CLP exam: Requirements for UEC holders changedMarch 31, 2019 | National News
The requirement for the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) holders to sit for the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) examination has been changed.
According to the Legal Profession Qualifying Board, to qualify for the CLP, UEC holders must now obtain two passes at the UEC Senior Middle 3 level and at least five credits in SPM or O-Levels equivalents.
Prior to this, the board had decided on June 5 last year that UEC holders wishing to sit for CLP examination must fulfil two conditions:
- Obtained at least three credits in SPM or O-Levels equivalent; and
- Obtained a pass in at least two subjects at STPM or A-Levels.
Read more here: MalaysiaKini