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I somehow think 24/24 is a score that won't be applying to you.
Aren't you a delight?
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what's the pass rate for the LNAT test, does anyone know? Or isn't there one?
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There is no pass rate. Just a number, an integer in fact.
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I love the fact that so many people have declared that have got 25 in the practice test despite the fact that there are only 24 questions!
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He he..

I'm glad people have noticed! I have watched other polls on this website and I thought I would put 25 to see how many people would actually lie, to make themselves look better...

Sorry

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[QUOTE=tomcoolinguk]Yeah... the man at Cambridge in charge of the test said they expect an average score of 12.

Thats very low actually. Hopefully all of us on TSR will beat that!




3. You are then awarded points for your scholastic background. 5 points is you go to school which in either of the past two years has an average A Level score of 19-22, 10 points it is has a score of 15-18, and 15 points if it has a score less than 14 points.

How unfair. I can't believe that! Oh well do i guess thats pretty fair...


4. If you live in the Bristol area you are given an extra 10 points.

Yey thats me!!!!


Talk about their special interests in law, ignorant of Bristol not specialising in them.

Oh no!! Well I just made a small statement saying how I was interested in company/commercial law. Which I genuinely am, I didn't talk about choosing it as an option (as you would in cambridge for example) so am i let off?
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Just about to take it now - how long does it take?
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I've done it now anyway.

I got 10. Oh well.
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What I have noticed is that whilst this LNAT test is similar to the critical thinking AS level (paper 1 section A) in terms of style of the questioning. The LNAT has a lot more prose and some of it just a load of boring waffle
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