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Hey,

I'm applying to Oxford to do Law and I'm taking the LNAT next month. Does anyone know what kind of score Oxford look for out of 42? Also, are there any other practice papers aside from the two on the LNAT website?

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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

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The average interview short-listed score for 2014 entry was 26.68 and the average offer-receiver score was 27.78. Also there was at least one candidate who scored 14 (2013 entry) and at least one candidate who scored 15 (2014 entry) who got short-listed for interview.

As far as I know, the only papers for the MCQ section are the two on the LNAT site. Maybe try TSA papers for a similar (but different challenge)
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The average interview short-listed score for 2014 entry was 26.68 and the average offer-receiver score was 27.78. Also there was at least one candidate who scored 14 (2013 entry) and at least one candidate who scored 15 (2014 entry) who got short-listed for interview.

As far as I know, the only papers for the MCQ section are the two on the LNAT site. Maybe try TSA papers for a similar (but different challenge)
thanks for your help!
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The essay is pretty important too; more than the score, I hear, though that is only hearsay. I got 21 (average was 21.3)
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The essay is pretty important too; more than the score, I hear, though that is only hearsay. I got 21 (average was 21.3)
A very good essay is more likely to compensate for a poor MCQ than vice versa.
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(Original post by Estreth)
A very good essay is more likely to compensate for a poor MCQ than vice versa.
(Original post by Caitlan)
The average interview short-listed score for 2014 entry was 26.68 and the average offer-receiver score was 27.78. Also there was at least one candidate who scored 14 (2013 entry) and at least one candidate who scored 15 (2014 entry) who got short-listed for interview.

As far as I know, the only papers for the MCQ section are the two on the LNAT site. Maybe try TSA papers for a similar (but different challenge)
Would either of you happen to have sources? I'm quite interested in looking at how the law faculty factors the LNAT into the admissions process.

That said, I know someone who helped mark LNAT essays, and he told me that for the applicants he marked, there was a pretty good co-relation between MCQ and essay scores.
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Would either of you happen to have sources? I'm quite interested in looking at how the law faculty factors the LNAT into the admissions process.

That said, I know someone who helped mark LNAT essays, and he told me that for the applicants he marked, there was a pretty good co-relation between MCQ and essay scores.
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/reque...0Ltr.docx.html
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Thank you! (:
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