It’s nearly time for the July sitting of the MCT.
How are you getting on?
A few things to remember for the test day are listed here.
Don’t be late as latecomers will not be allowed into the test room, familiarize with the venue and the location, and bring at least two forms of identification to avoid issues.
Also remember that, despite the shocking results of the Brexit referendum, the United Kingdom is still part of the EU. This means that, as Kaplan clarified here, there will be no impact on MCT on 6 July 2016. The MCT will test candidates on Outcomes A1 – A11 of the Solicitors Regulation Authority Day One Outcomes.
It is not clear what the future implications of the vote will be, but that is something that will take at least a couple of years to be defined.
Remember that once the UK has served the notice in accordance with Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, it will take around two years to complete the process. As things stand, nobody knows as nobody ever went down that route.
Good luck with the MCT!!