Only 173,000 Candidates managed to receive a grade of C+ or higher out of the more than 876,000 candidates that took the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)exams.
In the recently revealed results, a higher percentage of 2022 KCSE candidates received a mark below C+.
According to KUCCPS, a C+ is required for admission to a university. This means that just about 22% of people will be eligible to enroll in different colleges and pursue the degree programs of their choosing.
For applicants who received a C+, the second part of the time for celebrations is still to come. It is accurate to say that they have satisfied the requirements for enrollment in the university.
The question remains, however, whether or not the government will be able to pay for their studies.
There is still considerable uncertainty regarding whether the government will sponsor them.
The current signs point to these candidates enrolling in parallel programs and funding themselves throughout their education without obtaining any cash or financial assistance in the form of government subsidies.