The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education 2011 results were released on Wed 29th February 2012. Read the Full KCSE 2011 Results Analysis here.
|KCSE 2011 Results|
KCSE 2011 Results
411,783 candidates sat for the 2011 KCSE, where 119,658 of them scored C+ and above, and qualify for university admission. Nalianya Job, St. Peters Seminary, was the top candidate nationally followed by Gikonyo Victor Gitau, Alliance High School, and Odhiambo Emmanuel, Alliance High School, respectively. Lonyangapuo E Chelagat was the top girl and fourth overall.
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Read/Download KCSE Results (PDF Documents)
- Top Schools [Nationals, County, District, Private]
- Top 100 National Schools [Plus the new Additions]
- Top 100 Female Candidates [Nationally]
- Top 10 Candidates Per County
Brief Analysis of KCSE Results
Maranda High School, Nyanza, took the top spot at the 2011 KCSE Results, climbing three positions from the fourth position in the 2010 KCSE results. This year’s number four was Starehe which managed to get back itself back onto the list under Alliance High School (second place) and Alliance Girls(third). Moi High School Kabarak was the best among private schools.2,927 candidates, from 154 schools, had their results cancelled due to cheating where out of the 47 counties only 11 reported no cases of cheating. Only one county, Kirinyaga, had a larger number of girls sitting for the exam than boys. While candidates excelled in Kiswahili, English was poorly performed.
Watch KCSE Results Release [© NTVKenya]
A Word to KNEC
The KNEC website has been down for quite. While the millions of visits may be overwhelming for any server, it’s not the reason their website is down. It’s not visits but simple php/mysql connection error that has put them out. Something that could that no more than 5 minutes and 2 lines of code to fix. That is just disappointing.
This is one of KNEC’s busiest weeks, getting someone to prepare your system beforehand should not be that hard. The services people require are not even that much, so am sure getting a web developer is not a problem, if it is; some of us would be willing to help out a cause. It’s not cool that year after year, your site never learns. This is my advice, hire web developers to build you a good site. Better even, let them create a solid API for the rest of us to use, and develop applications to share the info elsewhere – relieving your servers. Seriously.