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13-Yr-Old Narrates How She Gained Admission To KNUST - VIDEO
 
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09-Oct-2017  
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Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, gained media attention and became the subject for discussion on various social media platforms after she ‘historically’ had admission to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi.

13-year-old Ruth became the youngest Senior High School graduate to have made it to the University to pursue Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mathematics.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kwadwo Gyan-Darkwa, Ruth is the third among eight siblings.

Her father teaches Physics at Prempeh College Senior High School

Narrating how she made it to the university at her age, young Ruth said she started elementary school at a tender age.

Her intelligence forced her basic school teachers to promote her ahead of her peers, thus Ruth registered and wrote her BECE when she was in form one at Junior High School (JHS).

“When I reached KG1 I went for only two terms… in class four too I spent only one term and I went to class five. I was then kicked to JHS1. And I tried the BECE in JHS1 and I passed and went to St. Louis,” she narrates.

According to Ruth, pursuing Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mathematics is good thing for hers as she “wants to become a lecturer in Mathematics”.

“After the first degree, I’ll go outside and learn space engineering,” she revealed.




 




 
 
 
Source: ghanaweb.com
 
 

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Name: very biblical
Yes parent up your child the way he/she should go and he or she will not depart from it when he/she grows. The girl might be a brilliant young girl but my admiration to the parents. After listening to both of them, one could tell the agenda is set even before they were born. The father being a teacher is pushing this agenda 100% and luckily he has brilliant children to support his agenda. I am not sure she has been topping all her mates all through her education but it is the agenda set at home. The child doesn't need to be first all through but she must just get enough for the next level. A lot of students could attain same but they might not have the 24hr supervision and dedication this girls parents have supported her with.
 
Name: GREGORY OFEI OBUOBI
We endorse and promote the growth of the nuclear family in Ghana. Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa is a healthy fruit of good parenting. Well done, Mr and Mrs Gyan-Darkwa. May God profusely reward your good parenting efforts.
 
Name: kwesi
Wow KNUST should have considered her big sister for the medicine she wanted to pursue
 
Name: Well done!
Ruth keepit up.
 
Name: alex AKA i will be rich
She very brilliant, my sister keep it up do u number peoples who has try to write remedies and fail hmmmmmmm , i think u deserve an award the face SHS SHOULD BE GIVEN TO U
 
Name: mark
wow what an intelligent girl with this record. She have to keep it up.. may God bless her to acquire her desires
 
Name: Richard
Listening to the story I have learnt 5 things: 1- Parents are not rich, 2- Mother "MAY" not be a university graduate but taught her children till they could afford for an extra class teach 3- Children are determined 4- Father was a good supervisor 5- Promoting good students can help.
 
Name: joan
Good girl, i will my daughter will also do very well. God bless you ahead.
 
Name: OMG!
We should all support these Gems to succeed
 



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