If you think that the EQE is unfair, too hard or even too easy, you have the chance to influence it.
The EPO is looking for new members of the Examination Committees - see here
There are currently three ECs, each comprising epi and EPO members. EC I is responsible
for papers A and B, EC II for paper C and EC III for paper D. The duties of the ECs are set
out in Article 8 REE. Initially, the duties of new EC members will mainly concern the marking
of candidates' answer papers, which will require a minimum commitment of 120 hours per
year, including a minimum of three days of meetings in Munich. EC members may also be
involved in other duties that would require further time commitments.
Sorry, but you must have already passed the EQE
The closing date for applications is 9 October 2009