797 law students demand answers from the General Legal Council

797 law students demand answers from the General Legal Council

- The 797 students are demanding a release of their raw scores

- They believe that a release of the scores would indicate transparency and fairness

Some law students, who were unable to sail through the entrance examination, this year, are demanding answers from the General Legal Council (GLC).

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797 law students demand answers from the General Legal Council

Prof. Kwasi Prempeh-Eck, Director-Ghana School of Law

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According to them, examinations by the GLC, which were recently declared illegal by the Supreme Court, should not have been conducted this year.

Some students had earlier petitioned the Council over the ruling of the court, with regard to the conduct of the examinations, but the GLC went nevertheless went ahead with it.

The group of students, are currently requesting for their raw scores to be released by the GLC, because they doubt it is possible for 797 students to fail the exams.

They are of the opinion that a release of the scores would ensure transparency and fairness.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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