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I want to study LLB Law in September 2020. I also want to stay in London so I've been looking at KCL, UCL and LSE. These all require the LNAT though and I want to apply to at least 2 that don't.
Is me only applying to 2 non-LNAT unis relying too much on the hope that I do well in the LNAT? How many LNAT unis are practical to apply to?
I'm predicted A*AA (trying relentless to bump this up to A*A*A), which is the entry requirements for London unis. Just don't know if applying to 3 LNAT unis is putting too much confidence in me doing well ;(
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Nahh 2 is fine it’s good that you’re ambiguous but having 2 safer options is good and I would’ve chose 2 if I did the lnat incase I did bad. If you want to apply for lnat unis then go for it. Good luckkk
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(Original post by i<3history)
I want to study LLB Law in September 2020. I also want to stay in London so I've been looking at KCL, UCL and LSE. These all require the LNAT though and I want to apply to at least 2 that don't.
Is me only applying to 2 non-LNAT unis relying too much on the hope that I do well in the LNAT? How many LNAT unis are practical to apply to?
I'm predicted A*AA (trying relentless to bump this up to A*A*A), which is the entry requirements for London unis. Just don't know if applying to 3 LNAT unis is putting too much confidence in me doing well ;(
what were ur gcses
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what were ur gcses
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I got 8 in history and 7 in English, which are the closest subjects to law, although I suppose that doesn't really matter at GCSE
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Three imo. But it depends which ones.
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Three imo. But it depends which ones.
I was thinking KCL, UCL and LSE. But I’m a home student and I heard that LSE prioritises international students so I don’t know if it’s worth It.
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Lol, I applied for 5 LNAT Unis and mine is tomorrow, a mistake perhaps, but let's hope I do well and get some offers.

They are-
Oxford
LSE
UCL
KCL
Nottingham

So 3 of your LNAT Unis you are considering I am applying to-

KCL- Only considers the multiple choice section
LSE- We are not sure since it has only used LNAT for two years, but I do not believe it considers the essay and says the MCQ mark goes in holistically and does not mean you will be removed for a bad score instantly
UCL- Essay is slightly more important than MCQ

I would suggest replacing one of the choices with Nottingham since it is LNAT but usually offers for around 22/42 and should be okay for you, Warwick is a non-LNAT choice that is quite good.
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4 is fine.
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KCL- Only considers the multiple choice section
LSE- We are not sure since it has only used LNAT for two years, but I do not believe it considers the essay and says the MCQ mark goes in holistically
LSE don't consider the essay

On their webite they say

"At present, we will only use the multiple-choice score in the assessment of applicants; the essay will not be considered.

There is no set minimum score in the multiple-choice section that applicants are expected to achieve in order to be successful, instead the score may be used to help distinguish between similarly qualified applicants.The multiple choice score will form part of our holistic assessment of applicants and will be used alongside all other information on the UCAS form, including academic record, contextual information, the reference and personal statement."
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