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PS CPD quiz

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PS comes with up to 12 hours’ free CPD points each year, through a 15-question quiz on each edition’s content. The quiz is quick and user-friendly and will save members time and money, and is accessible via the CPD Centre.

To complete the quiz:

  1. First, register with the CPD Centre and log in today at . (Registration requires setting a new user name and password as these details do not automatically carry over from Property site login.)
  2. Select PS CPD Quiz from the list of Law Society Online Learning.
  3. Complete the quiz. If you leave the test mid-way through completion, or your session expires, click on Record on the CPD toolbar at the top of the page (not the browser toolbar) to return to the quiz and for more details on the status of completion. Once there, click on the quiz name. This will return a ‘View Activity Details’ page. Scroll down the page to where it says ‘Online assessment’ and click on the ‘Launch’ button underneath to return to the quiz.

In order to claim your CPD hours you must achieve a pass mark of 87% or answer 13 out of 15 questions correctly. Your answers will be marked online as soon as you submit them. You can revisit the assessment as often as you like before the next edition of the magazine is released. However, think carefully before submitting your answers as you only have one attempt in which to complete the quiz.

If you would like to contest this mark, please contact the Assistant Editor.

For all technical queries please contact the CPD Centre on 0207 320 5841 or via email

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Benefits of Membership*

Private Client Section renewals

The Private Client Section will provide you with support, advice, networking opportunities and enable the sharing of best practice with peers.

The current Section Engagement programme has been created in consultation with the Section Advisory Committee and will focus on key issues.

These issues will be addressed through a range of activities including: Workshops, Seminars, Conferences, Webinars, Website, E-newsletters, Magazines and a LinkedIn Group.

*See Section terms and conditions

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