Law School – The students of the University of Lagos, Obafemi Awolowo University and the University of Nigeria have emerged tops in the 2017 Bar Final Examination.
The analysis of the performance of the institution states that six UNILAG students, four from UNN and three OAU finished with first class honors at the end of the examination.
Also, two students each from Lagos State University, University of Ibadan, Osun state University, Babcock and Uyo graduated with first-class grade.
Others schools with first-class grade students are Igbinedion University, University of Ilorin, Ambrose Ali University, Afe Babalola University and Adekunle Ajasin University.
Out of the 5,924 students that sat the examination, 29 students emerged with first class, 211 with second class upper grade, 1,046 had the second class lower grade, 3,000 had pass grade, 333 conditional pass and 33 did not sit the examination. Law School
However, none of the foreign students that participated in the exams graduated with first class. Out of the 515 of them, 275 passed while 134 failed.
The performance analysis also showed that 73 of the foreign students finished with second class lower, 11 of them with upper while 19 had a conditional pass and three did not write the examinations.
72% pass rate was recorded and based on the analysis, UNILORIN has the highest record of pass with 93.3 followed by UNILAG with a total pass of 91.8