yes, the QLTT he's referring too is offered by the law society of england and wales to commonlaw trained lawyers w/ at least 2 yrs post-admission experience in their qualifying jurisdiction e.g., US, australia etc
i did it last yr in los angeles - it's a an easy exam compared to a US state bar exam, and it's open book. however, the reality is that if you are good enough to get a job in the UK then you really don't need the QLTT, and lawyers w/ quality experience are more likely to land jobs w/ caliber firms in london, even w/out the QLTT, than those who have passed the QLTT but only worked for smaller firms or in government.
believe me, i know because i've been there - got it all: LLB, LLM, JD, 2 US bar exams passed, and now the QLTT - and none of them have really proved that useful apart from the JD which had enabled me to at least gain a license to practise law.
Thanks Student02. Lets keep our fingers crossed that India opens up sooner.
One question - with QLTT u mentioned above, can one practice in UK?