The National admissions test for Law or LNAT, is an admission aptitude test that was adopted in 2004 by eight by UK university law programme, as an admissions requirement for home applicants. There are nine participating schools and over hundreds of test centres worldwide. Pearson VUE, run the test which is itself one of renowned organisation.
- LNATis 135 minutes long and consist of two sections. Test taker is allotted 40 min to complete the essay and 95 min to answer 42 multiple choice questions aimed at measuring reading comprehension and logical reasoning skills.
- Essay portion is 40 min long and involves the candidate answering one of the three available essay questions.
- Score range is 0-42
- LNAT is conducted once in a year by Pearson VUE.
- Score is valid for one year.
List of UK universities who accepts LNAT Score.
Here is how the GMAT Test is structured
- University of Birmingham
- University of Bristol
- Durham University
- University of Glasgow
- Kings College London
- University of Nottingham
- University of Oxford
- SOAS school of law
- University college London
- NUI Maynooth
- IE University
- Singapore University of Social sciences.