The National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) is taken by applicants to Bristol, Durham, Glasgow, King’s College London, LSE, Nottingham, Oxford, SOAS and UCL applying to Law. Most of these courses will use the LNAT to deselect applicants from interview, so strong preparation is critical.
The LNAT tests a students’ ability to understand, interpret and analyse information and draw conclusions from it, as well as verbal, inductive and deductive reasoning skills.
Improve your chances of performing well in the LNAT by practicing these skills.
Tutor marking and feedback:
The student will complete a past paper and we will provide three hours marking and feedback from a specialist Oxford or Cambridge tutor.
Online + Tutor support:
The student will complete multiple past papers and we will provide 5 lessons which includes teaching, marking and feedback.
Online + Extended Tutor Support:
The student will complete multiple past papers and we will provide 5 lessons which includes teaching, marking, feedback and teaching in areas identified as requiring additional support.
Minimum £1,800.00 (teaching charged at £150 per hour).
Other resources you might find helpful are:
- Our short Guide to the LNAT introduces the format and requirements of the test to give you an idea of what you will be asked to do.
- The LNAT Website is a good place to start – it has information on how to register, hints and tips on preparation, sample essays, and practice tests to try!
- All About Law has some additional LNAT practice questions for you to try, and there’s a link at the bottom of the page to their top tips on approaching the essay question
- Eve Cornwall, a recent Law Graduate, has put together a detailed breakdown of the different components of the LNAT and demonstrates her approach to questions from a previous paper