The Certificate of Secondary Education Exams kicked off last week in Kenya, with 577, 253 candidates sitting for their high school exit exams. The results will be released either late February or early March, 2017.
The KCSE examination is also the entrance exam to public and private universities in Kenya. Students who are bound for higher education after high school will have a few months’ time on their hands before their university course begins.
Njeri Mbure, UNICAF Marketing Officer in Kenya has some good advice for them:
Dear secondary school leavers, don’t waste your time until your university course starts; invest this free time wisely, and start working on your future career; here are some useful activities to take up, which may also help you discover your hidden talents.