KCPE Results 2012

The KCPE Results 2012 are out today.

NAIROBI, KENYA: Three candidates topped the 2012 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) nationally with 430 marks.
Kinoti Joy Kathure Kathure was ranked number one though she tied with Mwaura Boniface and Wachira Njomo, both from Kiambu County who also scored 430 marks out of the possible 500.
In fourth position was Muteti Kelvin Mwangangi from Machakos County with 429 marks, Kindiki Dan Muthomi was ranked fifth with the same marks while Shalom Nthenya Mulinge was number six with 428 marks.

Kanji Bhanderi Nikun, Maina Douglas Gichohi and Gitamo Audrey Kemunto were ranked seventh, eighth and ninth respectively after they tied with 427 marks.
Muriga Veronica Wairimu and Shihemi Kelvin Witila both from Nairobi County were ranked number 10 and 11 after they scored 426 marks.

Announcing the results on Monday, Education Minister Mutula Kilonzo said there were seven male pupils and four female pupils ranked in the top pupils nationally.
In the top schools nationally, Newlight Komarock in Nairobi was ranked position one followed by Makini Ngong Road Academy while Gilgil Hills Academy from Nakuru County was third.
In fourth position of top school nationally was Marell Academy (Bungoma), Fred's Academy (Meru) fifth, Chelsa Academy (Bomet) sixth, Pleasant View School (Kiambu) seventh, John Paul II (Laikipia) eighth, Josnem Academy (Nyandarua) ninth while  Kathigiri B from Meru was ranked number 10.

Counties were also ranked according to their performance. Kirinyaga County was ranked number one with a mean score of 273, Elgeyo Marakwet second with 272, Nandi third (271) while Uasin Gishu and Baringo tied in fourth position with a mean score of 270 each.
In fifth position was Makueni County with a mean score of 268, Busia sixth with 267, Kisumu was number seven with 264 followed by Tharaka Nithi and West Pokot counties with 263 each.
The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) will also rank schools in order of their performance. The minister Mutula Kionzo read the results sighting low cheating in the 2012 KCPE examination results.

He shared that the performance had improved despite tuition ban.  256 candidates sat for KCPE examinations in Baragoi despite the security challenges in the area. 20,910 more girls sat for the 2012 KCPE examinations compared to last year.
Selection to join governments schools have been reviewed

Top 3 students of KCPE Results 2012
Kinoti joy Kature – 430
Mwaura Bonicafe 430
Wachira Njomo 430