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I understand the P1 Licensing Exam is split up into 2 parts, each part consisting of approx. 120 questions (multiple choice) and a time frame of 3.5 hours. 

I was wondering if anyone who has written the test can weigh in on how these questions are organized/structured. What I mean by that is the format/subject area of the questions. 

For example - Are all questions pertaining to "Professional Responsibility" grouped together? OR are the questions all scrambled (ex: question 1 is about POA, question 2 is about Landlord/Tenant, and question 3 is about Ethics...etc, etc.) 

If anyone could clarify that it would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you

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Hi, 

Considering you posted this Oct 2018, is it safe to assume you already wrote the exam? If so, do you mind providing some insight on the structure of the exam? Specifically, as to whether the exam strictly touched upon information provided in the study materials or did it ask questions where the answer can only be found if you had the corresponding statute/guideline/rule etc with you?

Thanks!

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On 7/18/2019 at 12:07 PM, justveritas said:

Hi, 

Considering you posted this Oct 2018, is it safe to assume you already wrote the exam? If so, do you mind providing some insight on the structure of the exam? Specifically, as to whether the exam strictly touched upon information provided in the study materials or did it ask questions where the answer can only be found if you had the corresponding statute/guideline/rule etc with you?

Thanks!

It is against LSO rules to divulge information regarding the contents of the licencing exam. 

If you read through the LSO website it will give you all of the information you require. 

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