Over 2,500 LL.B holders to write 2020 ‘Makola exams’ at UPSA

Former President Jerry John Rawlings joined many voices criticising the General Legal Council (GLC), following the mass failure in the 2019 Ghana Law School entrance examination.

At least over 2,500 LL.B. holders from across the country are expected to take part in the Ghana School of Law 2020 Entrance examination.

This year’s qualification exams would be taken at designated centres at the University of Professional Studies, Accra.

The entrance exams is scheduled for Tuesday, August 25, 2020, at exactly 7:00am prompt.

UPSANEWSROOM.com’s sources have revealed the number of students who would be writing the paper could reach 2,800 after the mass failure in last year’s exams.

Out of a total of 1,820 candidates who took part in the 2019 entrance exams, only 128 students passed to be admitted.

“Last year’s mass failure explains why the number of candidates will be high during the 2020 Entrance examination,” the source told UPSANEWSROOM.com.

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