Ghana Law School Students Want Exams Remarked

The students of the Ghana Law School are calling for remarking of their examination papers that led to about 85% of students failing.

Out of the about 500 students that sat for the exams only 91 students passed all the 10 courses.

According to the Vice President of the SRC, Anane Agyei, about 200 students were referred to resit one or two failed papers.











Mr Anane speaking during a press conference said 206 students are set to repeat the entire course after failing in 3 or more subjects.











They called for the scrapping of the Independent Examination Body (IEB) and described the body as incompetent, inefficient, illegal, unconstitutional body and therefore need to be resolved.

By: Ghana/ Ofosu Agyeman