The Law National Aptitude Test is an aptitude test that was adopted in 2004 by 8 universities in the UK offering law programs. This standardized testing system helps students understand if a law program is suitable for their interest as well as skills set. Being a general aptitude test, it does not require any prior knowledge of the law or any other subject, but students are strongly advised to practise and prepare for it. It sets a benchmark for the law schools or universities to understand whether that student would succeed in the program.
The content of the LNAT is managed by members of the LNAT Consortium, and the test itself is administered by Pearson VUE, under contract to the LNAT. It is used in collaboration with other admissions processes such as UCAS application and academic qualifications that helps further in making fairer choices from the many highly-qualified applicants that apply every year.
The LNAT is a two-part test:
- Multiple Choice Questions and
This course will focus on either to ensure that you score to the best of your knowledge and abilities.
What Will I Learn?
- Mastery of core curriculum topics
- Unique question-specific strategies
- Lifelong subject and interdisciplinary skills
- Exam techniques practised through extensive question practice and personalised feedback