Currently, the education system in Kenya is served inthe following levels starting at primary school followed by secondary school and later to the higher institutions of learning.
In all these levels examinations marks the level of intelligence among learners.
Once the learners reach secondary , Kenya National Examination Council (knec) subjects them to the Kenya Certificate of secondary education exams annually to mark the end of secondary education.
The KCSE examinations for this year started early March and are expected to end on 1st April 2022.
Going by the facts that the Country still has not recoverd fully from the past inversion of covid 19 pandemic, it is expected that the grading system in the current March /April will remain the same like that of 2021 where only seven subjects are graded based on twelve-point criteria as shown below;
In my opinion and to many others there are also greater expectationd of having the same minimum direct university entry grade to remain a C+ (plus) of fourty six points for both male and female students.