According to Kenya University and College Central Placement Service (KUCCPS), all students who scored C+ in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE will join universities.
Speaking, KUCCPS Chief Executive Officer Dr Agnes Wahome, Kenyan universities have adequate capacity to hold C+ holders across the country.
However, in 2022 KCSE, Education Cabinet secretary Ezekiel Machogu confirmed that no cheating in examination was recorded despite of the claims.
The government had reduced the university minimum entry to C+ from 2016 during the tenure of former Education Cabinet secretary Dr Fred Matiang’i.
KUCCPS boss Dr Agnes Wahome said that universities across the country are ready to host all C+ holders including other students who scored above C+.
Out of 881, 416 Candidates Who sat For 2022 KCSE Examination, 1,146 Candidates Scored A Plain where 173, 345 students got a Minimum University Entry Grade.
According to 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary School, KCSE,
The number of candidates with D+ and above is 522, 588 (59.14%) compared with 442,252(53.29%) in 2021.
The number of candidates with a mean of E declined to 30,822 (3.49%) compared with 46,151 (5.56%) in 2022 as indicated by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu.