I hope you get a pleasant surprise!
(Original post by Niph)
I applied for that at Emmanuel.. got pooled though so probably out of the running for that n__n;;
How was you interview (mine would be in March), did you have to speak a lot of french? DId they ask you specific law questions ...
Last edited by thegluups; 06-01-2008 at 15:04.
I found a current cambridge law student roaming around TSR and pointed this thread out to him
We have someone to swamp with out questions now
Last edited by Rudrax; 13-01-2008 at 23:24.
It's possible that the LNAT could be out any day now...I think I read somewhere that for some people they got released around this time last year. We'll just get the score for our multiple choice, and not the essay, right (obviously this has the potential of being marked differently by every university it was sent to)?
Btw, are people applying for vac. schemes, and if so where? I've applied to all the solicitors firms and chambers in Brum as I figured I might as well just try out for everything. I had to leave my applications a bit late because I had a bunch of work to do over the Christmas holidays, but so long as they don't do rolling assessments, and look at everyone after the deadline, then just because my submission is 'late' (in my eyes) shouldn't affect me.
Also, there's a Facebook group I've made (for Cam. law) if anyone's interested...http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=7108618343
Last edited by Ad-Alta; 14-01-2008 at 12:39.
Well yeah - I'm sure revealing the exact question might be detrimental, but if all tests are different then what's the biggie? I don't really understand how they can *all* be different, unless they have a huge bank of thousands of questions and then randomly generate 8 for each individual. Anyway, I can't remember it - I was just saying what it was vaguely about and how I answered it. For all you know I might have completely made it up :-D
Also what about the practice tests? Are you not allowed to discuss how you might've answered those if you'd done them in passing? And how exactly do they manage to enforce that rule when friends taking the LNAT are *obviously* going to talk about which questions they answered...I don't know, I suppose there are a lot of laws/rules that it is very hard to actively enforce (age of consent, anybody? :-D)
Anyhoo, didn't mean to get into a ding-dong about legalities - was just trying to make conversation :-p
Last edited by Ad-Alta; 16-01-2008 at 11:12.