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I think that you will inevitably feel a little apprehensive about the test but everyone else is in the same position. Once I got into it I was quite comfortable, but I had a more relaxed 'nothing to lose' attitude to my whole interview than most other applicants. My advice to you is to do the specimen questions in the month leading up to when you take the test so that you have the technique fresh in your mind when it comes to the actual thing.
Until then it might be a good idea to read a couple of intro books such as Williams' 'Learning the Law' which I would recommend. I've also heard good things about Virgo's 'What About Law'. Reading a quality newspaper will also help with your preparation for the test because it will get you used to reading more information heavy texts.
Everybody worries about the CLT but at the moment admissions tutors do not place much of an emphasis on it because it has only been running for a couple of years and therefore there isn't enough data to show a solid correlation between performance in the CLT and degree classification.
Sure, that's no problem. First of all I'd refer you to this link here: http://www.law.cam.ac.uk/admissions/...e-law-test.php
Take a good look at that and then let me know if you have any specific questions because, in honesty, anything I tell you now will probably be a reiteration of the literature on the website! Personally, I found it a far more 'enjoyable' experience than the LNAT.