Bursary eligibility criteria widened ...
What is the National Admissions Test for
The National Admissions Test for Law, or
LNAT, is run by a consortium of UK
universities. It helps universities to make
fairer choices among the many highly-qualified
applicants who want to join their
undergraduate law programmes.
What kind of test is it?
The LNAT is an on-screen test including
multiple-choice questions and essay
questions. To help you prepare we
have a practice test available.
When and where do I sit the test?
You choose a date to take the
LNAT at a test centre near your
home, school or college. Testing for 2006-7 has
already started. Watch out
for university-specific deadlines!
How do I register?
You register online for the LNAT. There
is a small exam fee to pay, but some candidates
will be eligible for a free test under our bursary scheme.
top questions from our FAQs...
Where do I
find my LNAT Registration Number?
Where do I
find my UCAS application number?
What if there
is no test centre in my country?
What if I am dyslexic or have an access requirement?
How do I get my LNAT result?
Who has to take the LNAT?
The LNAT must be taken by anyone who is
applying for 2007 entry (or deferred entry in
2008) to an undergraduate law programme at ...
University of Birmingham
University of Bristol
University of Cambridge
University of Exeter
University of Glasgow
King's College London
University of Nottingham
University College London