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Preparing for the SQE is no small task. It involves knowing the law and being able to convey it in a confident and skilful manner. Often, it is the skills part that most lawyers feel overwhelmed by because there are no hard and fast rules or black and white clear distinctions about them. This makes it difficult to assess yourself to see whether you are doing the skills part effectively or not. Everyone's style and ability is also different, so there will naturally be some skills you will be better at than others and it is working out what you do well and what needs to be improved, that can be the difference between passing or failing the SQE.
Skilfully Passing the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) helps you to know what to expect from the SQE assessments and how best to prepare for them. Although the Legal Knowledge Assessments are discussed and tips suggested, this book does not deal with the law. For the Practical Legal Skills Assessments, tips and tricks are shared on how to deal with potential unforeseeable situations that may occur in the scenario where you will be expected to deal with them confidently. Below are some typical questions that might go through your mind...