The Ghana School of Law entrance examination, expected to be written today, Friday, 23rd September 2022, has reportedly leaked.
A copy of the paper has been shared widely on a number of social media platforms.
The examination is being supervised by the Independent Examination Committee of the General Legal Council (GLC).
The paper sighted by The Ghana Report has four questions that candidates will be required to answer.
It is not clear yet whether the examination will be allowed to take place today as scheduled.
However, reports indicate that the GLC is currently engaged in a meeting to resolve the issue.
In July this year, the Ghana School of Law had to cancel a scheduled examination paper over suspicions that it had leaked.
The Independent Examinations Body cancelled the Civil Procedure paper because the questions leaked hours before it was scheduled to be written.
Sources indicated that there was suspicion that another paper, which was written on Thursday, 14th July 2022, was also leaked in a similar fashion.
The Independent Examinations Body came under a barrage of criticism some months ago following the failure of 499 students who were later admitted to the Ghana School of Law.