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    Can someone who does law please advise as to what they think a typically 'good' LNAT score is (i.e. what the average successful candidate gets, or if they think there is a certain cut off point) for this uni
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    I would consider a 'good' score to be at least 26, however the standard varies year on year. They always let you know what the national average was for the year, which was 21 last year, so I'd say aim for at least mid twenties. I'm not sure how seriously Durham takes the LNAT, different unis give it different weighting in assessing applicants
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    (Original post by macklemore_123)
    I would consider a 'good' score to be at least 26, however the standard varies year on year. They always let you know what the national average was for the year, which was 21 last year, so I'd say aim for at least mid twenties. I'm not sure how seriously Durham takes the LNAT, different unis give it different weighting in assessing applicants
    Thanks for the response. I was getting around 24 in the mocks (the books I had were terrible, far too easy compared to the two mock papers) and felt the real thing was the same standard. Got rejected from Oxford but received an offer from Durham a few days ago...
 
 
 
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