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What’s the lowest LNAT score that Bristol University accept/ have accepted? Asking because mine went considerably badly
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The Data Extravaganza is pinned to the top of the forum and has a breakdown of the number of offers given out per LNAT MCQ grade achieved

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6160930

Click on Document 5 (LNAT Scores)
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The Data Extravaganza is pinned to the top of the forum and has a breakdown of the number of offers given out per LNAT MCQ grade achieved

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6160930

Click on Document 5 (LNAT Scores)
About that, I noticed it is mostly 2019 and some 2018 results, anything from before that on other documents?
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About that, I noticed it is mostly 2019 and some 2018 results, anything from before that on other documents?
Idk - search for 'Bristol LNAT' on whatdotheyknow.com.

I'm generally loth to including old data, given that the competitiveness of a course changes (Bristol went up to A*AA around this time), as does the LNAT average MCQ score.
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The Data Extravaganza is pinned to the top of the forum and has a breakdown of the number of offers given out per LNAT MCQ grade achieved

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6160930

Click on Document 5 (LNAT Scores)
Thank you!

Another question - Do you know if Bristol weighs your LNAT based half on your MCQ and half on your essay to make up the total 40%?
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Thank you!

Another question - Do you know if Bristol weighs your LNAT based half on your MCQ and half on your essay to make up the total 40%?
I don't know, unfortunately. I'd ask returnmigrant or email their admissions team if you're desperate to know.
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I don't know, unfortunately. I'd ask returnmigrant or email their admissions team if you're desperate to know.
That's okay, thank you for your help
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Thank you!

Another question - Do you know if Bristol weighs your LNAT based half on your MCQ and half on your essay to make up the total 40%?
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Thank you!

Another question - Do you know if Bristol weighs your LNAT based half on your MCQ and half on your essay to make up the total 40%?
Applications are scored and ranked with the overall weightings:
GCSE 20% | A-Level 40% | LNAT 40%

The LNAT grade used by the University is scored as:
60% multiple choice questions | 40% essay
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Applications are scored and ranked with the overall weightings:
GCSE 20% | A-Level 40% | LNAT 40%

The LNAT grade used by the University is scored as:
60% multiple choice questions | 40% essay
Thank you!!

Would you happen to know around what score one would need (on MCQ) to be considered at Bristol? I know this probably changes every year but just as a general idea?
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The arbitio website has a page on what scores are wanted by where. Bristol is 26 if i remember correctly.
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The arbitio website has a page on what scores are wanted by where. Bristol is 26 if i remember correctly.
This is totally incorrect. Bristol has no LNAT 'cut-off' score.

Applications are scored as explained in my post above. Its the cumulative score that is ranked for offer, not just your LNAT score. Even if you looked at an average LNAT score it wouldnt tell you anything as its not considered in isolation.

I would have considered any MCQ above 30 as 'excellent', above 22 as 'good', below 15 as 'borderline', but obviously your overall LNAT score can be raised with a good essay score and your overall application score with a good score for academic profile.
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This is totally incorrect. Bristol has no LNAT 'cut-off' score.

Applications are scored as explained in my post above. Its the cumulative score that is ranked for offer, not just your LNAT score. Even if you looked at an average LNAT score it wouldnt tell you anything as its not considered in isolation.

I would have considered any MCQ above 30 as 'excellent', above 22 as 'good', below 15 as 'borderline', but obviously your overall LNAT score can be raised with a good essay score and your overall application score with a good score for academic profile.
Thank you for clearing it up. Have been confused about how they look at applications (especially regarding the LNAT) for a while now.
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Thank you for clearing it up. Have been confused about how they look at applications (especially regarding the LNAT) for a while now.
Its all in the Admissions Statement - there is a link to it at the bottom of the course page on the Bristol website.
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This is totally incorrect. Bristol has no LNAT 'cut-off' score.

Applications are scored as explained in my post above. Its the cumulative score that is ranked for offer, not just your LNAT score. Even if you looked at an average LNAT score it wouldnt tell you anything as its not considered in isolation.

I would have considered any MCQ above 30 as 'excellent', above 22 as 'good', below 15 as 'borderline', but obviously your overall LNAT score can be raised with a good essay score and your overall application score with a good score for academic profile.
I wasn’t aware of this in such specifics. Thank you for explaining.
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Bristol would take 24 25 on mcq
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Bristol would take 24 25 on mcq
Have you actually read the posts above?
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