219 Out Of 395 ZIALE ‘failures’ To Rewrite Bar Exams In April 2022

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THE Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education (ZIALE) has introduced that 219 out of the 395 applicants who didn’t effectively entire the Legal Practitioners Qualifying Examination (LPQE) are eligible to rewrite in April 2022.

ZIALE director and leader government officer Ann Malata-Ononuju mentioned the 219 applicants constitute 55.4 p.c of the entire collection of applicants that sat the September 2021 examinations.

Mrs Ononuju mentioned the 219 applicants finished 4 or extra Heads which lead them to eligible to rewrite the examinations, in keeping with the regulation, she mentioned in a commentary.

“In line with rule 24 (4) Of the Student Rules under the Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education (ZIALE) Act Chapter 49 of the Laws of Zambia, a candidate is required to pass at least four Heads which are credited to them and repeat the remaining Heads at LPQE Repeaters Examinations,” Mrs Ononuju mentioned.

178 applicants, representing 44.6 p.c, had incomplete passes as they didn’t meet the brink of passing no less than 4 Heads.

She defined that 10 applicants finished 10 out of eleven heads, 23 applicants finished 9 out of eleven heads whilst 24 applicants finished 8 heads out of eleven heads.

She additional mentioned 27 applicants finished seven heads out of eleven, 36 finished six out of eleven heads.

Mrs Ononuju added that 36 scholars finished six heads out of eleven, 43 finished 5 heads out of eleven whilst 55 applicants finished 4 heads out of eleven.

She mentioned 53 applicants completed 3 out of eleven, 69 applicants concluded two heads out 11, 35 completed one head out of eleven whilst 19 applicants didn’t go any of the 11 heads.

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