The Students’ Representative Council of the Ghana School of Law has described as refreshing the 2020 Entrance Examination Results for admission into the school.
According to the Independent Examination Committee of the General Legal Council (GLC), 1045 students passed the 2020 Law School Entrance Examination out of a total of 2720 candidates.
In a statement Wednesday, the SRC welcomed “the unprecedented success of 1045 candidates who sat for the 2020 Ghana School of Law entrance examination organized by the Independent Examinations Committee of the General Legal Council (GLC).”
The SRC also expressed its profound gratitude to the Ag. Director of Legal Education, Mr. Maxwell Opoku Agyemang, and his team at the Ghana School Of Law for their proactive and impactful leadership, leading to the high pass rate in this year’s entrance examination.
“In their silence, we have seen loudly the great fruits resulting from their leadership. The Triple Track system as would be adopted by the Ghana School Of Law in the 2020/21 academic year is a testament to the versatility in the leadership of Mr. Maxwell Opoku Agyemang and his team,” the statement issued by Philemon Laar, SRC President said.
The SRC has also thanked the General Legal Council under the leadership of Chief Justice Anin Yeboah, saying: “As the superintending body of Legal Education in Ghana, we credit them for the progress we have thus far recorded.”
Laar’s statement further said the SRC looked forward to closely working with the directorate of the GSL and the GLC in meeting the legitimate interests of all parties.
This year’s results saw a 23% rise in the number of students who passed the 2019 Law School Entrance Examination.
Only 128 candidates out of a total of 1,820 candidates passed the 2019 Law entrance exams.
Source: Daily Mail Gh