The QLTS assessment comprises three parts, a Multiple Choice Test (MCT), an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) and a Technical Legal Skills Test (TLST). In order to pass the QLTS Assessment, candidates must pass all three parts within the five year validity period of their certificate of eligibility. Candidates are given a maximum of three attempts at each of the three parts (the MCT, the OSCE and the TLST) within that 5 year period. You must pass the MCT before enrolling for either the OSCE or the TLST. The OSCE and the TLST may then be taken in any order.
You should be aware that a "Fit to Sit" Policy will be in operation for all assessments. Essentially by attending an assessment you are certifying yourself as being fit to sit it and you will be required to sign a form to this effect at the beginning of each assessment. Full details of the Fit to Sit Policy are in the Assessment Regulations.
Unless otherwise stated in advance candidates will be assessed on the law in force at the time of the assessment.