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I'm at a very small sixth form in which nobody is planning on taking the LNAT, so they are not really giving us any advice or general guidance on when it is how to prepare, etc, so any general advice to someone who has essentially no knowledge about it, anyways to prepare?
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My school doesn’t have any advice either, but practice papers are the only way to revise, as there’s not a set curriculum. You can get revision books pretty much anywhere. The essay section is a bit harder as you can’t really mark it but you can still do practice questions x
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My school doesn’t have any advice either, but practice papers are the only way to revise, as there’s not a set curriculum. You can get revision books pretty much anywhere. The essay section is a bit harder as you can’t really mark it but you can still do practice questions x
ok thanks, when are you starting to "revise" for it?
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ok thanks, when are you starting to "revise" for it?
Probably a little at the beginning of summer and then ramp it up during August bc I want to do it in early September
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Are you willing to pay for help? Arbitio? I do have a discount code (I get comments deleted for saying that but bruh I get no rewards from giving it out, I don't use Arbitio anymore obviously) but it's still fairly pricey. Worth it though imo.

Free help: the lawyer portal.

Most schools don't help with the LNAT. I asked a teacher of mine for help and she looked me in the eyes and said no:/
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Arbitio seems to be highly valued by lots of people as above.

There was a thread for people taking the LNAT for 2020 entry, although it may have wandered very slightly off topic at times

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6116192
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Are you willing to pay for help? Arbitio? I do have a discount code (I get comments deleted for saying that but bruh I get no rewards from giving it out, I don't use Arbitio anymore obviously) but it's still fairly pricey. Worth it though imo.

Free help: the lawyer portal.

Most schools don't help with the LNAT. I asked a teacher of mine for help and she looked me in the eyes and said no:/
yes definitely, pm me it please
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yes definitely, pm me it please
Done
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Arbitio seems to be highly valued by lots of people as above.

There was a thread for people taking the LNAT for 2020 entry, although it may have wandered very slightly off topic at times

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6116192
‘Slightly off topic’😂😂
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