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Monday, March 8, 2010
The test for Head III will be of three hours duration with noadditional reading time. The test for Head III is in 2 parts. Part A examines Solicitors Accounts. Part B examines Professional Conduct and Financial Services. Part A carries 40% of the marks. Part B carries60%. The test consists of 50 multiple choice questions, 20 in Part A and 30 in Part B. 2 marks are awarded for each correct answer, while ½ a mark is deducted for each incorrect answer. There is nochoice of question in either part of the paper. You should mark the multiple choice answer sheet which will be provided in HB (UK)/ B2 (US) pencil only. Because of the nature of the subject matter, thereare no broad guidelines for Head III.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010
The Test for Head II will be of three hours’ duration, plus thirty minutes’ additional reading time. TheTest is divided into 2 parts. Part A examines the English Legal System in a criminal litigation context. Part B examines Civil Litigation. Part A contains short answer questions, to which 15 out of atotal of 100 marks are allocated. The allocation of marks between the questions in each part is marked on the paper. There is no choice of question in either part of the paper. Candidates are notrequired to pass each part of the paper separately, but must obtain at least 50% of the available marks in aggregate. In both part A and part B of this test, answers should give a complete explanation ofhow the law applies to the given facts but do not need to be in full sentences or essay style format. The civil litigation assessment will be a breach of contract and negligence scenario. You shouldhave a good knowledge of the stages of the litigation process. You should understand the principles and practice of preparing your case and interim applications, case management issues, disclosure of...
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