Nigerian Law School Bar Final Exam Results
The August 2018 Nigerian Law School Bar Final Exam Results have been released. The Council of Legal Education has released the results of the 2018 Bar Final Examination conducted in August 2018 as follows:
- Total number of students who participated at the examinations: 5,846
- Total number of successful candidates: 4,633 (79.25%)
- Total number of candidates with conditional pass: 218 (3.73%)
- Total number of candidates w ho failed: 965 (16.51%)
- Total number of candidates absent: 30 (0.51%)
- 161 (2.75%) Candidates were graded in First Class.
- Candidates graded in Second Class Upper. 695 (11.89%)
- Candidates graded in Second Class Lower 1,276 (21.83%)
- Candidates in Puss: 2,501 (42.78%)
The above translates in in percentage as follows
- Pass – 79.25%
- Conditional Pass – 3.73%
- Fail – 16.51%
CALL TO BAR CEREMONIES:
The Call to Bar Ceremonies for the successful candidates will hold on November 27th ,28th and 29th November, 2018 in Abuja. Further details will be given in due course.
About The Nigerian Law School
The Nigerian Law School was set up by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 1962. The aim of the institution was to provide for the local needs the then foreign trained lawyers and to provide the much needed practical training to those aspiring to become Legal Practitioners in Nigeria .
The Lagos Campus was set up and was later to moved to its current location in 1969. The headquarters was then relocated to Abuja in 1997. The Institution has graduated over 70,000 students, a lot of whom are now successful Lawyers, Judges and Citizens.