KCPE 2010 - Results

Originally posted on 2010-12-29T16:28:00Z at http://theonlinekenyan.com/2010/12/kcpe-2010-results.html

 Go to: KCPE 2011 Results | KCSE 2011 Results Prof Sam Ongeri officially released KCPE results 2010 at Kenya National Examination Council offices at Mitihani House, Nairobi December 28 2010. With boys taking majority slot in the top positions, this year yet again saw private schools top public institutions bringing to question the Free Primary Education program.
KCPE 2010 Results
Central Province's Ngatia Linus Muchiri and Rift Valley's Metto Collins Kiprop jointly scooped the top position at the 2010 KCPE examinations with 434 out of 500 marks. Matindi Eleanor Karungari was this year's First Lady and followed the two closely with 433 marks.The other top candidates were: Ochieng Rabin (433), Patrick Mumo (432), Winnie Gatiria (432), Oprah Omeka (432), Michael Maina (431), Faith Kwamboka (431), Navy Silas (431), Wilbur Omae (431). However, in Nairobi girls emerged tops taking 55 out of the 100 candidates in the province. Top Ten Per Province.
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A total of 746,080 pupils sat for the KCPE examinations. This year's was the first bunch off the Free Primary Education by the Kibaki administration. FPE programmes were launched in 2003 with the number of children in primary schools increasing from 5.9 million (in 2003) to 8.3 million (in 2010) a 45.76% increase. Read about KCPE Trends since 2003. CHEATING A total of 1,103 pupils (0.1%) had their results cancelled for cheating, a decline compared 1,905 cases in 2009. Read the Summary of KCPE 2010 exam irregularities.
“Although the gap between boys and girls in ASAL (Arid and Semi arid Lands) like North Eastern and Coast provinces continues to be a challenge, there has been marked improvement in gender parity and it is the primary responsibility of each parent and guardian to ensure their children attend and remain in school,” Professor Sam Ongeri.
  • The selection process for form one placement will start in a fortnight. National schools will be the first on January 11 followed by provincials on January 13 while district schools will make their selections on January 14.
  • Pupils will be required to register online for their KCPE 2011 between January and March. This is a poor move by the examination council as not all Kenyans have access to computers let alone the internet.