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Test HEAD III: Professional Conduct and Accounts

The test is a three (3) hour written examination divided into two parts:

  1. Accounts
  2. Professional Conduct, Financial Services and Money Laundering.

The examination is three (3) hours long with no additional reading time. It consists of Multiple Choice Questions which will be marked by computer. Detailed instructions for the Test are available in Appendix 2 (b) and will also be provided at the time of the sitting.

The paper is in multiple choice format and carries 2 marks for each correct answer. With each incorrect answer you lose half a mark, so it is better not to attempt the question if you are not sure of the answer rather than lose half a mark for giving the wrong answer!

The examination carries 100 marks and you need to obtain 50% to pass.

You must therefore obtain:

  • At least 20 marks for Accounts
  • At least 30 marks for Professional Conduct, Financial Services and Money Laundering.

Part 1: Accounts

Consists of 20 questions worth 2 marks each. A total of 40 marks is available for this part.

Part 2: Professional Conduct, Financial Services and Money Laundering

Consists of 30 questions worth 2 marks each. A total of 60 marks is available for this part.

In the case of financial services, the candidate will be given one short case study and a series of multiple choice questions which must be answered in the context of the facts that are given.

Candidates should note that the new Solicitor’s Code of Conduct, which came into force on 1 July 2007, together with the Solicitors’ Accounts Rules, is available online at the website of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (www.sra.org.uk)

  • Financial Services and Money Laundering

You will be given one or more short case studies and asked a series of multiple choice questions which must be answered in the context of the facts that you are given.  

No further information will be provided about any particular Head III Test, but candidates can find a Sample Paper on OXILP’s website at www.oxilp.ac.uk and on SR ALSR’s website at www.qltt.in.

Authorised materials permitted to be taken into the Tests

The QLTT is not a test of memory.  Candidates are therefore permitted to take materials of their choice with them into the Test for Head III. These may include primary materials such as statutes, text books, course materials and the candidate’s own study notes. 

In all cases, the materials may be underlined, annotated and highlighted.  Please note that it is your own responsibility to ensure that you have brought the correct materials with you to the assessment.  You will not be provided with materials on the day of the assessment.  

Candidates may also take non-programmable calculators into each Test.  Candidates may not take mobile telephones or other electronic devices into any Test. 

Recommended reading

We recommend you read the Study Guides (core materials) and the materials and texts to which they refer.  Please note that candidates who register for the Test alone will not be provided with the Study Guides which must be purchased separately from OXILP.

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