If you did your KCSE earlier this year or 2 years down the line and have not joined any institution of higher learning because you got a D plus then you are in the right place. A number of courses have been introduced in Kenyan colleges to help those who score lower grades in the KCSE to have a chance to join the colleges and get to pursue a course that will help them at the end of the 2 or three year training. Here are some of the best courses you can pursue with a mean grade of D+.
1. Certificate in automotive engineering
This is a two year engineering course offered at various training institutes in the country. The minimum mean grade requirement is a D plus and a D plus in Mathematics and Physics. It's offered at Maasai Mara technical training institute, Nairobi technical Training Institute, etc. It's available both at the certificate and Diploma level.
2. Business courses
There a number of business courses which are offering at the certificate level and require a mean grade of D plain. They include Certificate in Accounting and Management Skills, Certificate in Procurement and Logistics, Certificate in Procurement and Supply Professionalism, etc. These courses take a duration of 1 to 2 years to study. Institutes and colleges offering these causes include Kilifi College of Accountancy, Rongo University, etc. They sit for KASNEB exams.
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