28 Jan 2013

KCPE 2012: Three candidates tie at 430 marks

KiN Reports
One girl and two boys topped the 2012 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education scoring 430 marks out of the possible 500. Kinoti Joy Kathure shared the top position with Boniface Mwaura Kiongo and Wachira Njomo both from Kiambu County. In fourth position with 429 points was Kelvin Mwangangi Muteti from Machakos County followed by Kindiki Dan Muthomi who gannered 428 points.

Education Minister Mutula Kilonzo announced that there seven male pupils and four female pupils ranked top at the national exams held late last year.

Top Ten Candidates:

Top schools nationally:
1. Newlight Komarock (Nairobi)
2. Makini Ngong Road Academy (Nairobi)
3. Gilgil Hills Academy (Nakuru County)
4. Marell Academy (Bungoma)
5. Fred's Academy (Meru)
6. Chelsa Academy (Bomet)
7. Pleasant View School (Kiambu)
8. John Paul II (Laikipia)
9. Josnem Academy (Nyandarua)
10. Kathigiri B (Meru)

Top Ten Counties:
1. Kirinyaga County (with a mean score of 273)
2. Elgeyo Marakwet (272)
3. Nandi (271)
4. Uasin Gishu and Baringo tied in fourth position with a mean score of 270 each.
5. Makueni County (268)
6. Busia (267)
7. Kisumu (264)
8. Tharaka Nithi and West Pokot counties with 263 each.

See the complete list here.

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