Among those who sat for Makerere University University pre-entry law exams in 2019, about 22% have passed, according to PML Daily.
Among the 22% that passed, 378 sat on direct entry, 42 were on degree entry while 27 were on diploma entry.
The list pinned at Makerere University shows that from 2,080 candidates who sat pre-entry exams, only 447 students passed and 1633 failed. The percentage of students who failed goes to about 78%.
All students who are willing to take the course of Barchelors of Law are bu the University required to sit for the pre-entry exams.
The pre-entry examinations involve areas such as reading and comprehension skills; language skills; numerical skills and logic; general knowledge and analytical writing skills.
However, Makerere University Academic Registrar said that students who got 50% and above qualifies to join the University in the next academic year.
“The candidates who scored 50 percent and above passed the examinations. The successful candidates who may be interested in studying Bachelor of Laws under private sponsorship should apply for Day or evening before the deadline of 30th April 2019,” Alfred Masikye said.