The UniAdmissions Guide on how to start LNAT Section A preparation.
The Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) is split into two sections, A and B. Here is some advice on the steps to take for LNAT Section A preparation to help you feel well-equipped when taking the test.
What Is LNAT Section A?
Section A of the LNAT is a multiple-choice section. You will be given twelve passages of text to read followed by three or four multiple-choice questions. You will have 95 minutes to complete Section A of the test.
You do not need to have any particular knowledge to complete Section A. However, it is important that you spend time preparing for LNAT Section A to know what to expect during the test. As part of your LNAT Section A preparation, it is also a good idea to practice the skills the admissions tutors are looking for applicants to demonstrate. It would be worth brushing up on these skills so you are confident when it comes to the test.
What skills are the admissions tutors looking for in LNAT Section A?
Section A is all about your comprehension and reasoning skills. The admissions tutors want to know that you can understand, analyse and interpret information. In the test, you will need to work out what the question is asking, pinpoint which part of the text is relevant, and choose the best answer from the multiple-choice answers provided.
Questions to Consider when tackling LNAT section A preparation
As part of your LNAT Section A preparation, you should ask yourself the questions listed below when reading the passages of text. This will help you to start considering the questions when completing practice questions so it will become second nature during the test.
It is also good preparation for you to start reading articles in high-quality newspapers while considering the points below:
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Top tips for LNAT Section A Preparation
When preparing for the test, you should use the practice questions on the LNAT website to start familiarising yourself with the format of the questions and the types of questions that will be asked.
When tackling the questions, it is important that you:
No points will be deducted for an incorrect answer, so make sure you answer every question even if you are unsure.
Final LNAT Section A Preparation Advice
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