Do you need the LNAT?
The National Admissions Test for Law (or LNAT) helps university admissions officers learn more about individual candidates and their aptitude for studying law. It does this by assessing a candidate’s intellectual abilities, rather than their knowledge of particular subjects including law, measuring their abilities in critical reasoning, comprehension and command of written English.
Here’s a few points to take note:
Section A : MCQs
Being a prospective law student, be prepared to face complex writings. This 95-minute section consists of 42 multiple choice questions based on 12 argumentative passages that requires verbal reasoning, logical skills and accuracy.
Section B : Essay Writing
It will NOT be graded by the LNAT Consortium, but is instead sent to the law program admissions team of your chosen universities to be assessed. It is crucial that your arguments are clear, concise and logical in your writing. Bear in mind that your essay is likely to be viewed by lawyers, and/or professors, so make your first impression count.
A Good LNAT Score
Know what law program you are applying for, it’s best to target a few law programs and check if the LNAT is required. The entry scores vary between universities but a score of 27 or above (out of 42) is a good aim to ensure that you have the best possible chance of getting a place at your preferred university.
Schools Requiring the LNAT
9 UK and 2 non-UK leading universities currently use LNAT as part of their admissions process to help them identify the very best students from the thousands who apply to study undergraduate law each year.
University of Bristol
University of Glasgow
King’s College London
The London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE)
The University of Nottingham
University of Oxford
SOAS University of London
UCL Faculty of Laws
Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS)
IE University (Located in Segovia, Spain)
About The LNAT Crash Course
Every year, our LNAT trainers help many students ace the LNAT, and get into their desired law programmes. In this LNAT Crash Course, you will get a comprehensive review of the LNAT through 9 hours worth of workshops. Our Essay & Verbal Reasoning Workshops will be covering the fundamentals, difficult questions for the LNAT as well as tips & tricks to score high for the LNAT. You will also get the chance to do Section B of the LNAT and get your essays graded by our LNAT trainers.
Date & Time
Essay Workshop (Section B) – 7 December 2019, Saturday, 2:00PM to 5:30PM
Essay Practice Session – 8 December 2019, Sunday, 11:00AM to 1:00PM
Verbal Reasoning Workship (Section A) – 8 December 2019, Sunday, 2:00PM to 5:30PM
LNAT Practice Test (Optional) – Schedule a slot with us, available during operating hours
Prep Zone Academy Rochester – 35 Rochester Drive, Rochester Mall, #02-05, Singapore 138639
Mastering the National Admissions Test for Law Book
Prep Zone Academy’s LNAT Roadmap (Printed set of notes for class)
2 LNAT Essays Marked (after course completion)
LNAT Prep & Law School Admissions Consultation