The National Admissions Test for Law or LNAT is a test run by a consortium of universities in the UK (LNAT Consortium Ltd), in partnership with Pearson VUE. This test is applicable to get admissions to undergraduate law programs in the UK. The Minimum qualification required to appear for LNAT is school-level qualifications, such as A-levels or their global equivalents. You will need to take the LNAT to join the following law schools in the UK:
- University of Birmingham
- University of Bristol
- University of Cambridge
- Durham University
- University of East Anglia
- University of Glasgow
- King’s College London
- Manchester Metropolitan University
- University of Nottingham
- University of Oxford
- University of College London
The LNAT test comprises of two sections: First section (80 minutes): 30 multiple choice based questions
- 10 argumentative passages, with 3 multiple-choice questions on each.
- Questions are based on contents of the passage provided and no specific prior knowledge is required.
- Questions are designed to test the power of comprehension, interpretation, analysis, synthesis, induction, and deduction.
Second Section (40 minutes ): Essay writing
- Choose 1 question out of 5 provided.
- The point is to test the ability of the candidate to argue economically to a conclusion with a good command of written English.
- This part of the test is passed unmarked only to LNAT-participating law schools to which the candidate has applied.
For more information, please follow the link- http://www.lnat.ac.uk/how-to-prepare/