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Kaplong Girls National School KCSE 2019 Results and distribution of grades

Kaplong Girls School is a national school in Bomet county. In KCSE 2019, the school registered a candidature of 204. It managed to record an impressive mean score of 7.799.

In addition to good performance, the school is also boasting of taking a good number of students directly to university. Of the 204 registered candidates, 153 scored more above C+, which is the minimum university entry grade. This translates to 75% of the total candidates.

From the school’s analysed results, 9 candidates scored grade A- (minus).

Here is Kaplong Girls National School distribution of grades KCSE 2019 Results

KAPLONG GIRLS NATIONAL SCHOOL KCSE RESULTS 2019
Grade Entries
A 0
A- 9
B+ 29
B 33
B- 50
C+ 32
C 33
C- 12
D+ 5
D 1

 

ENTRY PASS% KCSE 2019
204 75 7.799

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