BSB to abolish the Bar Course Aptitude Test from 31 July 

The BSB’s decision to seek the LSB’s approval for this change was published on 1 April and followed a review of the test’s effectiveness

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has announced it will abolish the requirement that students should pass the Bar Course Aptitude Test (BCAT) before starting vocational training, with effect from 31 July.

The move follows the Legal Services Board’s approval of the BSB’s application to change its rules.

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