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Students with four WASSCE credits will be able to enroll in Sierra Leonean universities.

Following a visit to the nation's universities,

the minister of Technical and Higher Education has announced that students who have completed the WASSCE with four (4) credits are now eligible to enroll in higher education institutions. And the students will begin with introductory courses before being moved to the major area of the courses they want to take at that particular university the following year.


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  1. Very brilliant idea sir
    Mr minister your wisdom is going to save alot of students who are finding it difficult to further their education because they are unlucky to make the required five credits.

    πŸ€”It's requires brave minds to think as such

    BRAVO SIRπŸ‘πŸ™ŒπŸ™πŸΎ

  2. God bless you sir πŸ™πŸ™πŸ˜Šam tired with this so call wassce

  3. I hereby confirming and strongly accept the fact introduced by our grand father in his comment.Because most of the candidates with As are the most poorest ones in attendance please sir let us buy the idea thanks

  4. Thank you sir we are very appreciated that, that can make a plenty for the girls can go to university accept of young teenage marriage in Sierra Leone

  5. Please I want to know if the four credits is included Mathematics and English?


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