The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) Monday released the 2019 KCSE results. According to the results read by Education CS Magoha, the top pupil in Kenya, Andy Michael Munyiri , has scored 440 marks out of a possible 500. The second position was a tie, which saw three students score 439. The CS has noted a marked improvement in performance from 2018.

The CS has also applauded the integrity with which the papers were sat, and marked. He has assured the candidates that they will have known the secondary schools they will joining by December 2, 2019.

Candidates who wish to know their marks can now  SMS the ‘index number’ followed by ‘KCPE’ in capital to 20076.

The total number of candidates who sat for the exams this year was 1,088,986.