A C+ is the minimum grade to help you gain entry to pursue undergraduate degree in Kenya.
Most students don't attain this grade though according to the KNEC reports published yearly.
In the year 2019, only 125,746 students were able to attain a C+, B-, B, B+, A- and A grades out of 693,263
This represents a meagre 18.14 percent locking 81.86% of the total number of students who sat for KCSE 2019 out of university admission.
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How to get B+ in KCSE
Ways of Getting a B+ in KCSE Examinations
B+ is one of the grades that can secure you placement into high level learning institutions. In this page, we will discuss on ways you can exploit in order to achieve this.
Will KCSE 2020 be Done?
Will students sit for KCSE 2020?
Since the outbreak of Covid-19, The government of Kenya has been disrupted in running of Government programs especially the education sector which has halted until further notice.
On March 15, 2020, the Kenyan government abruptly closed schools and colleges and up to date, there is no school that has opened its doors.
The Government under the Ministry of Education headed by Hon. Professor George Magoha has been consulting all stakeholders with the aim of finding a suitable date for the reopening of schools and in every attempt to do so, has been hampered by challenges which are unavoidable.
According to the Government, all schools are to open in September (the star) but they are yet to draft the timetable for KCSE and KCPE examinations.