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KCPE 2019: List of top 10 candidates and their schools

All the top 10 candidates in this 2019 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education scored above 434 marks.

The best pupil in the country, Andy Michael Munyiri from Damacrest School, Thogoto, in Kiambu County scored 440 out of the possible 500 marks.

In the same vein, three pupils tied at position two with 439 marks from Chakol Primary School, Sang’alo Central Primary School and another one from an international school.

Below is the list of the top 10 candidates countrywide and their schools as compiled by Gotta.news:

  1. Andy Michael Munyiri – Damacrest School Thogotho, 440 marks

  2. Flavian Onyango – Chakol Girls, 439 marks

  3. June Cheptoo Koech – Sang’alo Central Academy, 439 marks

  4. Sean Ndung’u – Kitengela International School, 439 marks

  5. Delcy Asienga – Makini School, 437 marks

  6. Precious Nakhumicha – Gilgil Hills Academy, 436 marks

  7. Rickwarren Mburu – Emmanuel Primary School, 435 marks

  8. Bill Anunda – Lakewood School Kayole, 435 marks

  9. Noel Maswan – Makini School, 435 marks

  10. Wendy Odhiambo – Damacrest School Thogotho, 434 marks

A total of 1,088,986 candidates sat for the examinations between October 29-October 31.

527,294 boys (50.1 per cent) and 525,070 girls (49.9 per cent) sat for the examinations.

There was a drop in number of candidates who scored 400 marks; from 11,000 in 2018 to 9,770 in 2019.

Also, boys beat girls in Maths, Science and Social Studies while the girls triumphed over them in languages such as English, Kiswahili, and Kenya Sign Language.

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