Schools in Kisii, Nyamira Score Remarkable Grades in KCSE Exams
Even though CS Ezekiel Machogu stated there was no cheating, most schools had remarkable mean scores in the KCSE results revealed.
Some schools showed a variance of up to four points in their mean score.
Nyambaria High School in Nyamira County had a positive variance of 1.5 points, with a mean score of 9.3 in 2021. The school received a mean score of 10.8 points in 2022.
According to teachersupdates.co.ke, this school has the greatest mean score thus far.
All 488 students who sat the KCSE in Nyambaria will be admitted directly to the university.
The school had 28 A plain students, 383 A minus students, 76 B plus students, and one B plain student.
Cardinal Otunga High School in Mosocho has 28 students who scored A (plain), 201A- (minus), 97 B (plus), three B (plain), and one B (minus) with a mean score of 10.76.
Gekano boys with an entry of 142 had 88 B, 20 B- and 2 C+. Total mean score was 9.9507
Kebirigo High School had a 10% transition to university, with all students receiving C plus or higher.
Despite the fact that there was no A plain, four people had A minus, 51 B plus, 201 B plain, 24 B minus, and 11 C plus.
The mean score at St Paul’s Igonga Dok Secondary School is 10.24.
The Nyakongo Boys had six A minus, 91 B plus, 82 B plain, and 14 B minus with a mean score of 9.54.
Mobamba High School, for example, increased by 4.1 points to a mean score of 9.2 in the 2022 exam. The school received a mean score of 5.1 last year.
There was one A (plain), 28 A (minus), 78 B (plus), and 11 B at the school (plain).
No student scored a grade lower than a B (plus); all will attend university via direct entry.
Kisii school also posed good results with a mean of 9.12.
Machogu, on the other hand, claimed that the administration and marking process for the 2022 KCSE was flawless.
“We did come up with a mechanism that accountability was transferred to the personal level,” Machogu said.
According to the CS, the ministry created numerous procedures to combat cheating.
“We said the centre manager will be personally accountable for any irregularities. We designed a form for security personnel to sign how things went,”hesaid.
Overall, 135,021 students in the country received a D+, with 70,238 females and 64,783 males.
In the data, there were 167,758 students who scored a D-, corresponding to 18.99 cent.
The D plain category had a total of 155,480 students. There were 75,545 males and 79,935 females.
A total of 30,822 students attained an E grade.
Schools in Kisii, Nyamira Shine in KCSE Exams