https://www.sra.org.uk/become-solicitor/sqe/training-provider-list/choosing-sqe-training-provider/

Key things to consider

  • The training you choose covers all of the topics tested in the SQE1 and/or SQE2 assessments. Find out more in What is the training content.
  • The training suits your:
    • circumstances, including work and family commitments
    • learning and career goals – for example, are there particular areas of law that you would like to know more about and/or practise in
    • preferred learning style – for example, do you learn best through listening and discussing, through reading and reflecting, through hands-on practical activities, online or face-to-face?
  • How the training is delivered. Find out more in Study approaches and you may also want to consider:
    • Does the training involve lectures, practical lessons, group work or written assignments?
    • Is the training full time or part time?
    • Is it formal training or self-study?
    • Does the training involve distanced, face-to-face or blended learning? Which best suits you?
    • Is there any difference between the training approaches to SQE1 and SQE2?
    • Does the training simulate or replicate real legal practice environments and reflect the tasks that practising solicitors need to complete?
    • Does the training support any needs you may have because of a condition, impairment, illness or learning difference?