What is LNAT?
The Law National Admission Test (LNAT) is a test used by law departments in a range of UK universities to determine if a candidate is able to succeed in a rigorous law course. Universities that require candidates to take the LNAT include top institutions such as Oxford, Durham, and King’s College London.
The LNAT can be taken starting from September of that year’s application cycle. Oxford applicants should take the test by October 20th, and applicants to other UK universities should take the test by January 20th.
The test takes 135 minutes and comprises two major parts: Section A, which consists of 42 multiple-choice questions, based on 12 argumentative passages; and Section B, which requires the student to write an essay on one of the three given topics. You are not required to have any prior knowledge of Law, but you need to be able to read and write analytically and critically at a fast pace. Another challenge is to articulate solid ideas on paper, which requires the student to engage in substantial guided readings.
How to score high in LNAT
We offer private individual lessons and crash courses for LNAT candidates in the summer. While the crash course covers a comprehensive range of material, our students usually complement the course with private individual lessons for one-on-one guidance on more challenging reading contents, in order to consolidate the skills needed to excel in the LNAT’S essay section. Both private lessons and crash courses are taught by Oxbridge law graduates who are experienced in coaching the LNAT.
For more information about our LNAT lessons, leave us a message here or contact us at (852)2302-6500 or email@example.com. In the meantime, consult our free UCAS Application Guide for helpful tips on applying to UK universities
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