MCT Test – The day after

After the test day I have collected a couple of impressions from who took the exam.

First of all, for the first time the test was computer based and apparently Pearson Vue experienced some technical problems during the test.

Some students reported that in some locations they couldn’t complete the second part of the test and were sent home.

Even if it was due to a technical issue, Pearson Vue (and Kaplan) should be extremely apologetic and embarrassed, but we will see what they have in mind for those affected.

Then, the exam.

The most common comment is “It’s really hard”.

We already knew it but hearing it from someone who just took the test reinforces the substance – you need to study, you need to be prepared, you need to be confident and quick.

Hence the lesson – study hard, and practice a lot!

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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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