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These sessions are a two way process and the more you put in- the more you’ll get out. Students who tend to improve the most are also the ones who persistently ask their tutor for focus on their weaknesses, week after week! We asked our LNAT tutors to give some examples of past sessions that they’ve conducted to give you ideas about what is possible.


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The LNAT essay is frequently neglected by lots of students, normally because they don’t like writing essays and have never really been taught how to do so. The essay is actually quite straightforward and easy to do well on if students follow a routine. Before the session, I ask the student to write a timed essay and bring it with them. This allows me to gauge their level and pitch my teaching appropriately. We use their essay as an example of good and bad things- e.g. how much space is used to answer each part of the question, the strength of the introduction, breadth vs. depth of argument. I stress to them the importance of planning essays and we then plan several essays together. We then conclude by examining good and bad introductions and conclusions to the same essay title so they can see the impact of starting and finishing an essay well. I finish by setting them 2 further essays to do at home which we review in the next session.

Linda, LNAT Tutor

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“One common scenario that frequently crops up is struggling with critical thinking. To start off, I first go over what each of the important keywords mean e.g. Assumption, Flaw, Conclusion etc. Then we start by looking at relatively simple examples and then slowly build into harder ones. I point out key words that are usually ‘hidden-away’ in the passage that often change the answer and then we examine more difficult questions (usually of a greater length). When they start getting these right, I do timed drills to see if they can use the skills they’ve acquired under time pressure. This does wonders for confidence and I finish the session with some homework that includes more critical thinking questions which we review in the next session.”

Megan, LNAT Tutor

Absolutely, and we’d encourage you to do so. Make sure you give your tutor enough notice (at least 5 days) for them to prepare the appropriate materials.

Of course! We’re here to support you- not just on the course-day but until you’ve finished your LNAT Exam. You’ll have email access to your tutor whenever you need it.



Melody graduated from Balliol College, Oxford, in Law in 2015, where she was awarded the Brackenbury Scholarship for academic excellence and the Alan Rodger Prize in Roman Law. She was a tutor for Oxford Summer Academy, teaching taster classes, interview and LNAT preparation and dedicates as much time as possible to mooting competitions at Oxford.
In her spare time, Melody enjoys running a food, culture, philosophy and fashion blog and also writes piano compositions.


Will graduated in Law in 2015, from Downing College, Cambridge. His primary role is as a personal tutor, working with Oxbridge candidates through the application process and is proud author of the Ultimate LNAT Guide which has sold thousands of copies globally. He is keen to help others gain the same opportunities he has been afforded and enjoys working with aspiring law students from all backgrounds. In his spare time, he enjoys road cycling and keeping up with legal developments.


Bianca read Law at Balliol College, Oxford and graduated in 2017 with Honours, going on to complete her Professional Bar Training at City University, London, she is now a member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. Bianca has great experience in guiding students through all the stages of their applications, and has tutored for companies all over the world. In her free time, Bianca represented the University in the Blue Ballroom Dancing team in inter-university competitions around the UK.