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Mangu High school KCSE 2019 Results and distribution of grades

Mangu High is one of the national schools in Kiambu county that has consistently posted impressive performance KCSE exam. In KCSE 2019 exam, the school had a candidature of 342.

The school managed to register a mean score of 9.868 in KCSE 2019 exam. This is a slight improvement from previous year where the school had posted a mean of 9.60909.

A total of 333 candidates scored C+ and above. This means that 97.37% of the total candidature will be admitted directly to university under the university and college placement body, KUCCPS.

Mr. Githuka A. is the current principal of Mangu High school.

Here is distribution of grades in Mangu high school KCSE 2019


Grade Entry
A 23
A- 122
B+ 87
B 50
B- 36
C+ 15
C 4
C- 2
D+ 2
D 1


342 97.37 9.60909 9.868 0.25891


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