Are you feeling like a failure or upset because you scored badly in your KCSE examinations with a D- or an E? or, are you a Standard 8 dropout trying to contemplate your next moves?
Don't just give up yet, KNEC provides you with excellent chances to revive your dreams and compete with your peers who made it to top colleges and universities.
Most Kenyan O-level graduates normally give up very fast and opt to accept defeat without need to think of plan B and C. This is a huge mistake that should be discouraged in the strongest terms possible.
The Kenya National Examination Council [KNEC] has in place a variety of courses they test which you should know as alternative to university placement service. What you need to do, is to identify an authentic and legitimate colleges [check kuccps website for colleges that offer TVET] that provides learning of these courses and enroll for the program of your choice.
Once you graduate for a certificate course, you can proceed to Diploma then finally pursue a degree course. It's a slow process, but its the best because you learn in a slow but practical way. Also visit KASNEB website for more courses.
Some of the KNEC courses are in the document attached below:
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