I am sorry if this was discussed somewhere before. But I just have to ask - how do you know if a university has rejected you due to your performance in the LNAT? Does the UCAS decision letter explicitly says this, or is 'poor performance in the lnat' generically fitted into the reason of 'judged to be not as strong as that of other applicants'? This is specifically for UCL, if anyone's curious.
How do you if you were rejected due to poor LNAT performance? Watch
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Last edited by adamlaw; 23-12-2010 at 03:47.
- 23-12-2010 02:51
- 23-12-2010 02:55
I was rejected from Durham 2 years ago, and the reasons it gave was basically everything, except LNAT, but it turned out I got 19, when the average was 16, so I don't know if that was the only thing I passed on, or they just don't use it as a reason.
- 23-12-2010 03:07
I think it is normal explicitly stated.
- 23-12-2010 18:14
Depends on the uni.
Some unis don't specifically state why you were rejected - or you have to ask.
Even if you ask, they might just give a generic (wasn't as strong as other candidates) response; in that case you just have to look at your LNAT and work it out. Some will actually say it was due to LNAT.