The Ghana School of Law entrance examination that was expected to be written at 10 am on Friday, September 23, was cancelled after alleged leakage. The exam was subsequently rescheduled to 1:30 pm the same day.
Sources close to the General Legal Council says the decision was taken after a meeting to resolve the issue. The examination is being supervised by the Independent Examination Committee of the General Legal Council.
The leaked paper according to our information had four questions that candidates were required to answer. It has emerged that stricter security measures will be put in place to avoid the repetition of the leakages in future examinations.
Earlier in the year, the 499 law students who were denied admission into the Ghana School of Law for allegedly failing the entrance examination, were admitted into the School.
Their admission followed a series of agitations and debates between the students and the General Legal Council (GLC), the Attorney-General and Parliament over their supposed failure.