The acceptance of the state compulsory subject examination, consisting of a written and an oral part, is divided into the following procedural steps: If you have applied for admission to the state compulsory subject examination at the GJPA and meet the requirements according to § 6 BbgJAG, you will receive a letter of admission by a simple letter about three to four weeks before the exam date with the invitation. As part of the written examination, you must write seven supervisory papers over seven working days (three papers on the focus of civil law, two papers on the focus on criminal law and two papers on the focus on public law). The work is carried out under supervision with a processing time of five hours each. You must achieve at least a point average of 3.50 points and have received at least four points each in at least four supervisory papers in order to pass the written examination. This is the prerequisite for admission to the oral examination. The results of the written examination will be communicated to you at the latest with the invitation to the oral examination. There should be at least two weeks between the summons and the date of the oral examination. Before the oral examination, you should be given the opportunity to meet with the Chairman of the Examination Board for an interview. The oral examination consists of a ten-minute lecture, a five-minute in-depth discussion of your presentation and an examination interview in three sections. Each section relates to a compulsory subject. The duration of the oral examination should be about 45 minutes. If you have not passed the state compulsory subject examination once, you can repeat it once.