Test of Legal Ethics
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The Test of Legal Ethics (Korean: 법조윤리시험; Hanja: 法曹倫理試驗) is a 40-question, seventy-minute, multiple-choice examination required in South Korea. There are 40 scored questions. The Test is developed and administered by the Ministry of Justice. The Test's purpose in asking questions pertaining to disciplinary measures is to ascertain knowledge of the relevant rules and regulations. It is not a test of an individual’s personal ethical values.
The passing score is 70% correct (28 questions) out of 40 questions.