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I’ve been deciding between Cambridge and Oxford recently to study law. But I know that as part of admission requirements you need to take LNAT for Oxford and Cambridge Law Test for Cambridge. Do you have any recommendations for revision books for both or either?
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Euphoria101 Sophie.qoh any recommendations?
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Euphoria101 Sophie.qoh any recommendations?
LNAT - Arbitio, and the Lawyer Portal has a free bank you can work through. They are slightly easier tho. Post essays here and someone will give feedback!

CLT - not sure

If you’re trying to decide, do a paper for both and see what’s easier. The CLT essay questions imo are harder than the LNAT ones, but the LNAT MCQ can be deadly.
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LNAT - Arbitio, and the Lawyer Portal has a free bank you can work through. They are slightly easier tho. Post essays here and someone will give feedback!

CLT - not sure

If you’re trying to decide, do a paper for both and see what’s easier. The CLT essay questions imo are harder than the LNAT ones, but the LNAT MCQ can be deadly.
Okay thank you so much
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Plenty of online guides and tests to practice the LNAT if you have a google. Maybe have a look at some MCQ in one sitting and the essay in another to get started.

There is a very popular book that offers guidance on the CLT though it's worth noting it is not officially endorsed by Cambridge. I actively chose not to read it because the CLT is just an essay and I was already pretty happy with my essay writing technique from my Alevels etc though I saw plenty of people with it at interview. The Cambridge Law Faculty has some PDFs available online with practice questions. I would recommend writing a couple as full essays in timed conditions as well as trying to plan as many as possible (start by taking your time, even allowing yourself to do some research and then try to get faster).
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Plenty of online guides and tests to practice the LNAT if you have a google. Maybe have a look at some MCQ in one sitting and the essay in another to get started.

There is a very popular book that offers guidance on the CLT though it's worth noting it is not officially endorsed by Cambridge. I actively chose not to read it because the CLT is just an essay and I was already pretty happy with my essay writing technique from my Alevels etc though I saw plenty of people with it at interview. The Cambridge Law Faculty has some PDFs available online with practice questions. I would recommend writing a couple as full essays in timed conditions as well as trying to plan as many as possible (start by taking your time, even allowing yourself to do some research and then try to get faster).
Oh okay thanks. What’s the name of the book that offers CLT guidance?
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Oh okay thanks. What’s the name of the book that offers CLT guidance?
The Ultimate Cambridge Law Test Guide I believe
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The Ultimate Cambridge Law Test Guide I believe
Okay thanks
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