Entry requirements

You must first pass SQE1 before you can take SQE2. LPC grauated are exempt from SQE1.

Months of entry


Course content

SQE2 tests practical legal skills and is divided into two parts. The first part involves an oral examination testing interviewing and advocacy skills and the second part tests a candidate’s written skills on legal drafting, legal research, legal writing and case and matter analysis.

The SQE preparation course includes the following:

  • Course Handbook
  • Summary notes - devided into sections and covering the main topics rested in SQE2, these notes will cut the time you spend on revision. The summaries cover property law, wills and the administration of estates, dispute resolution, criminal litigation, and business law
  • Digital flash cards, each featuring brief questions and answers on all the topics relating to the law covered by the SQE2 syllabus.
  • The SQE Video Library contains over 80 video tutorials covering more than 20 hours of lectures relating to law which are disseminated into smaller topic areas covering certain parts of the syllabus in more depth.
  • Practice questions that cover the practice areas featured in the syllabus which are based on multiple exercises applied to a case study or scenario that relates to that specific practice area. As a further aid, the questions are accompanied by the various document and forms that a candidate may encounter during the formal examination, for example witness statements, letters of claim, bail applications, probate applications, wills, property purchase deeds and so forth.
  • SQE Skills Online is an interactive facility featuring over 60 exercises together with a 130-page textbook. These are complemented with video and audio material that deal with aspects of legal drafting and writing, advocacy, interviewing, advising, legal research and case and matter analysis.
  • Legal Skills Video Workshops feature over 100 videos including role-play scenarios that focus on interviewing and advocacy together with content presented by a law tutor that covers legal writing and offers guidance on the drafting of the most common legal documents
  • 300 mock exams with suggested answers which cover each of the five legal practice areas and the six skills. These mock exams will enable a candidate to strengthen their legal knowledge and perfect their practical skills
  • Mock practice stations provide the opportunity for candidates to partake in one-to-one online client interviewing and advocacy scenarios with an experienced tutor who will also offer personal feedback aligned with the SRA Marking and Moderating Policy as well as Kaplan’s standards.
  • English writing exercises which will enable candidates to practise their skills in producing relevant, clear and accurate written English of an acceptable standard.

Information for international students

We’ve been helping aspiring solicitors pass the SQE and its predecessor, QLTS, for more than 10 years. Our extensive experience means you’ll get flexible, comprehensive and cost-effective prep courses, whatever your legal background and experience.

We now offer a range of SQE preparation courses so that you can join fellow successful candidates from the UK and around the world in qualifying as an English solicitor through the SQE.

Fees and funding

UK students
Three course packages: £1,890, £2,390, £2,890
International students
Three course packages: £1,890, £2,390, £2,890

While our course fees are competitively priced, we also offer you flexible payments options to help you fund your SQE preparation:

  • Up to three monthly instalments
  • Interest free and immediately available to all candidates (no pre-approval required)
  • Arrangement with a private loan company

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • SQE
    full time
    3 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    part time
    6 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    6 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification

The SQE leads to qualification as a solicitor in England and Wales.

Course contact details

+ 44 (0) 207 117 6077