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I'm applying to Cambridge, UCL, LSE, King's, Edinburgh with the prediction grades of A*A* A*A, namely german, physics, maths and econ.
Currently preparing for LNAT.
Just a few queries:
Firstly, what should I get in MCQ to get into UCL/LSE/King's?
Secondly, is it possible for me to receive an unconditional offer from Edinburgh based on my prediction grades? (Or are unconditional offers only made with actual grades?)
Thirdly, in the worst-case scenario, if I screwed up LNAT, is it still possible for Edinburgh to give me an offer as it does not require LNAT?
Thanks very much.
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(Original post by Ellen Liu)
I'm applying to Cambridge, UCL, LSE, King's, Edinburgh with the prediction grades of A*A* A*A, namely german, physics, maths and econ.
Currently preparing for LNAT.
Just a few queries:
Firstly, what should I get in MCQ to get into UCL/LSE/King's?
Secondly, is it possible for me to receive an unconditional offer from Edinburgh based on my prediction grades? (Or are unconditional offers only made with actual grades?)
Thirdly, in the worst-case scenario, if I screwed up LNAT, is it still possible for Edinburgh to give me an offer as it does not require LNAT?
Thanks very much.
Hey, I'm applying to Cambridge and Edinburgh too.
1. The required score varies based on the average each year. The trend seems to be most successful applicants achieving upwards of 25. On the other hand a low LNAT score does not mean you will not get an offer, every part of your application is taken into account.
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6247090
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6160930
2. Unconditional offers (from Edinburgh) tend to be made in special circumstances and seem to be limited more to those with attained rather than predicted grades.
https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/underg...ur-application
3. If a university doesn't state the LNAT as one of it's requirements it won't even receive your score, so it won't matter if you mess up on the exam.

Good luck with your application hope this helped.
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Hey, I'm applying to Cambridge and Edinburgh too.
1. The required score varies based on the average each year. The trend seems to be most successful applicants achieving upwards of 25. On the other hand a low LNAT score does not mean you will not get an offer, every part of your application is taken into account.
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6247090
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6160930
2. Unconditional offers (from Edinburgh) tend to be made in special circumstances and seem to be limited more to those with attained rather than predicted grades.
https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/underg...ur-application
3. If a university doesn't state the LNAT as one of it's requirements it won't even receive your score, so it won't matter if you mess up on the exam.

Good luck with your application hope this helped.
Thank you so much, this is very helpful indeed!! I wish you the best of luck with your application!
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