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Results are out.what next?

Now that the kcse results are out most of them are asking what next? For those who feel they’re likely not to go to university via jab their parents will make them repeat high school. But here’s my advice. Please don’t repeat high school I know it sounds stupid but there are other options out there in the world.

In the world we live in it’s your intelligence and not your cramming power that matters. Forget what the teachers in high school said about getting your kcse results and that they dertermine your future . That’s a load of c**p. Yes they do determine your future but not in the way they meant it. In my view no matter what grade you got,it should inspire you into thought and action. And by that I don’t mean crying in the dark.NO. the first step is to accept your results. If you accept them people around you will accept it.yes you won’t miss a few whispers here and there but still be proud of it. They might not sing your praises but your attitude will shut them up.

Once you’ve accepted it it’s time for you to utilize it. Consider yourself a brand. Look at yourself from how you look, your personality, your environment and your connections. Create a plan and factor in everything that is you including your grades. Make the best out of what you have.

Secondly, a diploma isn’t a death sentence. Don’t always frown upon missing university and having to go for a diploma. Believe it or not it’s simply a matter of choosing wisely. Before you choose a diploma or even a degree consider it’s pros and cons such as job availability, passion, requirements and so on…..if you’re intelligent you’ll eventually work something out.

And finally avoid being influenced by external forces.parents included.it’s your life and it’s your choices. Its good to get opinions and have an open mind but don’t let them overrun you. Could’ve written more but maybe later.

6 Responses

  1. manenomatamu says:

    Note: JAB = Joint Admissions Board, the body in charge of university admissions in Kenya.

    1. tonny muchui says:

      Thanks for that note. I seem to have forgotten to explain what JAB means.

  2. manenomatamu says:

    Note: JAB = Joint Admissions Board, the body in charge of university admissions in Kenya.

    1. tonny muchui says:

      Thanks for that note. I seem to have forgotten to explain what JAB means.

  3. Masido says:

    I like this! Although i think it depends on the career one wants to pursue.stuff like medicine need good grades n if a student is ok with it, i think a second try is ok.

  4. Masido says:

    I like this! Although i think it depends on the career one wants to pursue.stuff like medicine need good grades n if a student is ok with it, i think a second try is ok.

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