The 2022 KCSE results are finally out. And netizens are particularly interested in knowing what grade superstar Trio Mio got.

Announcing the results, education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu said that there was a slight increase in the candidates who scored grade A. He announced that 1,146 obtained an overall grade of A. This would be a 0.13% increase from 1,138 candidates who scored the grade in the 2021 exams. Candidates totaling 6,408 attained the minimum grade of A- (minus) in the examinations.

Speaking from Mtihani house, CS Machogu just the grade distribution of the exam that was sat by 881,416 candidates of which 443,644 were male and 437,772 females.

CS Machogu and others

The grades were distributed as follows:


MALE: 87 FEMALE: 271 TOTAL: 1,146

GRADE A minus MALE: 4,445 FEMALE: 1,962 TOTAL: 6,407

GRADE B plus MALE: 9,578 FEMALE: 6,104 TOTAL: 15,682

GRADE B MALE: 17,783 FEMALE: 13,520 TOTAL: 31,303

GRADE B minus MALE: 27,245 FEMALE: 21,474 TOTAL: 48,719

GRADE C plus MALE: 36,950 FEMALE: 33,138 TOTAL: 70,088

GRADE C plus MALE: 45,963 FEMALE: 49,191 TOTAL: 95,154

GRADE C MALE: 56,469 FEMALE: 62,599 TOTAL: 119,068

More Ds than ever

A total of 489,081 candidates who sat the 2022 KCSE exam scored Grade D+ and below. This is 55-8 percent of the total 881,416 candidates who were tested.

According to the results, majority of students scored D- at 167,758. Also, the number of candidates who scored D was 155,480, the second highest proportion followed by Grade D+ at 135,021.

Students who scored a mean grade of E in the 2022 KCSE exams decreased by 15,629  compared to 2021. Announcing the results, CS for Education Ezekiel Machogu said that data indicates 30,822  students scored grade E compared to 46,151 in the year 2021.

Out of this, the majority were male students (18,062) and 12,760 were female.

To get results

Candidates can now access their results through the Kenya National Examination Council website. And alternatively, they can access the results on SMS platforms, county education offices and their respective schools.

For those using the SMS platform, the CS said parents, guardians and students should send their index number, followed by the initials KCSE (in capital letters) to 20076 to access the results.


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