OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) Overview
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Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) notice regarding the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE)
Did you know that the SQE (Solicitors Qualifying Examination) has now been approved by the Legal Services Board? What does this mean? The Legal Services Board have agreed to move forward with the full introduction of the SQE. This new pathway to qualification will be introduced in September 2021 with the first available assessment SQE 1 sitting in November 2021. The first sitting for SQE 2 will take place in April 2022.
The SQE will be a rigorous assessment for all aspiring solicitors. It will replace all current routes to becoming a qualified Solicitor in England and Wales, including the QLTS scheme. This new pathway to qualification has now been approved by the Legal Services Board.
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 they have put in place. This means that a foreign qualified lawyer will need to consider the risk of not completing the QLTS scheme and having to switch streams to the SQE to become a Solicitor in England and Wales after 2021.
Foreign Qualified Lawyers will go through the SQE to become a Solicitor in England and Wales.
The SQE comprises of;
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What will I learn?
You will also learn the OSCE’s three practice areas. Knowledge of these is essential. They are the law for:
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Standard is for those who are confident in their exam techniques but who need to specialist knowledge to pass the QLTS, which is comprised of two parts: MCT and OSCE.
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 works please see QLTS course requirements.
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