What is the SQE?
Who is the SQE for?
Costs and fees
Dates and locations
The assessment day
Results and resits
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Find out more about the assessment specifics, and learn about taking them in Welsh. Get access to sample questions for both SQE1 and SQE2.
Find out more about the SQE1 and SQE2 assessments, including how they are constructed and what you’ll be tested on. The current assessment specifications were published following the annual review of the Functioning Legal Knowledge of SQE1 and SQE2.
Learn more: SQE1 assessment specification
Learn more: SQE2 assessment specification
Experience the SQE1 assessment with real sample questions in English. SQE1 sample questions in Welsh will be available in the future.
Learn more: SQE1 sample questions
Review sample oral and written questions to improve your understanding of the structure of SQE2.
You can also review the SQE using the Pearson VUE assessment platform. This will help you experience the functionality of the assessment platform including the layout of the assessment questions.
Learn more: SQE2 sample questions
Learn more: SQE2 written assessment copy and paste functionality
Find out more information about what to expect on the day of your assessment, including details on the length of the assessment days.
Learn more: The assessment day
Find out information on taking SQE1 and SQE2 in Welsh.
Learn more: SQE in Welsh
If you will need help or assistance to sit your assessments, let us know before booking your assessments. Doing this as early as possible will help ensure there is sufficient time to review your request and organise any agreed adjustments.
Learn more: Reasonable adjustments
Create your personal SQE account and book your assessments.
Find out what happens after passing the SQE and admission to the roll of solicitors.