LNAT score distribution Watch

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On the LNAT website, we have just posted some preliminary analysis of LNAT scores from 1 Sept 05 to 20 Jan 06: http://www.lnat.ac.uk/news.html

More detailed stats will follow later.
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^ Someone got 26!

Seems like all the TSR crowd did very well... Congrats everybody.
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It's even better than that, Jo. Someone (outside the UK) got 29. The highest UK score was 28. These top scores were not shown on the charts you viewed because I calibrated the horizontal axes wrongly. I have just put this right.

Anyway, where were you when I gave my public lecture at King's yesterday? I was looking forward to saying hello.
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see student law review vol 45 for a normal distribution (by sex and school type) of lnat results for the year previous - the one out of 24.
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(Original post by John Gardner)
It's even better than that, Jo. Someone (outside the UK) got 29. The highest UK score was 28. These top scores were not shown on the charts you viewed because I calibrated the horizontal axes wrongly. I have just put this right.

Anyway, where were you when I gave my public lecture at King's yesterday? I was looking forward to saying hello.
29?! How greedy :p:

I completely forgot... How utterly hopeless of me. Hope it went well and you enjoyed visiting our glorious home.
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Hey Jo, you can make up for it by trotting up to UCL tomorrow (Thursday) for the public lecture at 6pm by my colleague Mindy Chen-Wishart, who is talking about undue influence. I will be there and we can say hello then. (Of course you may well have better things to do than going anywhere near UCL!)
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A rather evenly balanced distribution; the mark (so i am told) of a well balanced test, well done. Glad to find that there are only about 250 people with my mark! They could all fit into my school hall...

So, this years test, Mr Gardner. I would personally say it is a rather large success, as it has helped me get into Oxford, but i am certain you have some deeper, less selfish thoughts?
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Seems better than the last one. only 4 people got 21 then.
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(Original post by John Gardner)
On the LNAT website, we have just posted some preliminary analysis of LNAT scores from 1 Sept 05 to 20 Jan 06: http://www.lnat.ac.uk/news.html

More detailed stats will follow later.
some useful info. :yy:
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thanks for that! make sme feel better than my score, cos i thought i did mega badly in comparison to people on here. but everyone on here just seems to be super clever
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Is it possible to find out exact numbers of people who got the different scores?
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Thanks for that!
Was down in the dumps about mine, but felt a lot better seeing the bigger picture!
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Thanks for the info, I feel slightly better about my very poor 15 - I just hope Kings won't place too much emphasis on it or I'm in trouble!
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Hey Jo, you can make up for it by trotting up to UCL tomorrow (Thursday) for the public lecture at 6pm by my colleague Mindy Chen-Wishart, who is talking about undue influence. I will be there and we can say hello then.


I was going to attend that lecture, but I had to go to UCH for a special examinations provisions assessment.

Why they need a piece of paper to prove that I'm disabled I don't know, but I'm disappointed Undue influence is quite interesting.
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Is it possible to find out exact numbers of people who got the different scores?
Probably, but since I am the poor sap who would have to do the work, you should at least explain why you need to know.
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anyone know what's the average mark in LNAT you'll need to get in kings?
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anyone know what's the average mark in LNAT you'll need to get in kings?
Hmm, I didn't quite get the question. Do you mean the 'minimum' mark in order to be considered? Well I'll just say that nobody, with the possible exception of the Kings Admissions Tutor, really has a clue!
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anyone know what's the average mark in LNAT you'll need to get in kings?
err...shouldn't be less than the national average?
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Probably, but since I am the poor sap who would have to do the work, you should at least explain why you need to know.
I just assumed you would have that information already, considering you made the charts (which are rather hard to read to an exact level). I wanted to know what percentile I scored in.
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(Original post by Onearmedbandit)
I was going to attend that lecture, but I had to go to UCH for a special examinations provisions assessment.

Why they need a piece of paper to prove that I'm disabled I don't know, but I'm disappointed Undue influence is quite interesting.
Gah, so off topic...I'll make it ickle then no one can complain

I like Undue Influence too.. I couldn't go either though... Home for weekend now. The South Coast is pwettier than the City Mike... You should come home more :p:
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