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IS D7 ACCEPTED IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA(LEGON)

To be admitted into the University of Ghana to offer any program, Senior High School graduates must possess At least credits (A1 – C6 in WASSCE and A – D in SSSCE) in English, Core Mathematics, and Integrated Science (for Science applicants) or Social Studies (for non-Science applicants) and three elective subjects in General Arts/Business/Science/ Vocational, with a total aggregate not exceeding 30.

In addition, Science applicants should have at least a grade C6 in WASSCE/D in SSSCE in Social Studies/Life Skills and non-Science applicants should also have at least a grade C6 in WASSCE/D in SSSCE in Integrated Science/Core Science.

First of all, you need to understand that each college has its academic entry requirements. For this reason, the University of Ghana is no exception. So, what is the minimum WASSCE score required for admission to the University of Ghana? You can find the answer below.

First, WAEC is the official review body in most West African countries. WAEC administers and accredits high school students in Ghana applying to the University of Ghana. According to the interpretation of the WAEC results, D 7 is just pass.

Also, the University of Ghana does not accept the D7 for admission to undergraduate programs. The minimum or worst grade required to enter Legon is C6. In this respect, C6 is a loan. D7 is just a pass. Likewise, the D7 was accepted by Legon for a Bachelor of Public Administration degree. The student would not gain admission into the University of Ghana if the WASSCE score has a D7. The Legon University of Ghana does not accept D7 as an admissions qualification. Like the D7, Legon does not accept E8 and F9 for college admission.

The least grade accepted by the University of Ghana is C6. Even if you get A1 in all other 7 subjects and D7, E8, or F9 in only one subject, you cannot pass the University of Ghana admission test. With this, the answer to the above question is clear.

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