October 14, 2016

Almost 20 Percent Fail Nigerian Law School Exams

Nearly one in five students who sat for August/September 2016 final examinations of the Nigerian Law School, failed and will not be called to the bar, official results have shown.

The result contained in a statement signed by the executive director of the Nigerian Law School, Olanrewaju Anadeko, shows that 17.8 percent of the student who sat in the last examination failed and will not be called to bar this November.

The figure represents 980 students out of 5,517 who participated in examination.

According to the statement, 4,178 of the candidates passed the examination without any conditions while 359 of them had conditional passes.

That means 75% of the candidates passed without conditions, while 6.5% had conditional passes.

A similar examination conducted in April recorded 23.6 percent failure rate, as 709 candidates out of 3,056 who sat for that batch of the final examination did not make the pass mark.

Potential candidates to the bar must sit and pass the final examination by the school, while complying with other provisions of the Legal Practitioners Act to be qualified for the call to bar.


Anonymous said...

Then expect more Charge And Bail Lawyers

Great said...

Really sad,notin works again,even student head don block,well blame it to reccession.lol.

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