The SRA’s Statement of Solicitor Competence are standards which all candidates must achieve to demonstrate their ability to practise. All candidates must be assessed against the competence standards but reasonable adjustments will be made to the way the standards are assessed to ensure that candidates are not disadvantaged as a result of a disability and/or special need. Candidates who wish to make a request for reasonable adjustments to assessment arrangements for any part of the SQE assessment so as to accommodate disabilities and/or special needs should send full details of those disabilities and/or special needs together with supporting medical or other evidence to Kaplan before the assessment date. Kaplan will accommodate candidates irrespective of ethnicity, gender, age, disability, belief or any other characteristic protected under the Equality Act 2010.
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- What is the pass mark of SQE2?
- What is the pass mark of SQE1?
- I have physical disability. Will I have special arrangements to sit the assessments?
- How many times a year are the SQE assessments offered by Kaplan?
- How long does it take to receive the SQE assessment results?
- How do I sign up to sit for the SQE assessments?