On May 3, 2022, 1,225,507 candidates who took the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) 2021 exam will report to secondary schools across the country. Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha confirmed the date when revealing Form One placements on Monday, April 11. Parents can email index numbers to 22263 to find out which school their children have been assigned to, according to Magoha.
“KCPE candidates have been put in 38,797 national schools, 214,960 extra county schools, 258,456 county schools, 726,311 sub-county schools, and 2,045 special needs schools,” Magoha stated. In the tests, 11,857 applicants received a score of 400 or higher, while 315,275 received a score of 300 to 399. A total of 578,197 people received a score between 200 and 299 on the scale. Magata Bruce Mackenzie of Nakuru’s Gilgil Hills Academy topped the exam with a score of 428 and will attend Alliance Boys High School.
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