The Kenya certificate of secondary education was conducted under very strict rules laid down by the ministry of health in association with the ministry of education to control the spread of corona virus among learners.
Those schools that were involved in exam irregularities would face the full consequences of law as earlier said by the ministry of education cabinet secretary George Magoha.
The Kenya certificate of secondary education results are set to be released on 10th May 2021,with the ministry of education having set a minimum grade of C+ for every student to join kenyan universities.
Every student that will reach the pass mark grade shall gain entry into public universities under the spornsership by kenyan government.
Education cabinet secretary George Magoha also urged learners to join other tertiary learning institutions countrywide to bost on their careers and find financial support from the Government.
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