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lnat advice

i'm planning on taking my lnat in november of this year but i don't know when or how to start revising :frown: i'm applying to all RG schools so ideally my score needs to be 27+

i've been told to use arbitio a lot and be up to date with current news but does anyone who has already taken it and got their scores have any tips or advice for me?
Thanks in advance :smile:
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The best help I found was this video from oxford https://youtu.be/9ENQwTVlhsI?si=UGlABe9C3FgUWvhz
Also from my experience you don't need months and months of revision. Just try to answer all available practice papers and do a few practice essays until you are fairly confident
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Original post by kamdi_anamdi
i'm planning on taking my lnat in november of this year but i don't know when or how to start revising :frown: i'm applying to all RG schools so ideally my score needs to be 27+
i've been told to use arbitio a lot and be up to date with current news but does anyone who has already taken it and got their scores have any tips or advice for me?
Thanks in advance :smile:

hey I got a 28 on my LNAT and my main advice would be:

use the website arbitio - its harder than the real thing but its helpful for prep

id also recommend using the 'LNAT ultimate guide' - however I do want to note that it is a book, and in my experience reading the extracts on paper is easier than a screen so keep that in mind

for the essay try to think about what your other subjects have taught you. e.g. I do psychology and my friend does philosophy so I lightly mentioned facts from those.

remember! the essay is not all about facts or intelligent language (although these are important) its about how well you construct an argument beyond the standard 'thesis and antithesis' style

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Original post by cat101010
hey I got a 28 on my LNAT and my main advice would be:

use the website arbitio - its harder than the real thing but its helpful for prep

id also recommend using the 'LNAT ultimate guide' - however I do want to note that it is a book, and in my experience reading the extracts on paper is easier than a screen so keep that in mind

for the essay try to think about what your other subjects have taught you. e.g. I do psychology and my friend does philosophy so I lightly mentioned facts from those.

remember! the essay is not all about facts or intelligent language (although these are important) its about how well you construct an argument beyond the standard 'thesis and antithesis' style


thanks so much for the helpful tips : )

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