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Who we are and how to contact us

qltsosce.co.uk is a site operated by Dr Olga Pogrebennyk, Solicitor SRA ID:594783, trading under the name OSCE SMART or qltsosce.co.uk ("We").

To contact us, please email info@qltsosce.co.uk

Who you are or to whom me provide our products. Our user is a natural person, who is a candidate for the QLTS OSCE exam (“You”).

Definitions

Practice - practical training for the QLTS OSCE exam in form of online mock exam for interview, advocacy and legal research, which is subject to the Booking Policy displaced at the qltsosce.co.uk website;

Practice Areas – Business law, Law of Property, Probate, Civil Litigation and Criminal Litigation;

Product(s) - Services and books, manuals, webinars and other as may be from time to time amended;

Service(s) – as defined in clause 3.1 (a) and (b) of the TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SUPPLY also referred as ‘OSCE SMART Services’;

QLTS MCT exam – as defined at https://qlts.kaplan.co.uk/the-assessment/mct

QLTS OSCE exam - as defined at https://qlts.kaplan.co.uk/the-assessment/osce

Regulations - TERMS OF USE, TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SUPPLY, PRIVACY POLICY, COOKIE POLICY and ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY

Theory - theoretical guidance part for self-preparation for the QLTS OSCE exam by means of digital content, consisting of mp4 video lectures, Microsoft Word or PDF Attachments.

 

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