The KNUST admission office reveals the class of applicants who will not be admitted by the university during the 2023 / 2024 academic year. This was contained in an official post from the admission office to applicants.
Per the notice, the KNUST stated that “Do not expect any form of admission if you fall within any of the following categories:”
It went on to state that applicants who provide their NMC Certificates as well as those who fail to UPLOAD ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS on the online application portal will not be considered.
Given the above details, any applicant who fails to complete his or her application process on the university’s admission portal has no chance of getting considered for admission.
Candidates who are yet to complete their admission process on the portal are advised to visit the portal to do so.
The notice further added that the issue related more to (TOP-UP) SANDWICH APPLICANTS seeking admission.
Again, the university’s admission office stated that it was working on the admission applicants who uploaded their required documents late.
“Some applicants who uploaded their documents late are being worked on. Such applicants are advised to be patient.” the statement indicated.
Before is one of such information from the KNUST Admission Office.
NOTICE FROM THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE, KNUST:
TO (TOP-UP) SANDWICH APPLICANTS
Do not expect any form of admission if you fall within any of the following categories:
If you do not provide your NMC Certificates.
If you failed to UPLOAD ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS on the online application portal.
Some applicants who uploaded their documents late are being worked on. Such applicants are advised to be patient.
In a related development, the 2023/2024 admission process for 2023 WASSCE candidates who are writing their examination is expected to end after the release of their results by WAEC later in the year.
The release of the WASSCE results will allow such candidates to go back to the admission portal for WASSCE applicants seeking admission into the Diploma and 1st degree programmes to update their admission details with their results, among other things.
WASSCE applicants will be expected to meet the university’s general admission grade cut-off point, as well as the programme-specific cut-off points for each of the programmes they apply for.
2023 WASSCE graduates who have successfully started the st degree admission process but do not have grades for admission would have to abandon the process, especially those who may D7 Pass (45% – 49%) or (E8 Pass 40% – 44%) or (F9 Failure 0% – 39%)
In a related development, WAEC has extended the registration for 2023 NOVDEC also known as 2023 Private WASSCE. All candidates who are writing the 2024 WASSCE for school candidates are advised to take advantage of the extension and register for the subjects they feel they may not do well in the WASSCE.
This move will serve as a safety net for these candidates and will help shorten their stay out of school should they fail any of the papers they register to resit in the 2023 NOVDEC.
2023 WASSCE candidates should also note that their exams will be marked using the grading system below.
Below Is The WASSCE 2023 grades in percentage;
- A1 Excellent 75% – 100%
- B2 Very good 70% – 74%
- B3 Good 65%- 69%
- C4 Credit 60% – 64%
- C5 Credit 55% – 59%
- C6 Credit 50% – 54%
- D7 Pass 45% – 49%
- E8 Pass 40% – 44%
- F9 Failure 0% – 39%
We hope the updates on 2023 KNUST Admission Applicants who will not be admitted plus the other updates have been useful to you.