The pre-exam is multiple choice and consists of 10 legal and 10 claim analysis questions. Each question contains four statements. 1, 3 or 5 marks are awarded for correctly classifying 2, 3 or 4 of the statements as TRUE or FALSE. When marking the papers, the exam committee sometimes decides to accept both TRUE and FALSE as the correct answer for one or more statements.
In total between 0 and 100 marks, can be scored (not 97 or 99). In the first two years, 50 marks were needed to pass the exam. In 2014, the bar was raised to 70 marks.
Most candidates try to pass all four main exam papers in the year after having passed the pre-exam. Some candidates wait a year or split the effort over multiple years. For the success rates below, success is defined as passing the main exam by sitting each main exam paper only ones.
Show the main exam success rate of all pre-exam candidates of
The same can be done for single papers. Here, we look at the score each candidate obtains in his or her first attempt at every main exam paper. Since no meaningful statistics per year can be made, we only look at the aggregate for all successful pre-exam candidates since 2012.
Show the correlation between pre-exam score and scores in
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