The National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) is an admissions test required for entry to many undergraduate UK Law courses, as well as to SUSS in Singapore.

The 2 hour and 15 minute computer-based test comprises of two sections – a multiple-choice section and an essay – and measures candidates’ verbal reasoning skills, ability to understand and interpret information, inductive and deductive reasoning abilities, and ability to analyse information and draw conclusions

Multiple choice42 multiple choice95 minutes1 - 42
Essay1 task from a choice of 3 questions40 minutesNot included in total score
Total2 hours 15 minutes1 - 42


Which schools require the LNAT?

The following universities recognised by the Singapore Ministry of Law require the LNAT:
University College London
University of Bristol
University of Durham
University of Nottingham
University of Oxford
King’s College London
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS)

What is a good LNAT score?

Generally speaking, a competitive LNAT score is above 25.

How long is my LNAT score valid for?

LNAT scores are valid only for the year in which they were sat.

How often can I sit for the LNAT?

You may sit for the LNAT once in a test cycle.

When is the LNAT held?

The LNAT is typically held on multiple dates between September to June.

When will my results be available?

As per the official LNAT website, candidates taking the LNAT on or before 20 January 2020 will receive their results in mid February 2020; candidates taking the test after 20 January 2020 will receive their results in early August 2020.



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