Education can be defined as the total process of developing human abilities and behavior.
In Kenya education is served in levels currently; at primary school via secondary school and later to the higher institutions of learning and in all the levels, examinations mark the level of intelligence among learners.
At secondary school, the Kenya National Examination Council (knec) conducts the Kenya Certificate of secondary education exams annually to mark the end of secondary education.
This year we are expecting the KCSE examinations as from March to early April and we expect the grading system to remain the same like that of 2021 where only seven subjects are graded based on twelve-point criteria as shown below;
We also expect no difference in the minimum direct university entry grade thus it is likely to remain a C+ (plus) of fourty six points across all genders.