However, a large number of students attained the grade D+, a very not liked grade to some of the students.
For the students who scored this grade, they are not to worry about not going to universities and pursuing great courses. Diploma courses are offered to students with this kind of grade and they end up being successful in life. Having a grade A in the examinations does not mean that you are destined to be all successful, there are still some people out here with degree certificates but they are still searching for jobs.
So do not worry. Everything is good.
Here is a list of some of the marketable courses for grade D+;
1. Information Technology (IT)
You probably thought that this is a course for the grade C plus student going forward, Well it is not. The course is still offered to the grade D plus students especially in the private universities like Kabarak. Intake is still ongoing and this could be your one in a lifetime opportunity.
2. Hospitality and Management.
The course is said to be contributing 9% of the total formal employment in Kenya. The percentage is expected to be increasing with the growth of more industries a clear indication that it is one of the many marketable courses in Kenya.
The beauty of this course is that it has many co- course amongst it. You can chose on which to pursue fully like food and beverages, tourism amongst others.
3. Human Resource Management
Currently, in this country of ours, their has been a lot of vacancies in the human resource management job. So why not pursue it if you have that information.
4. Sales and Marketing
Companies not only in Kenya will always be in the need of sales and marketers for them to expand their organisation.
An advise to the D plus group. Do not be faint hearted.Wake up and surprise the A group that you are more capable.
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