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    Hey guys

    Does anyone know what is the deadline for the LNAT score? For me, I took it before 15 of Jan (just for sure), but I was wondering if it is ok to take it after this date, since the LNAT website metions kind of vaguely about this (UCAS 15 and LNAT 20) :confused: Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by trungnguyen)
    Hey guys

    Does anyone know what is the deadline for the LNAT score? For me, I took it before 15 of Jan (just for sure), but I was wondering if it is ok to take it after this date, since the LNAT website metions kind of vaguely about this (UCAS 15 and LNAT 20) :confused: Thanks in advance
    There are tests running up until the end of June, but you'd normally be considered a late applicant and would thus be unlikely to get a place on the more competitive degrees. I believe that may not apply to international applicants, but it would be on a university by university basis and as far as I'm aware the most competitive ones don't like internationals applying late even if UCAS rules allow it.
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    I did mine Oct/Nov, but some boy I know has applied to two LNAT uni's and STILL hasn't gone his LNAT. Good luck to him... ... ...
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    (Original post by Aubydoll)
    I did mine Oct/Nov, but some boy I know has applied to two LNAT uni's and STILL hasn't gone his LNAT. Good luck to him... ... ...
    same. I also have a friend who applies to KCL and UCL but has not taken the LNAT yet. He's an international student too. So you're saying that he can still take the test but would only be considered as an international application right ?(he still sent his UCAS before 15 of Jan). kind of worried for him now:confused:
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    (Original post by trungnguyen)
    same. I also have a friend who applies to KCL and UCL but has not taken the LNAT yet. He's an international student too. So you're saying that he can still take the test but would only be considered as an international application right ?(he still sent his UCAS before 15 of Jan). kind of worried for him now:confused:
    I didn't say that. I don't know... I just think the boy I know is rediculously silly.
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    (Original post by Aubydoll)
    I didn't say that. I don't know... I just think the boy I know is rediculously silly.
    Yup.
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    so no hope for him?
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    (Original post by trungnguyen)
    so no hope for him?
    Well it's just so incredibly foolish. I can imagine few things more silly than imperiling an application simply because one couldn't be bothered to get one's act together and do the test...
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    (Original post by ParadigmShift)
    Well it's just so incredibly foolish. I can imagine few things more silly than imperiling an application simply because one couldn't be bothered to get one's act together and do the test...
    So if he does the test now, would uni still consider his application? Although his subject combination is kind of odd (Bio SL, Geo HL, Art HL, Vn A SL, Eng B HL and Math SL), his predicted grade is fine (39-40 IB). But I'm still confused about his probability. Any comments?
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    (Original post by trungnguyen)
    So if he does the test now, would uni still consider his application? Although his subject combination is kind of odd (Bio SL, Geo HL, Art HL, Vn A SL, Eng B HL and Math SL), his predicted grade is fine (39-40 IB). But I'm still confused about his probability. Any comments?
    They'd accept the application, but it'd count as late, so they'd put it behind all the people who applied on-time. Given how massively oversubscribed the top law schools are, it strikes me as highly, highly unlikely that he'd get a place unless he was some sort of savant.
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    Well the way I look at it is, if they're going thru applications and come across one without an LNAT, it's highly unlikely there'll be an acceptance. Maybe they'll be nice and ring up to see what the score is, maybe not. If they're chosing between an applicatant with an LNAT full ap etc and someone who coudn't be bothered to do it, why would they chose that person? You have to meet deadlines in University...
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    Thanks guys.
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    His subjects are weird thou. Some uni may consider them as easy or weak (like art and bio). Anyway, gud luck.
 
 
 
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