- Francis Assan, a brilliant Ghanaian young man who got 7As and a 'B' in social studies after his WASSCE exams, had his admission rejected by the University of Ghana (UG) Law School
- He resorted to pursuing a degree in Accounting and Finance at the University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA)
- The young man has successfully graduated with flying colours and seeks to be engaged by a good company in Ghana as a National Service Personnel and potential full-time employee
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The story of a Ghanaian young man by the name of Francis Assan has recently been shared by his brother, Dickson Assan, on social media.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of Dickson Assan had him revealing that his brother Francis was rejected by the University of Ghana Law school for getting a 'B2' in social studies although he got 'A's in all other subjects.
"As to why University of Ghana refused my younger brother, Francis Assan admission to read law still baffles me to date. To them, the B2 in social studies is a blot."
According to Dickson, his brother had no choice but to apply to other schools, given his rejection by UG. Thankfully, he gained admission to the University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA), where he pursued a degree in Accounting and Finance.
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Being the brilliant young man he is, Francis graduated from UPSA with excellent results.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Dickson shared how impressed he was about his brother's reaction upon finding out he could not make it to law school.
"I must say Francis managed his rejections very well. He put in the work and performed excellently hence he knew that getting denied admission to read law was not something that should affect his worth or capabilities. He got over it quick and moved on to the next big thing and that was impressive", he said.
Francis Abban is currently looking forward to being engaged as a National Service Personnel with hopes of transitioning into a full-time employee after.
He can be reached through the email address; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that despite possessing a master's degree and a horde of other excellent qualifications, a Keyan citizen identified as Dennis hasn't been able to find a job.
After finishing his first degree in 2013, Dennis found a job but decided to proceed and obtain a masters which he successfully did in 2018.
Since the time he bagged his second degree and a horde of other beautiful certificates, the young man who is 39 years old has been unable to land a job.
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