LNAT: how much time did you spend preparing for it?Watch
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Try practising a timed critical/comparison essay where you only have the same allocated time (40 mins if i rember correctly). Don't look at the questions until you satrt your time limit. Type your essay on the computer (in ms wordpad - without spell-checker!) then when you have finished -copy and past in word to see if you have made any grammatical/spelling mistakes. Keep doing it to you nail it
(p.s. i didn't do this and did quite well in the exam- however if i was to do it again i definately would prepare- no point in leaving it to chance- i've relied on my instincts and ability to improvise for most of my academic career ['career' haha- ooh, get me!] mostly to success but doesn't count for much in a2 exams and exams therefter imo- it's a hard habit to break- don't get caught by it!)
I'm going to book this during the week, it's not too late is it.
That helped get my head around the style of questions and how to answer them, and good advice on the essay section. But I didn't give it a lot of attention.
TBH I felt I still had good english skills from my GCSEs which I think helped.
And considering my rubbish AS grades I had to apply to uni with, I got above average on the question section and some decent offers. So don't give it too much worry, just keep a clear head and read the questions carefully like you should in an exam and it's fine.