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    I am hoping to apply for Law for 2017 entry and have been looking at a couple of LNAT universities. I have looked at the LNAT but am still a little confused about how I sit it. I see that I have to create an account before booking, but where do I actually sit the test? Would this be at my school/ college? When can I sit it?
    While on the subject of LNAT, do you have any tips?

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    Same place you sit the driving theory tests.
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    (Original post by ett11)
    I am hoping to apply for Law for 2017 entry and have been looking at a couple of LNAT universities. I have looked at the LNAT but am still a little confused about how I sit it. I see that I have to create an account before booking, but where do I actually sit the test? Would this be at my school/ college? When can I sit it?
    While on the subject of LNAT, do you have any tips?

    Thank you .
    Good morning ett11,

    Abstract_Prism is correct - once you are registered, you will be asked to choose a test date and time at your local Pearson testing centre. It is under much the same exam circumstances as the Driving Theory Test too.

    There are few tips I can offer in terms of preparing for the test:

    Keep up-to-date on current affairs: read newspapers, both print and online, the advantage of online newspapers is the comments section. The comments section offers an alternative view to the main report. Practise forming an argument for and against what is being reported and then drawing conclusions based upon the evidence.

    Complete past and mock papers: the LNAT website has past/mock available to practice with. Even if you feel comfortable with the subject itself, the papers are useful because they include formatting, structure and the instructions you'll have to follow on the day.

    Practice your timing: Making sure that you have your timings down is an essential part of preparing for the LNAT test. The more you practice, the quicker you will become at reading the sections and the questions. It will help you hone techniques and improve your accuracy.

    This is just a little bit of generic advice! If you'd like to ask any questions or have any specific things you'd like to know, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

    UniAdmissions
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    Same place you sit the driving theory tests.
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    Good morning ett11,

    Abstract_Prism is correct - once you are registered, you will be asked to choose a test date and time at your local Pearson testing centre. It is under much the same exam circumstances as the Driving Theory Test too.

    There are few tips I can offer in terms of preparing for the test:

    Keep up-to-date on current affairs: read newspapers, both print and online, the advantage of online newspapers is the comments section. The comments section offers an alternative view to the main report. Practise forming an argument for and against what is being reported and then drawing conclusions based upon the evidence.

    Complete past and mock papers: the LNAT website has past/mock available to practice with. Even if you feel comfortable with the subject itself, the papers are useful because they include formatting, structure and the instructions you'll have to follow on the day.

    Practice your timing: Making sure that you have your timings down is an essential part of preparing for the LNAT test. The more you practice, the quicker you will become at reading the sections and the questions. It will help you hone techniques and improve your accuracy.

    This is just a little bit of generic advice! If you'd like to ask any questions or have any specific things you'd like to know, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

    UniAdmissions

    Thank you for the tips - I shall try and prepare for LNAT like that then.
 
 
 
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