UEW Postpones Resit Examination for Affiliated Colleges of Education | Here are the reasons|

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Affiliated colleges are advised to take note of this suspension and refrain from implementing the proposed fee increase until further communication from the university.
Affiliated colleges are advised to take note of this suspension and refrain from implementing the proposed fee increase until further communication from the university.
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The Institute for Teacher Education and Continuous Professional Development (ITECPD) at the University of Education, Winneba, has made the decision to postpone the resit examination originally scheduled for trainees( 2023 graduating batch) in the affiliated colleges of Education.

The examination, initially set to take place from 4th to 8th March 2024, was later rescheduled to 11th to 15th March. However, it has now been postponed until further notice.

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While no official reason has been provided for the postponement, sources indicate that discrepancies have been identified in the recent results released for students.

This has caused concern among the assessment officers at the affiliated colleges, who are currently addressing the issues.

SEE ALSO: Graduation Date for 2022/2023 Batch of Trained Teachers from UEW-affiliated Colleges of Education Revealed

Additionally, there have been concerns raised about previous results, particularly those from online examinations conducted during the Covid-19 pandemic period, which require further attention.

It should be noted that no official date has been announced for the resit examination yet.

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However, trainees have been advised to remain alert as they will receive updates from their assessment officers regarding any new developments.

SEE ALSO: How to Calculate Your CGPA and UEW Requirements for Graduation

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