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guccilittlepiggy
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when i did the lnat last year the damn computor broke and all lnat did was apologise, they wouldn't let me redo it. so i was wondering if i would be allowed to redo it this year?
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(Original post by guccilittlepiggy)
when i did the lnat last year the damn computor broke and all lnat did was apologise, they wouldn't let me redo it. so i was wondering if i would be allowed to redo it this year?
I *think* you have to redo it if you are reapplying for entry in 2007, as your 2006 test score will no longer be valid.
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i'm not using it for uni, i just felt let down by PV and they said the next test would be free but that the unis could make decisions based on what i'd already done.
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(Original post by guccilittlepiggy)
i'm not using it for uni, i just felt let down by PV and they said the next test would be free but that the unis could make decisions based on what i'd already done.
Eh? Why would you want to take the LNAT if you weren't using it for entry in to a university? Merely because you wanted to prove to yourself you could co better?

Sorry if I have misunderstood, but your first and second post hardly make clear your position.
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if you are already in, why would you want to even do the lnat again? thats insane!
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Yes, it is possible to take the LNAT again in a different year. You will have to ask Pearson to provide you with a voucher that you can user to register, book, and pay in the 2006-7 cycle. A bit crazy, but it takes all sorts.
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Why on earth would you want to do that!? Do you have a life? Surely you have a better way to spend your time.
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Why on earth would you want to do that!? Do you have a life? Surely you have a better way to spend your time.
lol yeah i do actually.

you're right though, i was just wondering thats all.
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If you want to have a go a doing the LNAT again just to see how you would perform then why not do the practice paper on the LNAT website.
I think I am right in saying that most of the questions are taking from the 2004 paper (the year that it was piloted) so unless you have a great memory you wouldn't have seen the questions before. Of course, if you didn't sit the test in that year then you wouldn't probably have seen it in the first instance.

Of course by doing the above you won't receive an official mark for it, just personal satisfaction if you do well.

Incidentally I took the LNAT practice test recently and my mark increased by 5 since I took it officially in 2004. I think it was because I had developed the skills required to do better on it in my first year of studying Law at uni. So there is evidence that the LNAT is testing what it is designed to be testing!
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yea i finally got round to finishing the practice test the other day and although I didnt sit it when I went to uni (it was put in the next year) i only got2 of the questions wrongb .... which suggests that it ishelpful!
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(Original post by superdillon)
If you want to have a go a doing the LNAT again just to see how you would perform then why not do the practice paper on the LNAT website.
I think I am right in saying that most of the questions are taking from the 2004 paper (the year that it was piloted) so unless you have a great memory you wouldn't have seen the questions before. Of course, if you didn't sit the test in that year then you wouldn't probably have seen it in the first instance.

Of course by doing the above you won't receive an official mark for it, just personal satisfaction if you do well.

Incidentally I took the LNAT practice test recently and my mark increased by 5 since I took it officially in 2004. I think it was because I had developed the skills required to do better on it in my first year of studying Law at uni. So there is evidence that the LNAT is testing what it is designed to be testing!
oh cheers i'll do that. cba to go through the whole thing i was just interested to see how i'd do.
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