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LNAT

If you’re looking to study law at certain universities, odds on you may have to take the LNAT. It’s nothing to get in a panic about, but you might want to take a look at our handy hints on how to prepare for the LNAT and give it your best shot.

My LNAT Experience Ravi Pilaipakam-Thatai. LLB Student, Exeter University

Most prospective students who want to do law at university must take the LNAT. It might seem scary, but remember that everyone taking the exam is at the same stage as you. Ravi explains how he tackled the LNAT test. Applying for law at...

What is the LNAT? Maudie Powell-Tuck, All About Law

The LNAT, short for the National Admissions Test for Law, is a computer-based testing programme offered by Pearson Education. It’s used as an entrance examination by several UK-based universities as part of the selection process for their 

LNAT Preparation By Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

So you’ve chosen to hop away to university to study law, the first big step on your way to becoming a top lawyer. However, getting to university isn’t simple. Not only do you have to make sure you submit a top notch UCAS application and smash...

Sample LNAT questions By Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

So you’re flying the nest and leaving home to study law at university. It’s the first step on a long road to becoming a lawyer but even after you’ve sent off that lovely law personal statement and selected your five university choice, you have to...

Do I Need to Sit the LNAT? By Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

“The what?!” The LNAT! “Sorry, you’ve lost me…” Right, okay. The LNAT is the National Admissions Test for Law and is used as an entry exam by several universities as part of the selection process for their undergraduate law degree...