Some aggrieved LLB holders have called on the General Legal Council (GLC) to investigate the circumstances in which the questions and marking scheme for the Ghana School of Law entrance examination allegedly got leaked.
After the examination on Friday, July 27 2018, at the University of Ghana campus in Accra, some candidates jubilated following their ability to have had access to the leaked questions and marking scheme.
A source told The Probe that the supposed leaked questions and marking scheme were on WhatsApp prior to the examinations.
Spokesperson for the group, who pleaded anonymity, told The Probe the Council needs to cancel the paper and reset another questions for them since some candidates will be on the disadvantage side.
Checks by The Probe indicate that the 1800 candidates, who sat for the examination, were given three different halls.
According to our source, who also pleaded anonymity, most candidates who wrote the examination at the New ‘N’ Block and Cafeteria, had access to the questions with marking scheme.
The two hours paper was grouped under ‘section A’ which had twenty (20) multiple choice questions and three questions under ‘Section B’ with question one being compulsory.
The compulsory question (with its marking scheme) is what is purported to have been circulated on social media to the surprise of other candidates who had no access to the questions.
Checks by The Probe indicate that the Registrar of the Ghana School of Law, Nana Osei-Bonsu, is on leave as he was not available for comment on the issue.
As at the time of filing the story, Nana Osei-Bonsu’s phone was off.
Below is the said leaked questions and marking scheme which The Probe sited.