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Candidates who apply for the professional degree of Juris Master (for non-law majors) are only restricted to those who graduate from a non-law major at a university. The postgraduate entrance examination is divided into two stages: preliminary examination and reexamination. For the preliminary examination, candidates need to take the unified national postgraduate examination in subjects of ideological and political theory, foreign language, professional foundation for the joint entrance examination of Juris Master (for non-law majors), comprehensive ability for the joint entrance examination of Juris Master (for non-law majors). The re-examination aims to examine candidates’ comprehensive professional ability, includingawritten test andanoral test. The main content of the written test is logic, as well as reading and writing (without limited scope). The main content of the oral test is civil law, and criminal law (focusing on the examination of the candidates' thinking and expression skills).