KUCCPS Reveals Courses for Grade A KCSE 2022 Candidates
KUCCPS Reveals Courses for Grade A KCSE 2022 Candidates. The application of courses for applicants for the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) was updated on Wednesday, April 5, according to the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS portal).
According to Mercy Wahome, CEO of KUCCPS, students who received an A or an A- (minus) grade were given first preference when applying for courses.
Each class is open to students who earned an A or an A-minus.
Students are able to choose any subject from the arts and sciences categories. Wahome said during the Kirinyaga University employment fair, “They can do, you know, pretty much everything.”
Because KUCCPS prioritizes top performance, students who received a C+, B minus, B plain, or B+ will only receive cluster points.
Students who receive an A or an A-minus will be able to enroll in any course, but other students won’t be able to take several popular courses due to their scores.
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She highlighted, however, that arrangements had been made to finally enter the gateway.
Wahome says that after everything is finished, everyone involved will be informed.
Additionally, she mentioned that announcements would be published on the official KUCCP website and its social media pages.
Also, the CEO of KUCCPS pushed students to work closely with teachers to choose classes they were passionate about.
A few days after the company announced that only KCSE 2022 graduates would be allowed to enroll in university programs, she made her comment.
The only candidates eligible to submit online degree applications were those who took their KCSE in the year prior to the screening. On March 22, KUCCPS stated, “You were intended to submit an application for a degree program when we opened the portal for applications last year.