Kenyan young star Trio Mio refused to reveal whatever he got in KCSE while most celebrities do not shy away from sharing their performance.
Here is just a list of your fave celebrities and how they performed in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).
Kenyan lifestyle influencer, Shorn Arwa last year posted her KCSE results online.
The controversial influencer shared this as she stated that she is an all-around woman.
She revealed the subjects she scored an A. On her Instagram platform, the influencer showed her result where she scored A plain in history and government and A- in business studies and Christian and Religious Education respectively.
Rapper King Kaka was among the top KCSE students in 2006. An alumnus of Eastleigh High School and scored an A- in the exams.
He later joined the Kenya College of Accounts where he graduated with a degree in accounts.
Instagram influencer Risper Faith, alias Lady Risper, admitted that she failed her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education national examinations but women who scored A grades keep asking her how she managed to succeed in life.
She revealed that she got a total of C minus in her KCSE.
Babu Owino is one of the Kenyan political pioneers who appropriately went to class and scored passing marks taking everything into account.
Babu sat his KCSE exams at Kisumu Boys High School where he scored an A- minus of 79 points.
The celebrated media personality and politician revealed that he scored C+ in KCSE while speaking to Maseno students.
Wahu scored a straight A in her KCSE. She later joined the University of Nairobi where she graduated with a degree in Mathematics.
She is a sensation in music and has been among the most consistent artists so far in the country. She is also a mother and wife to Nameless.
Speaking to Betty Kyallo, the sensational singer revealed that she scored an A- in K.C.S.E, however, she still regrets not scoring an A.