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I average at 22/23 on Arbitio, and just did 2010 practise test A, getting 31 despite not doing the first question. What sort of ballpark should I be looking at? Apparently the LNAT is much harder than it was in 2010
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Hi,
I average at 22/23 on Arbitio, and just did 2010 practise test A, getting 31 despite not doing the first question. What sort of ballpark should I be looking at? Apparently the LNAT is much harder than it was in 2010
Hiya, 22/23 is a really really good score on Arbitio, trust me that would basically be enough to get you a place at most universities since Arbitio is harder than the actual exam!
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Hi,
I average at 22/23 on Arbitio, and just did 2010 practise test A, getting 31 despite not doing the first question. What sort of ballpark should I be looking at? Apparently the LNAT is much harder than it was in 2010
Hi, I'm in a very similar situation, averaging 23 on Arbitio. Can you share the 2010 Practice Test A though? I'm not quite sure what that is. Is that the official practice test?
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Hi, I'm in a very similar situation, averaging 23 on Arbitio. Can you share the 2010 Practice Test A though? I'm not quite sure what that is. Is that the official practice test?
https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/unde...ons-tests/lnat - If you go to 'How to prepare' there are 2 official practise exams provided by pearson. I believe you can also find these on the LNAT website
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Mid-twenties in the MCQ component is a 'good score' - few people get 30 or above.

The essay component will be marked in-house by each Uni - if they use it. Each Uni will mark this differently and use that combined score differently.
For Bristol the assessment is GCSE 20% | A-Level 40% | LNAT 40%, and using the following weightings: 60% MCQs and 40% essay. So you can see that its quite posible to get a good MCQ score, mess up the essay and get a lower overall score, or vice versa and 'raise' your overall score with a good essay.
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Mid-twenties in the MCQ component is a 'good score' - few people get 30 or above.

The essay component will be marked in-house by each Uni - if they use it. Each Uni will mark this differently and use that combined score differently.
For Bristol the assessment is GCSE 20% | A-Level 40% | LNAT 40%, and using the following weightings: 60% MCQs and 40% essay. So you can see that its quite posible to get a good MCQ score, mess up the essay and get a lower overall score, or vice versa and 'raise' your overall score with a good essay.
Hi, I am aware of this. However I am applying to Oxford and UCL so need as high a MCQ score as possible. 🙂
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