Wondering if there's anyone whose familiar or who has been through the Conversion Exam and managed to apply for Exemptions for the 11 core modules that's been sat for during the LLB Law degree? I have just graduated from a UK uni intending to sit the PCLL (2020) if all goes well. However after researching I understand that I will have to undergo the Conversion Exams. My questions is as follows:
Are you able to successfully apply for the core modules that has been done in UK/any commonwealth countries?
If so, was the exams difficult, in terms of a UK standard or a higher standard than that?
Also, I heard that it is a 'self-study' course which would put me at a disadvantage and might need help, is there any other institutions that provides classes for the exams that I will have to be studying for? Is HKUSpace highly recommended?
I have emailed my questions to PCEA but have not heard from them for some time I am not a HK citizen as well so largely unfamiliar to this. Any information/insights would be appreciated.
Many thanks in advance!