894 students of the Nigerian Law School (NLS) who took part in the Final Bar Examinations, conducted in August 2019, failed, the Council for Legal Education said on Thursday.
According to the Council, about 4,425 students, who were successful in the exams would be called to bar from November 26 to 28 in Abuja.
A statement by the Director-General of the NLS, Prof. Isa Chiroma (SAN), out of the 5,689 students who took the examinations, 4,425 were successful, 319 had conditional pass while 894 failed.
Chiroma added that 2.58 per cent had First Class, 13.03 per cent had Second Class Upper while 5.61 per cent of the students had conditional pass, and 15.71 per cent failed.
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