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hello, I just sent my UCAS application and during registration for LNATS i had to use the ucas personal number, so doesnt that mean its automatically connected?Did i have to add it as a educational qualification as well? Please help, im freaking out
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You don’t need to add it as a qualification on UCAS, just make sure on your LNAT account you’ve selected which universities you want LNAT to release your score to
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As above, don't worry.
Each University downloads 'their' scores from LNAT - if you added your UCAS id, all good.
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You *should* declare all qualifications and tests on your ucas application. That includes LNAT.

Missing it off won’t prevent your universities getting your results.

You can add it to your ucas application by filling in the qualifications change form on the ucas website.
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You *should* declare all qualifications and tests on your ucas application. That includes LNAT.
Applicants do not need to declare LNAT on their UCAS applications.
All LNAT Unis can check directly with LNAT to see if an applicant has registered and then taken the test.
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Applicants do not need to declare LNAT on their UCAS applications.
All LNAT Unis can check directly with LNAT to see if an applicant has registered and then taken the test.
That's not in line with the UCAS declaration that applicants agree to when they submit (that they've declared all qualifications).

UCAS provide it as an option for applicants to include in their qualifications section - because they expect it to be entered. Name:  lnat.PNG
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Whether that's how results get sent to universities or checked is beside the point.
"You must enter all your qualifications from secondary education onwards" - that's what UCAS ask for and what applicants should be doing.
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