KCSE 2016 Results are out and many of the candidates might be wondering what they should do next. Some have started asking how they can calculate their cluster points, some want to to know points needed to do a particular course. The guide below might be if help
Question and Answers for Candidates
How do i calculate my cluster points for KCSE 2016?
Calculating of cluster points has a complex formula which you will find it hard to personally use (check it here). You should therefore not be worried about this because when you will be doing your first and second revision of courses the THE KENYA UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES CENTRAL PLACEMENT SERVICE (KUCCPS) will provide the formula in a simplified manner.
When will First and Second revision for KCSE 2016 candidates begin?
The ministry of education and THE KENYA UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES CENTRAL PLACEMENT SERVICE (KUCCPS) have not yet set the dates of revision. We will update here and in our Facebook page (Kenyayote) once revisions begin.
How do i know which courses are offered in each university.
To know which courses are offered in a particular university visit our page https://kenyayote.com/edulist/ scroll to the bottom and click the university you want. You will then be directed to a page that has all the courses offered in that university.
How do i apply for HELB?
You only be able to apply for HELB once you have been placed to a particular college or university. You can however check the helb application procedure here
What are the 2016 University CUTOFF points for government sponsored students?
All students that scored C+ and above will be able to join public universities. However, the ministry will issues an official communication about the 2016 cutoff points.
What do i do if i scored a C and below?
Due to the poor performance recorded this year, students who scored C will have a chance to join private universities or colleges. However, in our later post we will provide a detailed report on courses you can do if you had a C and below.
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