High School.

According to CS Magoha, 143,140 candidates have qualified for university admission having scored C-Plus (+) and above. Out of this, 893 candidates scored A plain.

The rest of the candidates can join Technical Vocational and Education Training (TVET) centres.

With the results out, only the top performers had the opportunity of knowing their results through the just-completed press release.

However, the Education Ministry has ensured proper mechanisms for candidates to know their performance.

Candidates can make use of an SMS service already availed. Candidates will be required to send their index number starting with the word ‘KCSE’ to 20076, at a cost of Ksh25 per text.

Candidates will be required to visit their respective schools for the official results.