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.
how marking of kcse mathematics paper 1 and 2 is conducted (codes, dos and don'ts) - facilitation reports
HOW MARKING OF KCSE MATHEMATICS PAPER 1 AND 2 IS CONDUCTED (CODES, DOS AND DON'TS) - FACILITATION REPORTS
Marking of KCSE PAPER 1 & PAPER 2 has rules and regulations to be followed. This enhances efficiency, fairness and accuracy in the marking process. Each subject has its own unique marking scheme and in mathematics there are codes which represent processes and stages that deserve to be awarded.
It is in order for untrained teachers on the line of marking and new teachers to familiarize themselves with the marking procedures for smooth service delivery and efficiency in evaluating students.
Here are some of the basic regulations that must be followed:
These are the things that needs to be done by students while sitting for mathematics papers
These are instructional codes that examiners use to award marks on mathematics papers. They include:
To be continued and updated ...
Prepared by Mr. M.A. Nyamoti (Math/Comp), Additional information by Mr Oberieka Benard (Math/Phy)