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LNAT (Law National Aptitude Test)

What is LNAT?

LNAT is short for Law National Aptitude Test.

What is it used for?

Entry to law and some combinations of law and other subjects at:

Which institutions use this test?

University of Birmingham (B32)

University of Bristol (B78)

Durham University (D86)

University of Glasgow (G28)

King's College London (K60)

University of Nottingham (N84)

University of Oxford (O33)

SOAS (The School of Oriental and African Studies) (S09)

University College London (U80)

Who do I enter the test with?

Through LNAT - please see www.lnat.ac.uk

When is the entry deadline?

Registration opens 1 August 2018; please check the LNAT 2018/19 website for university-specific deadlines

When can I take the test?

Is booked during registration.

How long does the test last?

2 hours 15 minutes

For more information: See the LNAT website