The exams were held in September 2019 at the usual centres with the following results
- Pass list published: 17 December 2019
- Result letters with your mark available: 17 December 2019
|Subject CM1||Subject CS1|
The pass mark for Subject CM1 was 55
Five hundred and twenty-seven presented themselves and one hundred and thirty-five passed namely:
Broughton, Rory James
Cheung, Hei Tung Kelvin
Chitalia, Pujan Kaushal
Chrkavy, Michaela Marie Cagle
Dommett, Andrew William John
Jalan, Jay Kumar
Kedia, Om Kailash
Kioko, Warren Kalunda
Kola, Leon Larsen
Kyule, Paul Kyalo
Mongare, Bonface Morara
Muthoni, George Martin Macharia
Mwangi, Albert Gathirwa
Pandey, Chandra Mani
The pass mark for Subject CS1 was 55
Seven hundred and thirty-one presented themselves and two hundred and twenty-four passed namely:
Baariu, Oscar Muthomi
Bansal, Raman Kumar
Bhave, Urja Milind
Biju, Neenu T
Caron, Thomas William
Dhakal, Ramesh Kumar
Fuller, Kirsten Elizabeth
Gupta, Yash Kumar
Hui, Pui Man
Imanuel, Joanne Ruth
Lian, Peng Cheng
M Nair, Sreesandhya
Maina, Geofrey Kibobo
Mathew Biju, Nishanth
Mutia, Mike Kyendwa
Oluoch, Lucille Mujaw
Quinn, Cathal Martin
Redondo Loures, Cristian
Shrestha, Krishna Kumar
Smith, Rachael Louise
Thomas, Cameron Caspian
Tongola, Jeremiah Simiyu
Van Niekerk, Jan Antonie
By Order of the Council
Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
17 December 2019
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