Top 10 Students in 2018 KCSE Exams

Top 2018 KSCE students.

Education CS Amina Mohamed

Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed announced the names of the top twenty students during the release of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations (KCSE) on Friday.

The CS stated that Juliet Otieno from Pangani Girls' was this this year's top candidate after garnering a mean of 87.644 (A plain).

Here is the full list:

  1. Juliet Otieno - Pangani Girls
  2. Kaluma James - Maseno School
  3. Edwin Ouko - Light Academy
  4. Kamweru Mwangi Dancan - Kabarak
  5. Hamphrey Rasugui - Maseno
  6. Mel Christine - Alliance
  7. Njenga Brian Ndung’u - Mangu
  8. Osogo Munyenye Wesley - Alliance
  9. Nyakeya Charlene Moraa
  10. Onyando Roy Allan Ochieng - Maranda High

Cancellation of Exams

The CS added that KNEC had cancelled KCSE results for 100 students.

"KNCEC has canceled results for 100 candidates in the #KCSE2018 examinations – Results of some examinations centres also withheld," she stated.

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