What LNAT essay questions did you get for your LNAT test?

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Sterling Falcone
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I want to compile different past essay questions to practise writing!
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I don’t think most will be able to remember the exact wording of their question — online you can find plenty though and enough to keep you occupied.

In all honesty if you do any essay based subjects at A-Level, it shouldn’t really be any issue.
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It was either about cars and licenses or why tax avoidance should also be illegal just like tax evasion is. I remember doing both vividly.

Btw: no point doing this. Plenty of resources to keep u occupied. Or make up your own questions lol
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(Original post by Lady Jamie)
It was something about cars. And I remember comparing cars to guns. Or criminalising cars or something Edit: Ahhh I can’t remember and it’s pissing me off so much. I will try to remember it and edit.

Btw: no point doing this. Plenty of resources to keep u occupied. Or make up your own questions lol
I am trying to make up my own questions, but I figured it would be nice to know some past questions.
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Something about whether to introduce consent classes at school? (if it was university, it would be too easy)
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Something about whether to introduce consent classes at school? (if it was university, it would be too easy)
Had to search up what a consent class is.

I would have written about optional modules if I had to guess in the exam (like requiring a student’s consent before teaching them).
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Something about global warming, it was some terrible statement and I had to agree or disagree. There doesn’t seem to be much point doing this though because I doubt anyone would remember the exact question.
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I've lived a life and a half since then. I don't bloody remember.
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(Original post by Lady Jamie)
Had to search up what a consent class is.

I would have written about optional modules if I had to guess in the exam (like requiring a student’s consent before teaching them).
you're an embarrassment to feminism, gender equality, etc.
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'Is there a moral imperative for people with known serious hereditary conditions not to have children?' is the one I chose.
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