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    Does anyone know how KCL consider their applicants? I heard that they are less strict than UCL/ LSE. I got 22 for LNAT which is super duper average and I am not sure how this will affect my application. :/
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    Got 33/42 pretty happy with that. Got offers from both the LNAT unis I applied to (Oxford and Bristol) but I do wonder what they thought of my essay


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    (Original post by ste987)
    26 is 42 is perfectly fine!! of course, it's in combination with grades + PS, but I got an offer from UCL with the same score, don't stress about it!
    Oh nice! Thanks for the encouragement If you don't mind me asking, what were your predicted grades?
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    I got 26. Does anyone know what the LNAT cut off score is for the any of the universities?
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    (Original post by Buxtonwater)
    I got 26. Does anyone know what the LNAT cut off score is for the any of the universities?
    There isn't really any such thing as a "cut off". Just some unis will regard the score as more important than others - some are mainly interested in the essay, for example. I've read in some threads of people getting offers from UCL with scores in the teens, so I wouldn't worry!
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    I got an offer from KCL in early december and found out today I got 22 as well so that would make sense. LSE luckily don't look at the LNAT so don't worry about them.
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    (Original post by happygurl90)
    Does anyone know how KCL consider their applicants? I heard that they are less strict than UCL/ LSE. I got 22 for LNAT which is super duper average and I am not sure how this will affect my application. :/
    I got an offer from KCL in early december and found out today I got 22 as well so that would make sense. LSE luckily don't look at the LNAT so don't worry about them.
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    I got 32/42, pretty happy. Bristol gave me an offer, but I'm still waiting to hear back from Durham
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    (Original post by rhimat10)
    There isn't really any such thing as a "cut off". Just some unis will regard the score as more important than others - some are mainly interested in the essay, for example. I've read in some threads of people getting offers from UCL with scores in the teens, so I wouldn't worry!
    Well Birmingham was the only LNAT uni I applied to and I got an offer so I'm not too worried, I was just wondering what the other universities look for. I did read that Nottingham does use a cut-off score though.
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    Hey, did anyone out there get an outcome from KCL today?
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    (Original post by Tireni Atoyebi)
    I got an offer from KCL in early december and found out today I got 22 as well so that would make sense. LSE luckily don't look at the LNAT so don't worry about them.
    Really? I got a 21 and doesn't satisfy me, but I hope they will consider it a bit differently since I'm Italian.
    They asked me about my predicted grades, do you think it's a good sign?
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    (Original post by Tireni Atoyebi)
    I got an offer from KCL in early december and found out today I got 22 as well so that would make sense. LSE luckily don't look at the LNAT so don't worry about them.
    wow, that's really fantastic! good job!
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    I got 27 and have offers from all my LNAT unis (Oxford, Bristol and Durham)
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    (Original post by Hanya Pouncey)
    Oh wow! Why did UCL reject you? You have given me some hope !
    Their reason for terminating my application was that I was not as strong as the other candidates in my cohort... so basically my LNAT wasn't good enough because I doubt it was my grades
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    (Original post by Totta)
    Really? I got a 21 and doesn't satisfy me, but I hope they will consider it a bit differently since I'm Italian.
    They asked me about my predicted grades, do you think it's a good sign?
    Yeah I wasn't too happy with my score either but I think they definitely are considering you if they asked for your predicted grades. Good luck!
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    I got 31 and have offers from both my LNAT Unis (KCL and Bristol). Is anyone else thinking of firming KCL?
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    (Original post by CaitL97)
    For those people who have Durham offers and LNAT scores 23-25 what are your predicted grades? If you don't mind me asking!
    Hey I got an offer from Durham early December but got 22 in the LNAT. Predicted grades: 1A* 3A
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    got 29/42 :eek: completely unexpected - was getting 21-22 in practice papers
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    So far, did anyone get outcome from KCL today? It's getting to the end of the day soon!
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    I got 19/42, can't say I'm not a little disappointed. Glad my first choice university, Cambridge, doesn't require LNAT. I'll guess I should be ok after all.
 
 
 
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