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    Hey, i'm applying to King's and still no answer, while some people already have offers :confused:
    do you think they send offers progressively?
    Thanks a lot
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    (Original post by sofia7)
    I have no clue, i took it in the US, maybe there are different rules? Will it look like I didn't bother to retake it?
    The general rule is 'No retakes' and they appear quite firm on the website. So no, it wont look like a lack of effort on your part to sort out the situation and the special consideration form will be enough I think.
    Fairly sure I got lucky with being allowed a retake to be honest
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    (Original post by Studentlife9876)
    I was predicted A*AA and thanks! Don't worry I'm sure you'll hear from them soon, more and more people are hearing from them atm. what score did you get?
    I'm predicted exactly the same, and got the same in my LNAT! but yeah, if I'm going to get a rejection then I'd rather hear from it now that later- thanks again!:')
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    Is anyone going to contact their LNAT unis for feedback on the essay?
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    On the email it said:
    "Further statistical analysis of the multiple choice scores will be available in due course on the LNAT website"
    Does anyone know when this is?
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    (Original post by Ilydia)
    On the email it said:
    "Further statistical analysis of the multiple choice scores will be available in due course on the LNAT website"
    Does anyone know when this is?
    Nope...i didn't find on their website. Between Pearson vue and LNAT website, i don(t know which on exasperates me the most
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    (Original post by Loafie)
    Is anyone going to contact their LNAT unis for feedback on the essay?
    I want to, will you?
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    (Original post by THizzle97)
    What was your predicted grades and AS/ GCSE's if you don't mind me asking?
    I got 10A* and 1A at GCSE, 5As and 1A at AS, and got predicted A*AAA at A2
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    (Original post by Loafie)
    Is anyone going to contact their LNAT unis for feedback on the essay?
    I want to as well, I think it is a really good idea.
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    (Original post by star2895)
    I want to as well, I think it is a really good idea.
    Wouldn't that seem a tad pretentious, or if you haven't got an offer yet, a bit too obsessive?
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    (Original post by Barbato101)
    Wouldn't that seem a tad pretentious, or if you haven't got an offer yet, a bit too obsessive?
    I guess from one aspect it is slightly pretentious, I understand you. However someone who received an offer, and maybe got a not such a high score on the multiple choice, may want to know how thier essay was viewed. Especially if their score wasn't high and they still received an offer. They would be curious on what helped them. Bearing in mind decisions are made on whole applications not just the LNAT
    So the response that some might get will not necessarily be positive or the best. If someone didn't receive any offer and thier score was good that's another justified reason for wanting feedback, it could have been the essay that let them down.
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    (Original post by star2895)
    I guess from one aspect it is slightly pretentious, I understand you. However someone who received an offer, and maybe got a not such a high score on the multiple choice, may want to know how thier essay was viewed. Especially if their score wasn't high and they still received an offer. They would be curious on what helped them. Bearing in mind decisions are made on whole applications not just the LNAT
    So the response that some might get will not necessarily be positive or the best. If someone didn't receive any offer and thier score was good that's another justified reason for wanting feedback, it could have been the essay that let them down.
    I see where you're coming from with this but if you were to receive an offer without a good LNAT score, wouldn't you already know that your essay was quite good?
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    (Original post by austyin)
    Me too. But I got rejected by UCL.
    May I ask which universities have given you offers?
    I'm from Scotland but after seeing my results i wish i applied for some courses down in England. Never expected to do so well in the LNAT, i spent the whole week dreading the exam. I've already received my first and second choices anyway. Law and Law with Economics at Glasgow University, both unconditional.(And sorry for the late reply, didn't notice the message.)
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    [QUOTE=kewbacca;53445745]I scored a shocking 18, but have got offer from KCL (came late December) and LSE (came November), but rejected from Oxford post interview[/QUOTE]

    that's amazing, congratulations! If you don't mind me asking, what were your predicted A level/IB grades?
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    (Original post by shawnleuop)
    [QUOTE=kewbacca;53445745]I scored a shocking 18, but have got offer from KCL (came late December) and LSE (came November), but rejected from Oxford post interview
    Hey, do u mind me asking also what your predicted a level/gcses/as scores were, I got 19 and I still haven't hearsheard from kcl yet :/
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    [quote=Barbato101;53566073]Hey, do u mind me asking also what your predicted a level/gcses/as scores were, I got 19 and I still haven't hearsheard from kcl yet :/[quote]


    hahaha I didn't get those offers, I was quoting and asking kewbacca. I do IB so my predicted was 39 and my IGCSE I got 3 A*, 3 A's and 2B' and a C for art lol

    I got also got a shocking 18 for my LNAT score which really surprised me, and I haven't heard from Kings either although they asked me to send documents to see whether I would be eligible as a home status student.

    I'm also waiting for Durham and Queen mary and I already got rejected by Bristol straight away with no reason (probably due to my lnat grade) and by LSE in the "second stage". What about your grades etc?
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    Just found out I got a 26 on my LNAT. Don't really know how to feel about that. I'm glad it's above the average, yet I was hoping to score a solid 30. Hopefully Bristol will feel that it's enough along with the rest of my application.
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    I got a 29 and got into Bristol! Waiting to hear from Nottingham.
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    (Original post by Nalinii.p)
    I scored 19...and havnt heard nothing yet...every body else's score looks soooo high cmpared andits scaring me...KCL is my 1st choice :confused:
    KCL is my 1st choice too. I got 16 I'm so disheartened.
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    Hey guys, I wanted to ask you if you think I, as an international student, stand any chance on getting an offer from KCL or Durham? my LNAT score is 21, while the average is 22.3 ;/ Is it true that you have to score above the average for the universities to even look at your application? I really need you to be honest, should I lose all hope?
 
 
 
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