ITECPD Releases Resit and Supplementary Examination Schedule for Affiliated Colleges of Education

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According to the recommendations, level 300 students are required to undertake various STS activities during specific timeframes
According to the recommendations, level 300 students are required to undertake various STS activities during specific timeframes
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The Institute for Teacher Education and Continuous Professional Development (ITECPD) at the University of Education Winneba (UEW) has released the resit examination schedules and relevant arrangements for students in affiliated colleges of education.

Resit Examination Dates

The resit examinations are scheduled to take place from the 4th to the 8th of March 2024.

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Students who have papers to resit are advised to prepare diligently for the upcoming examinations to improve their academic performance.

Registration Deadline

The deadline for examination registration is set for the 1st of March 2024.

Students are strongly encouraged to register for the examinations before the stipulated deadline to avoid any inconveniences.

Examination Fee

The examination fee structure has been revised to ease the financial burden on students.

Previously, students were required to pay GH¢230 per semester.

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However, due to certain considerations, students are now only required to pay 50% of the initial amount, which totals GH¢115 per semester.

For students registering for the two semesters, the fee remains GH¢230.

Payment Procedure

Students are required to make the payment through their college account.

The payments should be verified and confirmed by their respective Dean of Academic/Assessment Affairs to complete the registration process successfully.

Examination Centers

Information gathered reveals that the resit examinations will be conducted at the various colleges.

Students will write their examinations at their respective campuses.

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However, Students are to liaise with their Dean of Academic/Assessment Affairs for further details and necessary arrangements concerning the examination.

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