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    Between UCL and KCL, which one rely more on LNAT scores, anyone know?
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    kcl. they absoolutely love it imo. below 16 and you're rejected straight off.
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    Probably kings...
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    Hmmmm..
    I wouldn't like to say either way. Just because UCL don't have an official 'below 16=no' 'rule', doesn't mean to say they don't have a secret one...?

    Aman, out of interest, what was your LNAT score?
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    (Original post by Ryands)

    Aman, out of interest, what was your LNAT score?
    26, you?
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    Christ on a bike! That's high.
    I got 20 - no great shakes.. but I was still fairly pleased.
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    26, you?
    how on earth did you manage that? pray, do tell ! :p:
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    I dunno, I did a few LSAT papers and the practice LNAT one, and while doing the exam, I read over each extract, took my time, thought about my answers, and didn't panick
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    (Original post by a_t)
    I dunno, I did a few LSAT papers and the practice LNAT one, and while doing the exam, I read over each extract, took my time, thought about my answers, and didn't panick
    Actually, is the LSAT very similar with the LNAT? Also, how helpful is doing LSAT past papers with regard to preparing for the LNAT?
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    I think the LSAT is in like 4 sections, I just did questions from the first section, the way they're set out is fairly similar and it requires very similar skills to the LNAT, as in a passage, then multiple choice questions about that passage
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    where can i get some LSAT past papers?
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    google lsat
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    where can i get some LSAT past papers?
    lol. smart question.
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    LNAT score are all about luck. Noone knows the answer to all the question. Average person will know about half of them for sure. Then you can have a pretty good stab at a few more. Then the rest are probably guesses. The score you get is dependant on how many you guess right. I doubt that the people who get 25+ actually knew the answer to 25+ of the questions.

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    Well I'm gonna pretend I did :p:
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    (Original post by TommehR)
    LNAT score are all about luck. Noone knows the answer to all the question. Average person will know about half of them for sure. Then you can have a pretty good stab at a few more. Then the rest are probably guesses. The score you get is dependant on how many you guess right. I doubt that the people who get 25+ actually knew the answer to 25+ of the questions.

    I do actually agree with that, but I didn't say it because it would make me sound jealous/bitter.
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    Who cares what LNAT you get as long as you get into the university you want? At UCL they don't segregate you into what LNAT you got.

    I think that the LNAT is a pretty good test, but certainly not perfect. But that's a discussion that's been done a hundred times before.
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    (Original post by Ryands)
    I do actually agree with that, but I didn't say it because it would make me sound jealous/bitter.
    Anything thats 20+ is really good anyway
 
 
 
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