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Hi guys! So I have some kind of a dilemma. I am applying for law 2020 entry for Law. I bought some LNAT books (Mark Shephard and the UniAdmissions MCQs collection), did some of the online tests on Arbitio and one of the official sample tests. I did see my scores improving greatly from practicing. I started at about 22 and now I score between 27-32 with an average of about 29. However, today I took one of the mock tests in "The Ultimate LNAT Collection" by UniAdmissions. The Mock tests texts I find ridiculously long. In this one I took 16. It is my lowest score ever, as I never scored below 22. Compared to Mark Shephard, UniAdmissions, Arbitio, and the official mock tests how does the real thing compare in terms of:
1. Length of the texts?
2. The complexity of the questions and texts?
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Throw Mark Shephard in the bin (I'm guessing that he's to thank for the 32)
Arbitio's realistic in terms of difficulty etc

The question is bizarre because you're in the best position to judge the difficulty of these books against each other and against the official samples, given that you've done or are in a position to do all of them.
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Throw Mark Shephard in the bin (I'm guessing that he's to thank for the 32)
Arbitio's realistic in terms of difficulty etc

The question is bizarre because you're in the best position to judge the difficulty of these books against each other and against the official samples, given that you've done or are in a position to do all of them.
I was referring to how they compare to the actual LNAT test, not one against the other. Oh and actually not, on the Mark Shephard tests I never scored above 25. I usually score the best on Arbitio, where I actually got 30 and have an average of 27. Btw, did you seat your LNAT?
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I was referring to how they compare to the actual LNAT test, not one against the other. Oh and actually not, on the Mark Shephard tests I never scored above 25. I usually score the best on Arbitio, where I actually got 30 and have an average of 27. Btw, did you seat your LNAT?
Take a look at how they compare to the sample tests on the website (they are the most representative)

I sat mine several years ago
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Oh, so you found the one from the website the most representative in terms of difficulty? Most people said that on the contrary, they are easier than the real thing. I am soooo confused about this low mark I got. Anyway, thank you so much for the help.
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Take a look at how they compare to the sample tests on the website (they are the most representative)

I sat mine several years ago
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Oh, so you found the one from the website the most representative in terms of difficulty? Most people said that on the contrary, they are easier than the real thing. I am soooo confused about this low mark I got. Anyway, thank you so much for the help.
You seem to have a lot of free time in your hands, so you could just allocate a few more evenings to preparing and do more papers from each source
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Hi guys! So I have some kind of a dilemma. I am applying for law 2020 entry for Law. I bought some LNAT books (Mark Shephard and the UniAdmissions MCQs collection), did some of the online tests on Arbitio and one of the official sample tests. I did see my scores improving greatly from practicing. I started at about 22 and now I score between 27-32 with an average of about 29. However, today I took one of the mock tests in "The Ultimate LNAT Collection" by UniAdmissions. The Mock tests texts I find ridiculously long. In this one I took 16. It is my lowest score ever, as I never scored below 22. Compared to Mark Shephard, UniAdmissions, Arbitio, and the official mock tests how does the real thing compare in terms of:
1. Length of the texts?
2. The complexity of the questions and texts?
Hey I’m also using the Uniadmission LNAT guide, how difficult was the actual test in comparison to that book?
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Throw Mark Shephard in the bin (I'm guessing that he's to thank for the 32)
Arbitio's realistic in terms of difficulty etc

The question is bizarre because you're in the best position to judge the difficulty of these books against each other and against the official samples, given that you've done or are in a position to do all of them.
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