Bar Course Aptitude Test fee rise unjustified, readers vote

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  • It seems the principal purpose of the BCAT is to filter out candidates so bad that the BPTC providers really have no business letting them onto the course in the first place. If that bottom 10% is such a serious problem then the BSB should be taking the providers to task for not doing their job properly (for £17,000+ it doesn't seem unreasonable to expect the providers to provide an appropriate learning environment), not creating an additional cost to every applicant.

    I am also curious how the providers will deal with applicants who've been made an offer, confirmed and paid their deposit but then fail the BCAT.

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