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  1. More than seven thousand candidates score 400 marks and above in this year’s KCPE result
  2.   927,789 candidates (459,885 girls =49.6%, and 467,904 boys =50.4%) sat for KCPE in the year 2015 up from 880,486 candidates in 2014 t, representing a percentage increase of 5.37%.
  3. Religious Education recorded the highest performance (raw mean score of 70.20%) while English Composition had the lowest percentage mean score of 41.38%.
  4. The number of candidates who scored an aggregate of 250 marks and above was 455,950 representing 49.14% of the total candidature compared to 436,814, representing 49.61% of the total candidates who took the examination in 2014. 
  5.  The mean score performance among private school candidates improved slightly from 229.94 in 2014 to 230.14 in 2015 while that of candidates in public schools went down from a mean score of 187.58 in 2014 to 180.87 in 2015.
  6. 2,709 (0.29%) candidates in 111 out of the 25,127 (0.44%) examination centres were involved in examination irregularities.
  7. 12 counties namely ;- Taita Taveta, Mombasa, Kilifi, Tana River, Nyeri, Kiambu, Kirinyaga, Marsabit, Uasin Gishu, Kajiado, Elgeyo Marakwet and Siaya did not have any cheating cases during the 2015 KCPE examination.

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