Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha is set this morning to release the 2019 KCSE examination results.
A total of 699,745 candidates sat this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations.
On Monday, Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) board held a meeting to approve the results ahead of submission to President Uhuru Kenyatta before they are made public.
The marking of the examination was concluded on Thursday and Knec officials immediately embarked on analysing the results.
A total of 26,597 teachers marked this year’s KCSE examinations in 20 stations in Nairobi and its environs.
The examination was done in 10,287 centres across the country with a total of 21 cases of examination malpractices being reported and 90 mobile phones being confiscated from candidates during the examination.
Last year, 90,000 candidates scored C+ and above which allowed them to join universities with the best candidate Juliet Otieno of Pangani Girls garnering 87.644 points.