Continuous Assessment (CA) The system of continuous assessment through occasional objective written tests, sessional work, seminar presentations, oral examinations and home examinations is applied to law studies at this university. Student progress in each course is continually assessed as much as possible through tests, written assignments, reports, and other means that are appropriate and consistent with the objectives and course flow. The score for each course assigned to continuous assessment is 30 percent of the overall grade. Subjects: Nigerian legal system, natural law, positive law, historical, utilitarian law, substantive law, procedural law, private public law, criminal law, civil law, municipal law, international law, Nigerian legislation, precedent, obiter dictum, customary law, English law (a) No course may contain less than one unit (b) No course other than a research project may consist of more than four units. (c) Advancement to the next level is performance-based (d) Students may only enroll in a maximum of 24 teaching units per semester. Teaching is quantified by course units, a course unit consisting of fifteen hours of lessons or exercises, or an equivalent combination of these types of instruction. The courses are organized in progressive order of difficulty or by stages of academic progression. 1. To progress normally toward graduation, a student must successfully complete all courses specified in this program and achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 1.0 each semester. 2.
The final result shall be based on the results of all equally weighted years and the ranking of the financial statements shall be based on the weighted MBM as follows: 5. Overview of Civil and Criminal Proceedings in Nigeria 1st Class – OAG – 4.50 – 5.00 2nd Class Upper Division – MPC 3.50 – 4.49 2nd Class Lower Division – MPC 2.40 – 3.49 3. Class – CGPA 150 – 2.39 Pass – CGPA 1.00 – 1.49 Topics: Applied civil hydrology, natural hydrographer, input flow, intermittent current, multi-year flows, specific efficiency, transferability, storage coefficient, specific storage, groundwater level, piezometric surface, aquiscope, aquiclude, aquifuge, aquifuge, Aquitard, gauge station Program offered The courses offered by the Faculty of Law lead to the Bachelor of Laws, called LL.B. Course Cancellation A student may withdraw from a course at any time up to and including the seventh full week of the semester without penalty. Students who resign after the seventh week are considered failed, except in special cases approved by the Senate, unless they have been asked to withdraw from the faculty. Subjects: Administration of criminal justice, Judicial structure, High courts, Hierarchy of jurisdictions, Lower courts, Modern administration of justice, Juvenile courts, Juvenile justice, Juvenile justice, Victims of crime Final grades (1) Each course is assessed with a maximum of 100 points, of which 70% are awarded to the final exam and 30% to the continuous exam. Continuous exam marks are not part of the final grades of the research project for students in their final year of study. (2) The minimum grade in each course is 40% (3) The grades obtained by each student in each course will be marked with the corresponding grades and points as follows: A compulsory course is a course that is not a university course in which a student must be enrolled and passed to obtain the degree. 1. To be eligible for a degree, a full-time student admitted through Direct Entry must successfully complete courses of at least 154 credits, including courses required by the University. An optional course is a course that can be taken to balance the minimum required number of units or to increase the number of units subject to the maximum number prescribed in this Regulation. Course Admission Admission to courses ends at the end of the third full week of each semester.
A student who does not write the exam in a course for which he or she has registered without a reason for admission to the faculty study committee is considered a failure. (4) The GPA is the average of the cumulative points obtained by the student under the program. It is acquired by: (a) Ten semesters for full-time students admitted by UTME. b) Eight semesters for full-time students admitted by direct entry. (a) Calculate the sum of grade points multiplied by the respective credit points for all semesters and (b) divide this sum by the total number of credit units for all courses in which the student has enrolled. 1. Each student will be assessed against minimum units, including units for all required courses, as well as additional units where applicable. 3.
Any student who does not obtain a CGPA of at least 1.0 at the end of two consecutive semesters during the probationary period will be asked to withdraw from the faculty. 100 Ave. Road, London, NW3 3PF England, United Kingdom Percentage Letter Note Point 70-100 A 5 60 – 69 B 4 50 – 59 C 3 45 – 49 D 2 40 – 44 E 1 0 – 39 F 0 2. Any student whose cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is less than 1.0 at the end of two consecutive semesters will be placed on probation until their CGPA is increased to 1.0. An academic requirements course is a course that must be registered and successfully completed before a degree is awarded, but does not count towards the final classification, e.g. General African Studies (GAS) or research methodology (audit course for 500-level students) Topics: Civil Engineering Materials, Concrete, Crimping, Concrete Separation, Fresh concrete, Hardened concrete, Reinforced concrete, Reinforced concrete, Fresh concrete reproduction, Compressive strength, Admixture, Batches, Hardening, Workability, Steel, Corrosion of steel, coal tar, asphalt Failure to pass the exam in courses The Faculty of Law offers undergraduate studies leading to the law degree (LL.B). a) Multiply the point assigned to the alphabetical grade obtained in each course by the number of units assigned to the course to obtain the weighted mark for each course. b) Addition of weighted grades for all courses taken up to that date, subject to the minimum requirements of the University, but including all compulsory courses. (c) by dividing the weighted total score by the total number(s).