See the table below for the pass rate and the average mark awarded to students sitting the LLB May / June 2017 examinations in Pakistan
The ‘pass rate’ is the percentage of students awarded a mark of 40% or more.
Pakistan data: The figures in columns 2 and 4 relate to International Programmes students taking the LLB examinations in Pakistan.
Global data: The figures in columns 3 and 5 relate to all International Programmes students taking the LLB examinations globally.
|Module||Pakistan pass rate||Global pass rate||Pakistan average mark||Global average mark|
|Conflict of laws||91%||84%||49.9||47.6|
|Equity and trusts||73%||64%||42.7||40.9|
|International protection of human rights||90%||90%||48.2||49|
|Introduction to Islamic law||94%||92%||57.9||56.1|
|Jurisprudence and legal theory||94%||90%||52.7||51.1|
|Legal system and method||72%||67%||45.0||43.5|
|Public international law||84%||88%||51.0||50.5|
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|QED Law Revision Seminars in Toronto in March 2018. For more information CLICK HERE|
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