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Hi all,

I am currently applying for a scholarship. I am really scared as I have been required to pass an online skills assessment. The email states that no preparation is required and this small assessment is relating to basic principles of law. Did anybody undertake this test? How is it like? Thank you for your help.

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Moving this to law as this is quite specialist.
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Hey,

How did the test go? Was it hard questions?
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Hey can I ask how did the assessment go? Thanks

(Original post by AMZota)
Hi all,

I am currently applying for a scholarship. I am really scared as I have been required to pass an online skills assessment. The email states that no preparation is required and this small assessment is relating to basic principles of law. Did anybody undertake this test? How is it like? Thank you for your help.

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(Original post by AMZota)
Hi all,

I am currently applying for a scholarship. I am really scared as I have been required to pass an online skills assessment. The email states that no preparation is required and this small assessment is relating to basic principles of law. Did anybody undertake this test? How is it like? Thank you for your help.

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Ok guys, I took the test and it's very hard. You have roughly 90sec for each question, and most of them are long, the time flies. Equity law, company, tort, contract and more. You need 60% plus to pass, not to scare anyone but before they send you the link, valid for 24 hours, I would revise... I passed but I was very lucky
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hi what sort of questions are they please and is there anywhere you can look to find the sort of questions that they may ask thanks
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They are multiple choice questions, prepared by the LLB tutors, plus you must read them carefully as some say: which two are not... There are couple of easy/short questions, but you need 12 correct answers... Good luck
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Hi guys... do you need much / any previous Law study to have a shot at these questions? About to do the assessment and feel completely unprepared...
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I explained that in the comment No 5 above, good luck
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Hi my love, sorry to be a pain but I am trying to apply this year. would you be able to expand on what sort of questions they were? Are they the basics of these law modules?
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Hi, I’m really sorry to be a pain but I would appreciate any help guidance. What would you suggest revising? Is it like the basics of each of those modules?
(Original post by Meg.lang)
Ok guys, I took the test and it's very hard. You have roughly 90sec for each question, and most of them are long, the time flies. Equity law, company, tort, contract and more. You need 60% plus to pass, not to scare anyone but before they send you the link, valid for 24 hours, I would revise... I passed but I was very lucky
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How did it go?
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Hi guys... do you need much / any previous Law study to have a shot at these questions? About to do the assessment and feel completely unprepared...
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