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Hey pl who got into oxford for law, how did u do in the lnat?...

I got 16, seems pretty bad compared to some pl.
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18 - st peters college
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15...so not that great. But I got my offer at Trinity, all that matters
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16...but the questions seemed poorly phrased, and in my opinion, isn't a very good indicator of ability.....so whatever... =P
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They don't count it as part of the admissions selection this year though, right? Someone said they're just comparing the people who they would have taken anyway to see how accurate a predictor it is.
(Btw, what's it out of?)

You think the Lnat was hard, you should have tried the language tests! WOW
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(Original post by WhatFreshHell?)
They don't count it as part of the admissions selection this year though, right? Someone said they're just comparing the people who they would have taken anyway to see how accurate a predictor it is.
(Btw, what's it out of?)

You think the Lnat was hard, you should have tried the language tests! WOW
I think it's only Cambridge who have decided not to officially use it this year, though I only got that impression from reding TSR, so...
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(Original post by ~Raphael~)
I think it's only Cambridge who have decided not to officially use it this year, though I only got that impression from reding TSR, so...
And that impression on TSR was formulated from the Cambridge law open day, where they told everyone that Oxford would take it into serious consideration, but Cambridge wouldn't. Therefore trying to nick applicants off Oxford.

Nobody knows, no point in worrying about it!
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15 - Balliol (not me an acquaintance)

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(This post expresses no negative or positive opinion: it is not supposed to sound surprised that smn with 15 wd get into Balliol.)
'Acquaintance' complained.
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(Btw, what's it out of?)

It's out of 24

16 doesnt actually sound so bad now, thought everyone else going to oxford would be getting in the 20s
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Best friend - 18 - New - Law/Law Studies in Europe (German)
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20 in LNAT.
Got in but didn't apply for Law with LSE because my teacher said I "wasn't fluent".
Not sure how important the LNAT was. I thought it was a real piece of crap. Like after n x A* and m x A at AS we need another f****** test! And like Law tutors can't tell a potentially good law student but this one-hour test can!
dumb or what?!
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Wonderful! Not even started and I'm bottom of the class already! I got into Mansfield with a score of 14 on the LNAT.
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I got 19.
Applied to Magdalen, also had an interview at Mansfield.
Total rejection.
Some of us wish the LNAT counted for more.
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I never got my scores; I had to take an American version of the test that I think was slightly different. Got into Merton Law with LSE on an open application, so I guess I didn't do too shabbily. They probably gave an easier test for us stupid Americans, though.
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