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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We have updated the SQE assessment terms and conditions. These take effect from 21 September 2022 and apply to candidates who make a new booking from this date. They will therefore first apply to candidates that book to sit the January 2023 SQE1.
The amendments have been made in light of our experience in dealing with candidates during the last SQE1 and SQE2 assessments. The changes do not alter the SQE assessment and are intended to provide further clarification for candidates and also include the addition of some new provisions. The changes are primarily in the areas of cancellation rights and charges, changes to SQE Assessment Regulations and mitigating circumstances.
We would encourage all candidates to read the terms and conditions before they book an assessment. Some of the changes include:
Therefore, by way of example:
SQE1: if a candidate is due to take both FLK1 and FLK2 in an SQE1 sitting, and:
SQE2: if a candidate is booked to take SQE2 but:
Our policies page also provides links to the key policy documents relating to the SQE. It also includes links to other helpful documents including the Assessment Regulations.
Learn more: Policies