The results of the Nigerian Law School’s final bar tests for 2021 have been published, with 1,326 applicants failing out of 5,770 who took the exams.
On Tuesday, July 6, the results of the examinations, which are required for admission to the Nigerian bar, were published.
According to the Council of Legal Education, a total of 5,770 students took the examinations, with 20 students (0.07 percent) receiving first-class honours and 432 (7.49 percent) receiving second-class honours (Upper Division).
A total of 2,172 pupils (37.64 percent) passed Second Class (Lower Division), while 1,725 (29.90 percent) passed.
Conditional passes were given to 35 students (0.61 percent), while 1,326 students (22.98 percent) failed.
A total of 60 pupils (1.04%) were absent.
The findings were likewise accepted during the Council meeting, and the dates for the call to the Bar were set on July 27th and 28th, 2021.
The number of pupils who failed the examinations this year is the largest since 2017.