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    Difficulty of law test
    I took my LNAT this year and have since received offers from Oxford, LSE, UCL, King’s and Southampton to give you an idea of how I fared.

    It’s not easy by any means. I highly recommend doing the practice tests that are provided on the LNAT website. There is absolutely no need to pay for tuition in the LNAT as it will not benefit you and it is a waste of money. You can purchase a practice book, some people I know found them helpful, I was fine without. For the essay, I recommend thinking about prevalent topics and putting together your arguments for or against them and considering all sides of the argument. Read lots of newspapers like the Guardian, the Times etc. I found the Economist helpful too.
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    SOLID. I took mine for Kings this year and got an offer but my god it was difficult. I was close to tears in the actual thing lmao. I'd recommend the book by Uni Admissions which has 400 practice questions to familiarise yourself with timings etc but take it with a pinch of salt- the book is EASY compared to the actual thing. You need to also keep up to date on current affairs because the essays tend to be topical.
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    Thank you guys for your help.
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    I would like to study law in London or Oxbridge, i’ve heard Cambridge it’s the best for law degree in UK.
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    I would like to study law in London or Oxbridge, i’ve heard Cambridge it’s the best for law degree in UK.
    I applied to Camb, was pooled and rejected lmao. You don't take the LNAT for it. But you do have to take the CLT for which I HIGHLY recommend that you do some decent current affairs reading as well as learn how to write persuasively, in a coherent, logical manner.
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    What u reckon me Economist newspaper or to subscribe monthly to Econ magazine
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    I applied to Camb, was pooled and rejected lmao. You don't take the LNAT for it. But you do have to take the CLT for which I HIGHLY recommend that you do some decent current affairs reading as well as learn how to write persuasively, in a coherent, logical manner.
    It’s extremely hard Cambridge law test
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    (Original post by ChrisChristian)
    It’s extremely hard Cambridge law test
    No- its just an essay. But you need to be able to write in a sophisticated manner.
 
 
 

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