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- This Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) EXPLAINED class will provide you with the essential approach to succeed in the NATIONAL LAW Aptitude Test (LNAT). We will cover aspects like what is LNAT, what are the trains of thought that can be used in this test, and how to understand questions that require one only to read a few lines and are answered in a minute or so.
- This course will cover all of the key topics that you need to know for the Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT). The LNAT is a test that is required by higher education institutions to assess students’ aptitude for studying law at the undergraduate level.
- In the demo class, we will cover all of the key topics that you need to know for the Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT). The LNAT is a test that is required by higher education institutions to assess students’ aptitude for studying law at the undergraduate level.
All About LNAT
“All about Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT)” is an online portal developed by the Department of Legal Studies, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) for providing information on Indian laws and related topics. The LNAT is a compulsory self-assessment test for admission to various courses offered by law universities in India.
Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) provides the coaching institutes to assess the aptitude of law aspirants by providing an opportunity to get admission into various BBA LLB & BBA LLB ISB courses. This test is conducted by the All India Law Entrance Test Consortium (AILET) for all law colleges across India.
Students who are interested in studying law can appear for LNAT and get admission into various law courses offered by various universities. The test is conducted twice every year, usually on the first Sunday of May and September, which allows ample time for students to prepare for it.
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LNAT Test Format
The format of the LNAT is similar to that of other aptitude tests. It consists of two papers, each having 50 objective-type questions, which need to be answered within a given time limit.
The first paper contains 50 questions based on reasoning skills and is designed for students pursuing Arts and Science streams in their undergraduate degree program.
The second paper has 30 multiple choice questions based on quantitative skills and is designed for students pursuing the Commerce stream in their undergraduate degree program.
The Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) is a paper-based aptitude test conducted by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for admission to 100% government-funded law colleges in India.
The questions in Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) consist of 4 sections: Quantitative Ability, Verbal Ability, Logical Reasoning & Reading Comprehension.
The Quantitative Ability section of the Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) has 30 questions in total. There are 3 sets of 10 questions each with different levels of difficulty. The first set consists of simple arithmetic operations such as addition, subtraction and multiplication, and division by whole numbers. The second set contains problems based on ratio, profit & loss, percentage, and work rate problems.
The Verbal Ability section of the Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) has 50 questions in total. There are 4 sets of 10 questions each with different levels of difficulty.
The first set contains synonyms and antonyms, sentence completion, paragraph comprehension, and sentence correction problems.
The second set consists of Cloze tests where a few words are deleted from a sentence or paragraph and replaced with blanks.
The third set has comprehension passages followed by questions based on the passage which is similar to reading comprehension questions in other competitive exams like CAT, IAS, etc.
The fourth set is logical reasoning questions. There are three types of logical reasoning questions and they include Syllogism, Blood relation, and Missing part. The first two types have four sets of 10 questions each while the third type has only one set with 5 questions.
The fifth and last set is the reading comprehension questions. There are two types of reading comprehension questions: Text Completion Questions, and Summary Questions.
The first type consists of 10 sets that have five questions each, while the second type has only one set with three questions.
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LNAT Score & Ranking
Here is the LNAT Test Score Chart that shows your rank and the possible percentile score so you can get an idea of what law is like in India. The ranks from 15th to 40th are called non-residential schools. All students who are part of this ranking and have scored at least 80% marks in their subjects qualify for admission into the best B-schools in India.
The highest rank is 100 percentile, which means that you have scored the maximum marks out of the total number of questions asked in the LNAT Test.
The lowest rank is called the 5th percentile. A score of the 5th percentile means that you have scored the least marks out of all students who appeared for the LNAT Test. If a person scores below 80% in any subject, then he or she will not be able to appear for the LNAT Test again.
The average scores for successful applicants applying to UK LNAT universities.
|UNIVERSITY||AVERAGE SCORE OF SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS|
University of Oxford
University of Cambridge
University of Bristol
University College London (UCL)
London School of Economics (LSE)
King's College London
University of Glasgow
University of Durham
University of Nottingham
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
Eligibility criteria for LNAT
The test is not difficult to meet, but one should be careful about the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria for LNAT Test are as follows:
- You must be a student of class XII from any stream with at least 80% marks.
- Your age should not be more than 22 years when you appear for the LNAT Test.
- Your marks in English, Maths, and Science should not be less than 60%.
- You should have appeared for your class XII final exams at least 6 months before the date of the LNAT Test.
- Your name should be in the records of the school or college where you study.
- You should not have taken admission in any other course/program except for the LNAT Test.
- You must have completed class XII from any school in India and have appeared for your final year examination.
If a student has appeared for an exam more than once, then he or she will not be able to appear for the LNAT Test again.
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At the moment, there are 11 universities that require the LNAT, most UK-based, but some are not based in the UK. To see a full list of them, take a look at our LNAT guide page.
For both Oxford and non-Oxford applicants, you can register for the LNAT from 1st August 2021. Testing begins on 1st September 2021. For more details on timings, take a look at our LNAT guide page.
You must sit the LNAT in the same year as you apply to UCAS – so if you’re applying to UCAS in 2021, you must take the LNAT during 2021/2022.
The LNAT score is derived from your answers to Section A, the multiple choice questions. There are 42 questions in total, with one mark each, so the maximum score you can get is 42. Find out more about Section A through our free guide here.
The LNAT essay is sent to the university you are applying to, where they will assess the skills you possess which are desirable in a prospective law student. Therefore, it is vital that you create a well-developed and engaging essay.
Universities see your LNAT scores before you do. The first LNAT score results are released to universities on 21 October, for those who have completed the test before this date.
After this date, your LNAT score and essay will be available to universities within 24 hours of you taking the test.
LNAT scores are released to you in two batches throughout the year. Those who take the LNAT before 20 January will receive the results in mid February. If you take the test after this date, you will receive your LNAT scores in mid August.
The LNAT website specifies that “no specific dates can be given”.
It is only valid for the year you took it, if you are reapplying through UCAS this year, you must also take the LNAT again this year. Results are not carried over from one year to the next.
Absolutely! Experience suggests that practice significantly improves your LNAT score. We suggest you start by looking at our LNAT Preparation and LNAT Tips page.
As early as possible. It’s a good idea to start practising and developing a basic knowledge of the LNAT around the summer before you book your test – that way, you’ll have time to properly prepare that will mean you don’t have to cram at the last minute.
A good way to get some early preparation in is to attend one of our half-day LNAT Workshops, where you will get trained in LNAT strategies from an expert tutor.
We suggest you do four weeks of regular revision for it, and two weeks of intense revision and practise questions to prepare properly.
You can only sit the LNAT exam once during the year you are applying through UCAS, this means that candidates can only take the test once between 1 September 2021 and 31 July 2022. So if you want to try it again, you will have to wait until next year to reapply.
Yes – register as normal for the LNAT online, but do not book your test online. You will need to complete an Examination Access Requirements form through the LNAT website and send it to them, along with documentary evidence. Find out more on the LNAT website.
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