2,824 understudies from the different law resources the nation over sat for the 2021 Ghana School of Law Entrance tests Out of the number that sat for the tests, 2,034 competitors bombed Only 790 of them finished the tests.
2,000 and 34 (2,034) Bachelor of Law (LLB) competitors who sat for the 2020/2021 scholarly year Ghana School of Law Entrance tests fizzled. Out of the quantity of understudies who sat for the test, just 790 of them passed, addressing around 28% while the disappointment addresses 72%.
This advancement contrasts great outcomes for the understudies who composed the tests the year before. In 2020, 1,045 understudies out of 2,763 breezed through the placement test Over the beyond couple of years, inductions into the Ghana School of Law has turned into an issue particularly corresponding to the quantity of understudies that pass the passage exams.
Still on the issues of the graduate school, an interlocutory application that was documented to end selection tests into the Ghana School of Law (GSL) was excused by the Supreme Court. The decision tried out ahead for the Ghana School of Law selection tests, which was scheduled for, Friday, July 27, 2018, to go as arranged. US-based Ghanaian legal counselor, Professor Stephen Kweku Asare, documented the application to put a directive on the tests.This matter must be looked into as soon as posiible
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