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i just did my LNAT today and only wrote 450 words for my essay, however the ideal number of words should be 500-600. will this negatively impact the marking of the essay?
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Most universities look more at the quality of your arguments as opposed to the number of words you write and they prefer you to express your ideas succinctly. I’d say it’s better to write too little than too much so don’t worry about it too much and you’re not that far under the recommended word count!
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thank you so much!
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Just to add, King’s don’t look at the essay unless you’re a borderline applicant, meaning they’re not sure whether to give an offer.
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yeah generally King's doesn't care about the essay
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i just did my LNAT today and only wrote 450 words for my essay, however the ideal number of words should be 500-600. will this negatively impact the marking of the essay?
I wrote only 400 and I’m quite worried. I still feel like the essay section was a lot better than the multiple choice. May I ask which essay you chose and how you found it ?
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I wrote only 400 and I’m quite worried. I still feel like the essay section was a lot better than the multiple choice. May I ask which essay you chose and how you found it ?
I chose to write the essay on the topic " What age do you think people should be allowed to vote at?". According to me, my essay was good however I felt that it probably wasn't long enough.
Overall, my MCQ and my essay section were quite good.
Honestly, don't worry about it though, because universities don't even consider the essay section of the LNAT
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(Original post by ayanna29)
I chose to write the essay on the topic " What age do you think people should be allowed to vote at?". According to me, my essay was good however I felt that it probably wasn't long enough.
Overall, my MCQ and my essay section were quite good.
Honestly, don't worry about it though, because universities don't even consider the essay section of the LNAT
Have you got an offer?
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Have you got an offer?
No, i haven't applied yet. I'm going to apply this weekend
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