Repeated law students boycott special classes

Repeated law students boycott special classes

The students of the Ghana Law School have served a notice that they won't be able to attend the classes intended to help them re-write the failed papers.

According to them they believe the management of the Law School are to blame for the mass failure of students this year and not on teaching.

In a letter addressed to the director of the Ghana School of Law, the students said they were deeply concerned about the conduct and management of their examinations.

Repeated law students boycott special classes

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"We are deeply concerned about the conduct and management of our examinations which we believe is partly responsible for the high rate of failure,” they said.

He said 284 students were asked to repeat and rewrite all the 10 courses of programmes they registered which he described as absurd due to the unfair policy

"We are equally concerned about the repeat policy which we think is unfair resulting in a large number of students who are struggling to graduate from the school," he said.

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