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JustisOne Proficiency Test

Once you are confident in using JustisOne, why not prove your competence by taking our free Proficiency Test?

Getting certified

Getting certified on legal research tools provides you with a concrete demonstration of your commitment to improving your legal research skills, and can enhance your employability.

You will have an hour to complete the test, but you should be able to complete this test easily within that. There are 30 questions.

Any participant scoring 100% on their first attempt will be entered into our Hall of Fame.

Give yourself the best chance

To give yourself the best chance of passing, you will need:

Some legal knowledge – As a legal research tool, JustisOne assumes the user has a certain level of legal knowledge. The test therefore makes a similar assumption.

Access to JustisOne – The questions are practical in nature and will require you to use the live service to find the answers – so open a fresh browser window.

At least 50 minutes without interruption – Many of the questions require careful reading, so you should ensure that distractions are kept to a minimum.  The test will automatically cut off after 60 minutes.

The JustisOne Support page – You should review this and make sure you are familiar with its contents. All topics covered in the knowledge base are potentially examinable.

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Hall of Fame

Over the years, a small number of people have managed to score 100% on their first attempt at Justis Proficiency Tests.

Significantly less than 1% of all successful participants have achieved this accolade and this page recognises the people and organisations who have made into the Justis Proficiency Test Hall of Fame.

First Name Last Name Institution Certified On
Maximilian Henkensiefken College of Law (York) 02/02/2012
Asa Buchanan College of Law (York) 02/02/2012
Andre Low University College London 22/12/2012
Samuel Pearcey University of the West of England 01/02/2013
Eleanor Trott Bangor University 20/02/2013
Arran Kenny University of Nottingham 02/12/2013
Ojuolape Kalesanwo University of Nottingham 02/12/2013
Diane Snowden University of Nottingham 02/12/2013
Catherine Turner Open University 10/08/2014
Jason Blevins Muskegon County Law Library 30/09/2014
Nicole Axon Newcastle University 08/10/2014
Jordan Tough Newcastle University 09/10/2014
Jonathan Wilkinson Newcastle University 09/10/2014
Cheuk Kei Wong Newcastle University 09/10/2014
Morgan Copeman University of Kent 15/10/2014
Aaron Brandon Gomez University of Exeter 11/11/2014
Beng Chang Tan Australian National University 27/11/2014
Kar Mun Natalie Fok University of Exeter 06/12/2014
Christopher McMahon Trinity College Dublin 16/12/2014
Maxime Aumaitre Bangor University 13/03/2015
Mark Pummell University of London 09/07/2015
Amy Nguyen University of Manchester 18/08/2015
Aaron Vickery Arthur Cox 25/08/2015
Matthew Marchello University of Oxford 26/10/2015
Avni Priyadarshi University of Kent 26/10/2015
Joshua Tolmie University of Kent 27/10/2015
Adjoa Kwakwa University of Kent 08/12/2015
Chetana Marwaha Newcastle University 19/10/2016
Lucy Spinks University of Kent 05/12/2016
Jacob Cook University of Kent 08/12/2016
Jamal Elwerfalli Bangor University 14/03/2017