The Council of Legal Education has officially released results of the 2022 Bar Part II exams written in August/September.
The results which was part of the Council’s deliberation in its meeting yesterday would give way for the Call of qualified aspirants to the Bar few weeks from now.
According to the result breakdown sighted by TheNigeriaLawyer, 119 students representing 2.05% bagged a first class, while 787 representing 13.56%, and 2460 representing 42.40% secured Second Class Upper and Lower divisions respectively.
Furthermore, 1323 students constituting 22.8% made a pass, while the conditional pass category had 185 students making 3.19%.
15.89% of the students numbering 922 failed the exams while 6 were withheld for alleged malpractice.
The total number of students who sat for the exam is 5802.
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