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    Find myself today with the result of my November LNAT test, back when I was considering Law. However became disenfranchised when I realised the grades needed for any leading uni.

    I have AAABB at Higher, resoundingly near the 'unlikely' end of the admittance spectrum for Oxford etc.

    Average this year was 23.3/42.

    Typical successful Oxford applicants attain in the region of 24-32 based on what I've seen - though are of course non-representative of individual stories.

    I didn't apply to any Law courses in the end.

    Now I have a feeling of "here's what you could have won", if I had decided to apply. Would I have gotten in if I had applied? Has anybody found themselves in a similar position?
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    Warwick may be doing UCAS extra/clearing for law, if you want to do it.
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    I'm already at university and sat it again for fun - came out with 38/42 too. It does make me wonder how my Oxford application would have gone if my original score were 38, but ultimately I doubt anything would've changed.

    That said, the score doesn't mean that much to Oxford - it's more so the essay, and then even more so the interview. Don't fret over it.
 
 
 
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