New Solicitors Exam Hit By IT Failure At London Site

By Ashish Sareen (July 22, 2022, 7:26 PM BST) -- The Solicitors Regulation Authority and exam provider Kaplan are carrying out an investigation after an IT failure at a test center in London prevented a number of aspiring lawyers from taking the first part of a new solicitors qualifying exam Thursday.

The technical glitch — which occurred at a test center in Hammersmith, West London — meant that a number of students were made to wait for hours for the exam to start, before being told that the exam had been canceled.

One individual criticized the SRA on social media over the issues that had arisen on the day.

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