The LNAT (The Law National Aptitude Test) is used by universities to help them select the most suitable students for their law undergraduate courses. The LNAT is designed to test a student’s aptitude skills which are required to study law at university level. It is therefore not a test of a student’s specific law knowledge.
There are two sections to the test, which include multiple choice questions and an essay question. Our tutors can support you through both of these sections so that you feel more confident when you are sitting the paper.
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