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    Can anyone give me a rough idea of what is a good score for the LNAT? I took a practice test and got 30/42, but I have no idea if this would get me into the universities I want to apply to. Or if on the day itself my score would drop lower because of nerves etc. I don't really know what I can do you study for the LNAT either?
    Also, 3 out of my 5 choices require LNAT - would it be better to apply to more non LNAT universities incase the tests goes terribly?
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    (Original post by awkwardgal)
    Can anyone give me a rough idea of what is a good score for the LNAT? I took a practice test and got 30/42, but I have no idea if this would get me into the universities I want to apply to. Or if on the day itself my score would drop lower because of nerves etc. I don't really know what I can do you study for the LNAT either?
    Also, 3 out of my 5 choices require LNAT - would it be better to apply to more non LNAT universities incase the tests goes terribly?
    that's actually really good, you got 30/42 which is well above average. The average usually peaks around the 21-23 score out of 42. But obviously 22 and above is an ideal score, that's if you meet the entry requirements bang on with your predictions. If you can get 30/42 on the actual LNAT you would be completely fine so do not worry!


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