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Nigerian Law School: 850 students pass resit exams, 724 fail

By John Chuks Azu on 16/06/2019

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The Nigerian Law School, Bwari, in Abuja, has announced the result of the April 2019 Bar Resit Examination, which showed that 850 students recorded success.

In a statement, signed by the Director-General of the school, Prof. Isa Hayatu Chiroma over the weekend, showed that 1,680 students sat for the examination.

The statement said 724 students failed the resit examination, which is 42.10 per cent of the total students.

The Director-General also stated that 34 students, representing 2.02 per cent, made conditional pass.

The number of successful candidates, which is 50.60 per cent, is a decline to the 2017 April Resit Examination which had 65.06 per cent pass and 6.5 per cent conditional pass. (Daily Trust)

 

 

Source News Express

Posted 16/06/2019 05:42:13 AM

 

 

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