I'm planning to apply to Durham , Nottingham, Bristol, Warwick and York this year and I'm predicted A*A*A. I would like to think I have a strong personal statement , but do not feel my LNAT multiple choice went very well although the essay section did. Can I still go to Bristol for example with a below average LNAT score with an otherwise strong application ?
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Is a strong LNAT score more important than grades? watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-11-2015 18:11
- 05-11-2015 19:03
It's completely possible! You have solid predicted grades and I'm assuming from that decent AS results. The LNAT is really important but I don't think it's the be all and end all. If you go back and look at threads from last year for the LNAT and even further you'll see people getting into high-ranking universities like Durham with 16s/17s on the LNAT because the rest of their application was great and their essay was decent as well.