CLP exam pass rate plunges

KUALA LUMPUR: The overall pass rate for those sitting for the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) examination has plunged from 94.79% at its inception in 1984 to 40.81% last year.

According to the Legal Profession Qualifying Board (QB) examination statistics, the overall CLP performance (which includes resits) fell below 50% in 1994 and hit the lowest ever in 2001 (30.29%) after a re-grading of results following a marking scandal.

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