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The LNAT entrance exam is now a requirement at many leading UK Universities. This fully revised and up-to-date guide provides an in-depth understanding of both Parts A and B of the Test. The rationale and use of critical reasoning tests is explained including the style and format of the multi-choice questions used. A practice test is provided which follows the LNAT approach, together with explanations of both the correct and incorrect answers.
The test is two hours in duration and has two sections. Part A consists of 24 multiple choice questions assessing candidates’ ability to read, understand, analyse and make logical deductions from passages of text. Part B requires candidates to write a well reasoned essay on a subject chosen from a list of titles. The results of the test will be used by the universities in conjunction with A levels and other equivalent qualifications to assess student’s suitability and it is essential that candidates perform well on the test.
This guide provides any person preparing for the National Admissions Test for Law with an in-depth understanding of both Parts A and B of the Test. The rationale and use of critical reasoning tests is explained including the style and format of the multi-choice questions used in the LNAT. A step-by-step, developmental approach to answering critical reasoning questions is provided followed by a practice test, which fully replicates that used in the LNAT.
The answers to the test provide the rationale for both the correct and incorrect answers to develop the reader’s knowledge and understanding. Finally, a detailed section on essay writing is included which examines essay style and structure, the use of critical thinking skills, and the use of grammar, punctuation and spelling, to enable a candidate to write a well-reasoned essay.
Passing the National Admissions Test for Law will provide you with a detailed understanding of how the test is structured; it will speed up your reactions and give you the confidence to successfully handle the style of questions you will encounter.