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.
This is the most trying moment for students, parents and teachers. When you are not used to being idle, life can be very boring ....
If you want to keep yourself comfortable and focused, then you must find a way of keeping yourself busy by doing constructive and positive activities. Here are examples: