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People keep asking what qualifies as a good score. I will be sharing statistics from past years for a couple universities. I hope that will help
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2018/2019- LSE
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/reque..._passthrough=1
The average score for all LNAT exam writers was 23 per thelawyerportal- it is 20,8 this year
lowest LNAT scores of a people who got an offer
3 people-16
2 people-18
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2018/2019 KCL offer holders
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/reque...tion.xlsx.html
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“Yes, there is a cut off score each year. This varies each Admissions cycle depending on how applicants achieve across the cohort.

(2) If so, what was this cut-off score?

For September 2018 entry, Home and EU applicants received an offer if they achieved a score of 19 or above. For International applicants we made offers to applicants achieving a score of 15 or above.

(3) In any event, what was the average LNAT score for successful applicants (i.e. applicants to whom an offer was made) in the above-mentioned application cycle?

22”


Important to add that the overall LNAT average was 2,2 points higher in 2018
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