Below is a KUCCPS Cluster point calculator that will help you to calculate your cluster points per course. Kindly read the instructions below this calculator to understand what to do;
Cluster Point Calculator
To use calculator kindly add required figures in fields labeled X and Y and click calculate. After clicking calculate, the page will reload and you cluster points will appear in the box labeled “Your Weighted Cluster Point.”
NOTE: Kuccps portal now automatically calculates your cluster points when you apply for a course. Once you login to kuccps portal you will be able to see whether you qualify for course or not.
What are the Required Four Subjects?
Apart from the overall grade you scored lets say C+ there are four subjects that are required before you do a specific courses. These are the four required subjects.
At KUCCPS website they are normally labeled as;
- Cluster Subject 1
- Cluster Subject 2
- Cluster Subject 3
- Cluster Subject 4
You are supposed to add the four subjects points (for the specific course) and type them in the calculator field labeled (X).
NOTE 1: Each course has its own required subjects. For Law courses required four subjects are different from Engineering.
NOTE 2: Minimum entry grade for Degree courses is C+
What are Subjects Points?
Subject points are
- A=12 (points)
- A -=11 (points)
- B+ =10 (points)
- B =9 (points)
- B- =8 (points)
- C+ =7 (points)
- C =6 (points)
- C- =5 (points)
- D+ =4 (points)
- D =3 (points)
- D- =2 (points)
- E =1 (points)
What are the aggregate KCSE points?
These are the points you got for the seven subjects you did. For instance if you got A (plain) in all subjects then aggregated points will be 84.
- 12+12+ 12+12 +12+12 +12 = 84
Where do i Get course Required Subjects (4)?
You can get that by going to https://students.kuccps.net/programmes/. Select the course you want and see the required subjects as illustrated in the image below.
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