Admission Cut-off Points for Colleges of Education 2022/2023

By | December 6, 2022
Admission Cut-off Points for Colleges of Education 2022/2023

Admission Cut-off Points for Colleges of Education 2022/2023

The cut-off grades/points/ aggregate for gaining admission into Colleges of Education in the 2022/2023 academic year commences from A1-C6 across all the Colleges of Education (CoE) in Ghana.

Gaining admission means you wrote your WASSCE/SSSCE and got a good grade. The definition of a good grade per college standard is to be a holder of grades A1 -C6. The said grades MUST entail three (3) Core subjects and three (3) Elective subjects. In all, an applicant should PASS in six (6) subjects BEFORE purchasing the admission forms.

Mathematics, Science, and English Language are the expected subjects that all applicants should PASS in before applying.

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Passing the six (6) subjects is a guarantee to gain admission into any of the Colleges of Education (CoE) in Ghana.

Is D7 accepted in training college?

D7 is a recognized grade on the grading scheme but, it is not an acceptable grade that can guarantee your admission into Teaching Colleges in Ghana.

Also, applicants who find their way into the system will be curled out in the due time. After gaining admission, all results will be verified again from WAEC’s database to ascertain the authenticity of the results used hence, be careful about using malicious means to gain admission.

Applicants who are holders of the TVET Certificate should:

PASS with credits in 5 subjects. The subjects MUST be three (3) core subjects that include English Language and Mathematics, & two (2) other vital and courses related elective subjects which will be a benchmark for gaining admission into the needed department.

List of Colleges in Ghana that offers Technical programs

  1. Akatsi College of Education (AKATSICO)
  2. Ada College of Education.
  3. Komenda College of Education.
  4. St. John Bosco College of Education.
  5. Mampong Technical College of Education.
  6. St. Joseph’s College of Education.
  7. Wiawso College of Education.
  8. Presby College of Education, Akropong.

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