The assessments are in two parts:
- Part 1 is a multiple-choice test (MCT) that tests Day One Outcome A.
- Part 2 (OSCE) is a practical examination that tests the skills of Interviewing, Advocacy/Oral Presentation, Legal Research, Legal Drafting and Legal Writing. The OSCE tests these skills in the context of three areas of practice: Business Law and Practice, Litigation (Civil and Criminal), and Property Law (Conveyancing, Wills and Probate). The MCT must be passed before the OSCE is attempted.