Ghana school of law is under stress to accommodate the influx of this year's in take which is nearly triple times the normal in take. As a result, a triple track is necessary to lessen the burden.
Speaking to TV3 news team, the Act. Dir. Maxwell Opoku Agyeman said the students will be organised in three batches. Batch A, B, C that will attend classes on Monday-Teusday, Wednesday-Thursday, and Friday-Saturday respectively.
According to him, the influx of students into the Ghana School of law can be attributed to the massive pass rate they witnessed the August exams.
He also objected to claims that the results for the previous exams were manipulated and this years pass rate was be politically manipulated. He attributed this years passes to the amply time given to prospective students to prepare as the exams was postponed from June to August due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
He also made it know that the number of core subjects in the exams were reduced from 10 to 6 which could give more time to concentrate on the fees.