what next after KCSE Results Release? We have provided detailed answers to questions related to 2021 Cluster Point Calculation, Cutoff points, Course Revisions, HELB application and Admission Dates.
What is the minimum University entry grade (cut-off points)?
All students who scored C+ and above can apply to join any University in Kenya to do a degree course under Government Sponsored. Applications are done through KUCCPS portal when first revision of courses begins. You will have to meet the minimum cluster points of the course you want to apply for placement.
How do i calculate my cluster points for KCSE 2021?
Calculating of cluster points is a complex formula. You should therefore not be worried about this because when you will be doing your first and second revision of courses the Kenya Universities and colleges central placement service (KUCCPS) will tell you whether you meet the course’s cluster points or not.
When will First revision begin?
The ministry of education and KUCCPS have not yet set the dates of revision. We will provide an update once revision of courses begins. You can also subscribe to our notification by clicking the bell icon to be notified when revision of courses begins.
How do i know which courses are offered in each university.
To know which courses are offered in a particular university visit our page Education Resources, scroll to the bottom and click the university you want. You will then be directed to the University page where you can check the courses offered in Each University.
How do i apply for HELB?
You can only be able to apply for HELB once you have been placed to a particular college or university because their need your admission number. You can however check the helb application procedure here
What do i do if i scored a C and below?
Students who scored C (plain) and below can apply for diploma or certificate courses of their choice. You can also apply for medical courses at the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC). Here is a procedure on how to apply for KMTC admission.
Learn more on how study for a degree course in Kenya as either as a government sponsored student or government reasoned student.
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