MCT (Multiple Choice Test) Overview
Important notice regarding the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) and the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE)
26/03/21: The SQE has been approved by the Legal Services Board and will replace all current routes to becoming a qualified Solicitor in England and Wales – including the QLTS scheme. The SQE will create a single, national licensing examination to ensure consistency in achievement of the high standards of the assessment.
The new SQE pathway to qualification will be introduced in September 2021, with the first available SQE 1 assessment sitting in November 2021. The first sitting for the SQE 2 assessment will take place in April 2022.
Please note: Law training Centre are no longer accepting enrolments onto our MCT or OSCE courses. To continue your qualification journey with Law Training Centre, we encourage you to read more about our SQE1 Prep and SQE2 Prep courses. If you would like to speak to one of our dedicated team to discuss your options and any exemptions that you may qualify for, please contact us:
or call us on 0330 088 8495
For foreign qualified lawyers, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) offers specific guidance on their principles for admission, which varies from the average SQE candidate. You can also email email@example.com for more information and clarification.
The SRA will allow candidates who have passed the multiple-choice test (MCT) time to finish qualifying via the QLTS scheme. However, the SRA has made it clear that this may not be possible for some candidates due to the time limits and limited number of exam places. To read more about the arrangements and how they will affect you, visit the SRA’s website detailing the transition to SQE.
Course fees for MCT
What will I learn?
Your tailored course options
Please note you may also be exempt from having to study certain topics within the OSCE. This will be decided by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). For more on how this work please see QLTS course requirements.
What will I need before I get started?
How to apply?
How do I enrol?
The Law Training Centre accepts applications throughout the year so that learners can start when it suits them most.
You can request an enrolment form by completing our form. Once completed, you will receive the form directly to the email address you provide.
Please fill in the enrolment form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens after I send my enrolment form?
We will issue your invoice according to your chosen option – either self–sponsored or firm-sponsored. If you are paying by instalments, a separate Direct Debit mandate email will be sent out for you to complete online, you will need to set up both the Direct Debit and complete the initial payment. Once the invoice has been paid (or the Direct Debit set up if applicable) please notify us by return email.
You can pay by bank transfer to our account or by card using the payment link on your invoice.
Once we have processed your payment (and received confirmation that the Direct Debit mandate has been set up if you are paying by instalments) and the 14-day cooling-off period has passed or has been waived, you will receive access to your course login within two working days. If it doesn’t arrive, please check your junk folder before contacting our support team on email@example.com