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What Is MetExam Vision and Concept?

We have analysed why people feel uncomfortable studying and preparing for exams. And our conclusions are. First, it is not convenient to use printed materials. Oh yes, for the generation of gadgets and digital devices to carry printed paper everywhere

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SQE assessments. What does it mean?

A person who intends to become a Solicitor in England and Wales must pass a centralised set of assessments, the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (“SQE”). The Solicitors Regulation Authority introduces the SQE in 2021. Solicitors must meet the same high standard

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How will an SQE be assessed?

In a single assessment window before SQE 2 attempt, a Candidate must pass both parts of SQE 1: – FLK 1 – FLK 2 If the candidate fails any of the parts of the SQE1, then it must resit the

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What is a QWE?

Under the current route, a candidate needs to complete a minimum of two years’ Qualifying Work Experience (QWE) before qualifying as a solicitor. QWE is comparable to a training contract and can be completed at any point during the qualification

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What is an SQE?

The Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) includes two parts – SQE1 and SQE2. The SQE1 examines operating legal knowledge and tests the use of the law based on practical client-based scenarios in multiple-choice questions. There will be two multiple-choice papers of

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