How to become a solicitor after law degree?

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Daniel19761
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I just recently graduated from university with a law degree (69%)
Excuse my lack of knowledge, but what am I supposed to do now to become a solicitor?
I have been looking at paralegal roles, but I do not have much legal work experience.
Do I apply for SQE or LPC? And when do I do this? Before or after I secure a training contract?
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Congratulations on your graduation. Yes apply for SQE or LPC a good place to start will be enquiring at offerees of the SQE and LPC, such as University of Law
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