The Kenya certificate of primary School exams 2019 was on Monday released by Cabinet Secretary prof Magoha
1.088.986 students sat for this year kcpe examination, The National examination council revealed during the release of the results.
The commission has asked all critical stakeholders within the education sector to help in cupping the cheating malpractice.
Releasing the results at KNEC Headquarters Dr Magoha said all students will proceed to secondary school without failure.
527,294 -50.1% were boys who sat for the exams, while 525,070-49.9% were girls.
Top candidate: was Andy Michael Munyiri with- 440 Marks, Tied at 439- Position 2, June Cheptoo Koech and Flavian Onyango.9,770 candidates scored 400 marks and above.
English, Kiswahili among the best-improved subjects this year according to the cabinet secretary, by 2nd of December all students will have known the school to go.
The student who scored the highest mark had 440 marks from a private school.
Results Can be accessed by SMS to 20076. type index no followed by KCPE.