One of the most prominent features of the 21st century is certainly the diversification of higher education. We already see differences in the form, curriculum, forms of instruction, and structure of educational institutions caused by rapid social and technological changes. Indeed, classical higher education has been bound to change – due to the growing gap […]
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What is SQE? The Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE), or super-exam as it is referred to, is the new uniform set of assessments of one’s functional legal knowledge (SQE 1) and practical legal skills (SQE 2) to determine whether this person meets the high standard expected of a solicitor in England and Wales (UK). It is […]
Of the many indicators of upcoming changes to the legal profession, liberalisation of legal services initiated by the SRA is perhaps the most demonstrative one. Since at least 2013, the body has been consistently implementing initiatives aimed at simplifying regulations in the legal profession and removing those not in the public interest. In 2015, the […]
Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) Stage One: Overview and Sample Question
Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) is designed to have 2 stages (SQE stage 1, and SQE stage 2), of which SQE stage 1 is going to assess the candidates’ knowledge at point of admission. The method selected to achieve this objective is multiple-choice questions. What do we know about this type of testing? By Dr Irene Rudique […]
Are Both Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme and Solicitors Qualifying Examination Modelled on the Miller Pyramid?
What Is Miller Pyramid? The original pyramid was designed by the American psychologist George Miller in 1990 as a framework for assessing doctors’ clinical competence. This framework distinguishes between knowledge at the lower levels and action at the highest level. Thus, the lowest level of the pyramid represents knowledge (knows), which at higher levels is […]