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Full marks LNAT

anyone ever got on full marks on lnat and if so how did they do it??
someone out there most likely has! but as much as you should attempt to achieve your best it's very unlikely you ever will get anywhere near to full marks until after taking a law degree where you'll learn to read critically. the average for this years cohort was 23/42 but anywhere from 27/28+ is usually considered a very competitive mark!

but in terms of actually studying for it there's lots of past papers online and I found the lnat practise textbooks very useful as they have lots of practice mcq's for section A and example essays for section B (for reference I got into durham and bristol for law which both required the lnat:smile:)
hope this helps somewhat! x
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I haven't heard of a full 42 but I know that someone got 40 this year. Some other people got 38s and 39s. (Minute amounts, they're most likely outliers)

Just do your best, some ppl are more gifted in terms of the skills that are needed. Some are less fortunate. Do lots of practise and make sure you're in a healthy state of mind on the day. MCQs are very unpredictable, so luck plays into it a little too. There's no one "formula" for achieving a high LNAT. You can only do what works for you.
Best of luck.
(edited 4 weeks ago)
Original post by Coeoe
I haven't heard of a full 42 but I know that someone got 40 this year. Some other people got 38s and 39s. (Minute amounts, they're most likely outliers)
Just do your best, some ppl are more gifted in terms of the skills that are needed. Some are less fortunate. Do lots of practise and make sure you're in a healthy state of mind on the day. MCQs are very unpredictable, so luck plays into it a little too. There's no one "formula" for achieving a high LNAT. You can only do what works for you.
Best of luck.

very true about mcqs being unpredictable!! i’ll be fully honest i managed to get very lucky on my lnat with one of my texts being on a psychological study by rosenhan which i study for my alevels, so i basically didn’t need to read the text to know the answers!! on practise one i did before the real thing it was on lakoff, a theorist i study in english language - so yes luck definitely plays a role and also just how hard the texts you’re given in general are

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