July 2016 MCT Results published

Kaplan published the results from the July 2016 session on the Multiple Choice Test part of the QLTS.

We can finally complete the graphs published some time ago.

The pass mark was 56%, and the pass rate 52%.

This leads to two considerations:

  1. the pass mark was the lowest ever, together with the July 2012 and July 2014 sessions
  2. the pass rate of 52% is in line with the average of the past 9 sessions (53%) but significantly lower than last session’s (59%).

This is the historical data for pass marks:

pass mark 16







And the past 10 pass rates:

pass rate 16







You’ll notice that there is no real trend, but one thing caught my eye.

For some reason that I cannot explain, the pass rate in the summer session is always lower than the pass rate in the winter session.

Do you think that it is just a coincidence?

What do you think of the July 2016 MCT results ?

How was your exam?



About Alegher 54 Articles
Hi! My name is Marco and I’m the guy behind PasstheQlts. As you would imagine, I graduated in Law in Italy and qualified as a solicitor in Italy and Spain. I was working in house for a retail company for the last few years in Italy, but then decided I needed a change of perspective, culture, opportunities and so on. And London was the answer to my internal struggle! I moved to London and now it’s time to set the next steps in my career. To be totally honest I knew that the only logical step, unless you are looking for a career change (yes, but what?), if you want to practice Law in the UK, is what this blog is about: to pass the QLTS Exam, the Qualified Transfer Scheme! Really, I am just a guy who has the goal to pass the QLTS Exam to build a professional career in Law in London. I will share my study plan with you, read all the possible guides, interview successful candidates and try to post everything online. Of course any help, question, comment or suggestion from you will be greatly appreciated! Best of luck! Cheers! M

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