For the past years in our education, both private an public Universities does not accept D7 as a grade in their schools. Due to the cut of point which is C6, D7 is not admissible in the schools. This makes a lot of students to struggle hard to write and pass.
Fortunately for them, a new order has come from the Education Minister, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum that, D7 should be accepted in the Universities. According to the minister, it does not make sense to keep D7 students in the house when the Universities can do something around it.
This news made Nov/Dec students at the places where they receive tuition to write the Nov/Dec jubilate. Some student also who are from GH Media School spoke to MyNewsGH.com and they said it is a welcoming development.
Also, the minister indicated in a short address given at the swearing - in and Inauguration of Governing Council of some public Technical Universities that, they should create access programs for D7 students.
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