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    When should I start studying for the LNAT? How much time does it take to revise for? And what sort of revision should I be doing?
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT IT'S COME TO THIS, BUT SOMEHOW IT HAS HAPPENED ANYWAY AND...

    Right, now that I've clickbaited you...

    When should I start studying for the LNAT? How much time does it take to revise for? And what sort of revision should I be doing?
    No studying is needed at all, it's pretty hard to study for. Just get the book (Mastering the National Admissions Test for Law) and practise answering the multiple choice questions so you get a feel for it.

    Other than that, keep up with current affairs and read a lot to improve your knowledge and comprehension skills - this will help for the essay and the multiple choice.
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    When should I start studying for the LNAT? How much time does it take to revise for? And what sort of revision should I be doing?
    Hello Abstract_Prism,

    This is a very common question and one that we get asked a lot. Although it varies from person to person, generally most people need around 4 weeks of dedicated preparation time of increasing intensity + focus. Don't fall into the trap of thinking "you can't revise for the LNAT" - this simply isn't true!

    There are a lot of tips + techniques that you can utilize to improve your speed and accuracy. One of the best ways to improve with minimal effort is to read broadsheet newspapers as much as you can. When you get closer to your exam date, you can start working through popular LNAT textbooks and then finally onto past papers.

    Hope this helps! You can find out more LNAT related information here.

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