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What type of questions are in the LNAT?
LNAT’s Drawing Inferences question type
– How well can you draw conclusions from facts? How well can you make judgements based on limited information.
– Each of this LNAT question type consists of a statement that is regarded as true, followed by a selection of inferences. You will be asked to select one of five options for each inference: True, Probably True, Inadequate Data, False and Probably False.
LNAT’s Recognising Assumptions question type
– Is the statement presented justifiable based on the assumption provided.
– From the two statements presented, you must judge whether the second statement can be justified by the assumptions of the first.
LNATs Deductive Reasoning question type
A key element of your Watson-Glaser practice test is deductive reasoning. You’ll have to decide whether a follow-on statement is true based on a prior statement.
Your own knowledge must be disregarded, general knowledge is not being tested here, your decision must be based 100% on the first statement. Again, you have a binary choice in your answer: pick ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
LNAT’s Logical Interpretation
- The fourth pillar of your Watson-Glaser practice test is logical interpretation.
- How well can you assess the weight of different arguments given a predetermined assumed-to-be-true statement?
- You’ll be shown a paragraph that you must accept to be valid.
- Then you’ll be shown a ‘conclusion’ that follows on from the initial paragraph.
- You must decide whether the conclusion is fair ‘beyond reasonable doubt’. Again, you can only answer ‘yes’ or ‘n’.
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LNAT’s Argument Evaluation
- How well can you distinguish between strong and weak arguments?
- This is the final element that will be measured during your Watson-Glaser practice test.
- Again, you’ll be shown two passages of writing.
- This time you must decide whether the answer statement is ‘strong’ or ‘weak.
Introduction to the LNAT
Legal training institutions apply LNAT alongside other recognized admission guidelines like academic qualifications.
LNAT refers to an assessment that universities use to place students in appropriate undergraduate law courses based on .on their assessment scores. The test assesses the capacity, of an individual in particular skills needed to study law. LNAT is useful for universities as it assists in making the right choices when selecting individuals from a pool of highly qualified applicants to join them.
The LNAT test comprises multiple-choice questions (section A) and an essay (section B). The computer checks the scores of an individual. Then determines marks out of 42, usually called the LNAT score (LNAT, n.d), The second section requires each candidate to write an essay based on one of three provided subjects. Scores here show the ability of a person to make a convincing argument and conclusion. Consequently, the score determines which undergraduate program is suitable for each respective candidate.
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LNAT Section A
The LNAT is a 2-hour 15-minute test divided into two sections. The first LNAT section (Section A):
- is a computer-based, multiple-choice exam consisting of 42 questions.
- 12 passages, with 3 or 4 multiple-choice questions on each.
- 95 minutes.
LNAT Section B
In the second LNAT section (Section B):
- 40 minutes to write an essay from a list of 3 topics.
- Marked by the tutors at your prospective college.
- This LNAT essay is in our opinion your best opportunity to demonstrate your superior critical reasoning abilities. And also your aptitude for studying Law.
What does taking the LNAT cost?
- The LNAT costs £50 (UK)
- And £70 (non-UK).
- Although there is also an LNAT bursary scheme – see LNAT bursaries here.
Why do I have to take the LNAT?
- Most applicants to Oxford University have outstanding academic credentials.
- Thus, it’s difficult for Oxford Colleges to differentiate amongst the many many applicants come from all over the world and take different qualifications.
- The LNAT pass mark, like the pass mark for school entrance tests such as the 11 plus, varies each year. This depends upon the diffficulty of the LNAT questions set that year. And, of course, on the standard (and to a lesser extent the number) of that year’s applicants..
- In fact, you also have to pass the Oxford College interview.
- Both methods in combination provide separate bits of info on a prospective student’s critical reasoning skills. And critical thinking potential.
How to Find a Specialized LNAT Tutor Online
- Hiring expert tutor to aid preparations for the LNAT test can significantly contribute to good scores.
- Several tutors usually advertise on online platforms to reach potential students.
- However, some individuals posing as tutors are not experts in LNAT and may mislead candidates.
- Therefore, applicants should know methods of identifying specialized tutors.
- It is essential to conduct background checks on a tutor before seeking his or her services.
- A potential tutor should have adequate experience in LNAT tests.
- Exceptional understanding of LNAT tests enables a tutor to give students helpful knowledge.
- Referral by comrades can connect an individual with a specialized tutor.
- Therefore, a candidate may inquire from other students receiving similar tutoring services and learn about their experience.
Critical Thinking Practice Tests
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