Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points 2020

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission to the NEW FOUR YEAR BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B.Ed) DEGREE PROGRAMME in the Forty-Six (46) Public Colleges of Education in Ghana for the 2020/2021 academic year.

Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points

The Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points are detailed below. Applicants who wish to apply for Agona SDA College of Education Admission Forms must read carefully all the cut off points before applying.

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AGONA SDA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION CUT OFF POINTS

Below are the Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points for admission to the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Programme:

1. WASSCE /SSSCE Qualification Applicants

Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points for WASSCE/SSSCE Applicants are detailed here

The general requirement for admission to the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Programme is as follows:

  • WASSCE HoldersCREDIT PASSES (A1-C6) in Six (6)subjects comprising Three (3) Core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the course of study.
  • SSSCE Holders: PASSES (A-D) in Six (6) subjects comprising Three (3) Core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the course of study
  • Candidates awaiting the MAY/JUNE, 2020 WASSCE and NABPTEX RESULTS can also apply
2. General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advance Level Applicants

The Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points for General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advance Level Applicants are as follows.

Applicants must:                                                                                           

  • have passes in three (3) subjects (at least, one of the passes should be Grade D or better).
  • have credit passes (Grade 6) in five GCE Ordinary Level subjects including English Language, Mathematics, and a Science subject (for non-science students) and an Arts subjects (for Science students).
3. Advanced Business Certificate Examination (ABCE) Applicants

All Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points for Advanced Business Certificate Examination (ABCE) Applicants are detailed here

Applicants must:

  • have passes in three (3) subjects (at least, one of the passes should be Grade D or better).
  • have credit passes in five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science or Social Studies in the General Business Certificate Examination (GBCE).
Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points
4. Technical and Vocational Education and Training Applicants

The Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points for Technical and Vocational Education and Training Applicants are detailed here

Applicants must:

 A

  • Possess Certificate II in three (3) relevant trade areas awarded by TEU, NVTI, City & Guilds and other authorised awarding bodies in addition to NABPTEX Certificate II in lieu of passes in English and Mathematics.
  • Have NABPTEX certificate II in relevant trade areas in addition to three (3) credit passes in WASSCE/SSSCE core subjects including English and Mathematics.

B. Posses a National Certificate II qualification in Competency Based Training (CBT) in a relevant trade area awarded by TEU on the National TVET Qualification Framework (NTVETQF).

5. Foreign Qualifications

All Agona SDA College of Education Cut Off Points for Foreign Qualifications are detailed here

All foreign qualifications should be referred to the National Accreditation Board (NAB) for determination of equivalences and eligibility for admission to Teacher Education Institutions in Ghana.

It should be noted that the American SAT, TOEFL etc. cannot in themselves be acceptable as entry qualifications into Ghanaian tertiary educational institutions.

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ABOUT AGONA SDA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

The college was established in 1962 by the government in collaboration with the Seventh-day Adventist Church Ghana, and was first run by the Government of Ghana and the SDA Church. The College admitted its first batch of students in 2013 although had not received accreditation from the National Accreditation Board (Ghana). In 2012 the College applied for a name approval and accreditation. Read More Here.

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