Kenyatta University; Courses and Cluster Points for KCSE 2010 JAB Selection 2011

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In the year 2011 JAB announced it would carry out its first ever double intake with the KCSE 2010 candidates. However, few Universities implemented it. Kenyatta University was the first to implement in September 2011.

The following cluster points were used by JAB to select the KCSE 2010 KU JAB students.
  • Bachelor of Arts-34.4
  • Bachelor of Science (Biology)-40.6
  • Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry)-45.7
  • Bachelor of Science (Analytical Chemistry with Management)-44.4
  • Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)-46.5
  • Bachelor of Science (B.sc.)-37.8
  • Bachelor of Science (Agriculture)-34.7
  • Bachelor of Science (Microbiology)-42.5
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy-47.1
  • Bachelor of Medicine and bachelor of surgery-47.7
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.com.)-44.0
  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB)-45.6
  • Bachelor of Education (Arts)-39.5
  • Bachelor of Education (Science)-42.3
  • Bachelor of Science (Computer Engineering)-46.3
  • Bachelor of Economics-43.4
  • Bachelor of Education (Special Education)-39.4
  • Bachelor of Music-30.0
  • Bachelor of Arts (Music)-30.0
  • Bachelor of Science (Statistics)-43.6
  • Bachelor of Education (Arts) German-30.0
  • Bachelor of Education (Arts) Music-30.0
  • Bachelor of Science (Water Engineering)-43.2
  • Bachelor of Arts (Theatre Arts and Film Technology)-39.1
  • Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education)-35.9
  • Bachelor of Science (Environmental Health)-42.5
  • Bachelor of Science (Food Nutrition and Dietetics)-42.9
  • Bachelor of Economics and Finance-44.8
  • Bachelor of Economics and Statistics-45.0
  • Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Environ. Res. Cons.)-39.1
  • Bachelor of Science (Manufacturing Engineering)-44.9
  • Bachelor of Science (Fashion Design and Marketing)-40.1
  • Bachelor of Science (Hospitality and Tourism Management)-43.7
  • Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)-43.5
  • Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Community Dev.)-37.4
  • Bachelor of Library and Information Science-40.1
  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)-38.4
  • Bachelor of Science (Nursing and Public Health)-46.6
  • Bachelor of Science (Agribusiness Management and Trade)-41.8
  • Bachelor of Science (Industrial Chemistry with Management)-45.1
  • Bachelor of Science (Medical Laboratory Science)-45.9
  • Bachelor of Science (Telecommunication & Infor. Tech.)-46.8
  • Bachelor of Education (Arts) French-37.5
  • Bachelor of Science (Crop Improvement and Protection)-36.3
  • Bachelor of Arts (Counselling Psychology)-35.0
  • Bachelor of Science (Coastal & Marine Resources Management)-38.5
  • Bachelor of Science (Software Engineering)-46.5
  • Bachelor of Science (Population Health)-38.3
  • Bachelor of Science (Health Records & Information Management)-40.0
  • Bachelor of Science (Animal Health)-37.7
  • Bachelor of Science (Animal Production & Health Management)-35.2
  • Bachelor of Arts (Gender and Development)-36.2
  • Bachelor of Health Services Management-41.3
  • Bachelor of Science (Agricultural Resources Management)-37.5
  • Bachelor of Science (Dry land, Agriculture & Enterprises Dev)-34.2
  • Bachelor of Science (Forensic Science)-44.0
  • Bachelor of Science (Molecular and Cell Biology)-38.9
  • Bachelor of Education (Arts) Fine Arts-36.4
  • Bachelor Of Environmental Planning and Management-39.1
  • Bachelor of Science (Energy Engineering)-43.8
  • Bachelor of Science (Conservation Biology)-33.1
  • Bachelor of Education (Physical Education)-35.2
  • Bachelor of Science (Environmental Education)-33.4
  • Bachelor of Science (Community Resource Management)-39.6
  • Bachelor of Science (Exercise & Sport Science)-30.0
  • Bachelor of Science (Recreation & Leisure Management)-30.0
  • Bachelor of Education (Library Science)-34.9
  • Bachelor of Environmental Science-41.6
  • Bachelor of Education (Arts) (Home Economics)-37.4
  • Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art)-36.0
A total of 4191 were selected to join the university
You are adviced to rely on official release from JAB in filling official application forms.

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what about BSc nursing and public health?

Rowland Mtetezi said...

Bsc(Nursing and public health) for KCSE 2010 was 46.6

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