LNAT Preparation and LNAT Tips
Thorough LNAT preparation is the key to succeeding in the test.
We know that the exam assesses your inherent verbal reasoning abilities, but there are definitely a few things you can do to give yourself the best chance of gaining the highest LNAT score possible.
The good news is that you’ve passed the first stage by landing on our LNAT tips page, because knowing exactly how to prepare for LNAT just happens to be our expertise!
So take a deep breath and get ready to take note. Here is our guide to mastering the LNAT, including advice on LNAT revision and top tips from students just like you who have taken and passed the LNAT – with flying colours no less!
LNAT Multiple Choice Questions - Our Ultimate Guide
LNAT Tips: Timing is Everything
For many, the Law National Aptitude test is a whole new type of assessment, and if you want to know how to do well in LNAT, it is important to learn how to manage your time properly beforehand.
Read on for our LNAT advice on timing.
LNAT Multiple Choice Section Timing
Be strategic with LNAT timing
- One of the most important and useful skills you can demonstrate during the LNAT Multiple Choice Questions section is an ability to use your time strategically.
- If you find yourself struggling and taking too much time on one specific question, flag it for review later it and move on.
- During the 95-minute time limit for the multiple choice section, you can go back and check over your answers as much as you like.
Read more about the multiple choice section of the LNAT >>
Utilise targeted reading for LNAT success
Section A: Multiple Choice Questions
- Identifying the keywords in the passage will help you adopt a method called targeted reading. This will help you find the answer to the question quickly.
- Read more about this method by clicking on the button to our Multiple Choice section below.
LNAT Essay Section Timing
- For the LNAT essay section, it is imperative that you plan your response once you have picked your question. Give yourself 15 minutes to do this and you’ll have a much clearer idea of where your argument is heading.
- Be realistic about your ability to answer the question within the 40 minutes provided. If you’re unsure, pick another answer – remember, you have a choice of three.
- Practising writing in timed conditions will help with your efficiency in the LNAT Exam. The more you go through practice papers, the better you will find your time management gets.
Find out more about Section B: the LNAT essay here >>
LNAT Tips: Hone Your LNAT-Specific Skills
There are certain specific skills that you will need to demonstrate in the LNAT.
You need to perfect your critical thinking, analysis, logical inference, deductive reasoning, targeted reading and written communication skills in order to achieve a high LNAT score.
But don’t panic. There’s an array of resources on our website to help with your LNAT revision like our LNAT multiple choice questions page and our ultimate LNAT essay writing guide.
But first, check our tips below to help you hone your LNAT skills. They include reading broadly, using online resources and seeking expert LNAT help.
LNAT Tips: LNAT revision
Use all the LNAT resources available to you on our website. Make the most of our free LNAT question bank to practise these skills as much as you possibly can before the law admissions assessment.
Effective LNAT preparation means practising until you feel confident and then, yes, you guessed it – practising some more! That’s the only way to be sure you have the skills for success in the LNAT.
Go to the LNAT Question BAnk
LNAT Tips: LNAT Preparation courses and Workshops
Some students seek extra LNAT help by booking themselves onto a course or workshop. At the Lawyer Portal, we run half-day workshops in London which are led by experts in verbal reasoning aptitude tests.
We also offer an online course with plenty of online resources to help you boost your score.
Hone your Skills at One of Our our LNAT Workshops
LNAT Tips: Read Widely
Many of the skills discussed above are linguistic skills. Therefore, reading is a surefire way of jettisoning yourself to success.
Reading allows you to be critical, to pinpoint arguments, analyse and even build your vocabulary which in turn broadens the scope of your skill set and builds your confidence for the LNAT.
Reading some opinion and comment newspaper or journal articles in particular will benefit you greatly when it comes to the essay part of the LNAT exam.
Good Newspapers to read for LNAT Preparation
Questions about the LNAT? Find all the answers in our FAQs section >>
LNAT Revision Books
As well as online practice and courses, you can invest in some LNAT books to help you with mastering the LNAT. Below is a list of some of the most popular LNAT books currently on the market in the UK which will help you with your LNAT preparation.
|LNAT Book||Author/s||Price (approximate)
| The Ultimate LNAT Collection||William Antony and Dr Rohan Agarwal||£28
|Mastering the National Admissions Test for Law||Mark Shepherd||£32
|Law National Admissions Test (LNAT): Essay Questions and Answers||How2become||£10
|Law National Admissions Test (LNAT): Multiple Choice Questions and Answers||How2become||£10
|LNAT Practice Papers Volume One||Aiden Ang, Dr Rohan Agarwal, et al||£10
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