Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Law Students Totalling Over One Thousand Will Not Be Called To Bar For Failing Final Exams

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Sunday, 22 October 2017

Law Students Totalling Over One Thousand Will Not Be Called To Bar For Failing Final Exams

1272 students of the Nigeria Law school have reportedly failed the final examination conducted in August ..







The School's Head of Information and Protocol, Chinedu Ukekwe said out of a total of 5, 891 that participated in the examinations 1,272 candidates failed.


He said ...

29 students made First Class.
 211 Second Class Upper
 1, 046 Second Class Lower
 2, 999 got a Pass, while 334 came out with conditional Pass.


However, 4, 285 candidates were reportedly successful and will be called to the Nigerian Bar.

Ukekwe added that the ‘Call to the Bar’ ceremony for the successful candidates will hold on Nov. 28 and 29 in Abuja.

There have always been stories about how difficult it is to pass Law school exams let alone making first class.
Pulse recently spoke to a student,  Oludare Subomi Onokoya who made first class in the previous Law School exams and he said:
"It wasn't easy, but I won't say it was too difficult either. It has a lot to do with mindset and believing that all obstacles are surmountable if a person is determined enough."




*Pass and conditional pass after all the money spent in school?Is there no Third Class?I think it should be upgraded to 3rd class and Pass..
Na wah,this is so sad!
Please Law Students here,I need to know...those who failed it out rightly,are they allowed to take the exams again?



30 comments:

kerry okoye said...

Yes Stella!
They will have to retake the exam....
Most people spend up to 3yrs doing law school, its that pathetic and sad!
It takes a strong will person and God to make BAR FINALS.

Just Bella. said...

Wow...... congratulations to those who passed.... I just hope my brother's name is among the list.

Rappakatakata said...

Conditional pass..hmmm.

Anonymous said...

In law school you write 5 papers. Conditional pass is where you passed 4 papers and failed one. Fail is where you failed two courses and above. Pass is where your lowest score was between 40-49. Law school is based on lowest score graduation. So someone can have 4 A's and 1 D. The person will graduate with a pass becuz D was the lowest score. Which is unfair. You can only have a first class when you scored A in all five courses. when you fail you can rewrite 6 times after which if you do not make it, you have to go back to your school and apply afresh to law school to begin the process. The thing with not making it once in law school is when you are making the second attempt no matter how good your scores are, you will graduate with a pass.

Roseberry said...

Eya.... Too bad for them

Anonymous said...

Let me tell you how law school calculate their result, we do 5 course, if one has A in 4 courses and have E in one, Stella that a pass, what ever you leave with in law school is the lowest score you have, have A in 4 courses then F in one that fail which is cond pass which is you are writing just one, then have A in 3 courses and fail 2 courses, you are writing all the courses all over again. So Stella you can imagine

Flawlessbae❤❤ said...

congratulations to dose who passed๐Ÿ˜˜

Cute hajia Omo Mummy said...

Na wa oh.. how did they manage to graduate frm University..

O J said...

No be small thing o
They released that result late at night after giving people high bp..
My brother cried his eyes out for getting a second class lower...He was almost there :3 A's and 1 C. We were just cheering him up, telling him to thank God that made him pass well..."It was worse for some others" we said, but he always compares himself to the best.
He has always been that way saying, he has plans...kikikiki

Whereas some people are on suicide watch, it is well and may God comfort them.
Law school is tough and their grading system is strict.

The latest 21yrs old barrister...

Miss Ess said...

This one na another jamb

O J said...

Conditional pass candidates will have to resit the failed course numbering just one, whereas failure in more courses attracts going back to law school for the stipulated one year....You can go back to law school as many times as possible.

Miss Juliet said...

Na wa o so you need to be very sharp to make it. Congrats to those that passed

Stranger said...

Hol up! He told you guys that? That he had three A's and 2 Credit๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚? Your bro is just gassing himself and gaming y'all.
Fellow lawyers, does NLS now give details/breakdown of one's performance in various courses?
Your bro should sit his ass down and stop feeling special cos his so called 2.2 isn't better than the person who had a pass!

Bluee said...

How did ur brother see his grades biko.because I want to know the stupid course DAT made me have pass.I am sure it's corporate law

Anonymous said...

I went to Abuja campus law school.. it is not an open thing. It is coded. If you know someone who works in the computer room the person can tell you your break down. I had 4 B's and 1 C. So I had 2:2.. my dear I am grateful oh.. to think the course I was scared of was the course I had a B. Then the one wey I do over Sabi Naim give me C. Law school is not by who read pass or who know book pass but it is God's mercies and favour

Anonymous said...

Yes you can check your grade, but you have to pay the exams record, so the guy is not lying

Anonymous said...

Not as many times, only 6times if one can't still make it then you go home

Rhoda Rex said...

Very bad.

Rhoda Rex said...

Wow. Nor be small thing o

Rhoda Rex said...

6times is 6years o.

Cisca Chesca said...

Na wa o
Its really not easy at all.
Congrats to those that made it.

Cisca Chesca said...

Hmmmmmm

Cisca Chesca said...

And you think its that easy?๐Ÿ˜

Anonymous said...

That is a lie, failure in all courses means resit in all while conditional resist just one.

charitybino said...

Congratulations to all those that passed.

Anonymous said...

So happy and excited for my friends that passed.
Unfortunately, I didn't.
February 2018 is for the resit. I know that I will make it. Chukwu no na olu.

Anonymous said...

I love your spirit dear.... May God be with you as you make it.

Anonymous said...

I so love you right now, it can be depressing but don't cry, the day of their call to bar don't cry, don't even enter fb, when I had cond pass I cried and stayed in a corner for one day I didn't bath or eat, colleagues were calling for the good news, I cried till I almost died, no tears came out, next year I took the exams passed, now I'm doing great by his grace, Just start now to read ok

perfmosphere said...

Wow! I love your spirit.

Anonymous said...

Atleast you made it to lawschool some of us they serve our father land after 6years in the uni to study a 5years course.so dnt think your situation guve thanks to God.

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