About the LNAT
While school-level qualifications such as A-levels and their global equivalents remain central to the selection process, applications to some law schools both in and out of UK require LNAT.
LNAT is an admission requirement for the following UK universities. Besides LNAT, you still need to apply to the universities in the normal way through UCAS. Sitting for the test will not constitute application to any universities.
For UK Law programmes, you must take the LNAT in the same year as your UCAS application. You can only sit the test once in one cycle (September to June). Additionally, the results cannot be carried over from one year to the next.
|University of Bristol||Course codes M100, MR11, MR12 and MR13
|Durham University||Course codes M101, M102
|University of Glasgow||Course codes M114, M1R7, M1R1, M121, M1R2, M122, M1R3, M1M9, M1RR, M1R4, M123, MN11, MN12, MV13, ML11, MQ13, MQ15, ML17, MV11, MV15, ML12, MR17
|King’s College London||Course codes LM21, M100, M121, M122, M190
|University of Nottingham||Course codes M100, M101, M1R1, M1R2
|University of Oxford||Course codes M100, M190, M191, M192, M193, M194
|SOAS, University of London||Course codes M100 LLB and all other combinations including Law. M102 LLB Senior Status does not require the LNAT
|University College London||Course codes M100, M101, M102, M141, M142, M144, M145, M146
|The London School of Economics and Political Science ||Course code M100
Non-UK Universities that require LNAT
The LNAT is also an admission requirement for the law degree programmes at the following non-UK universities.
- Singapore University of Social Sciences
- IE Law School
LNAT Test Format
- Comprehension (95 minutes, 42 Multiple Choice Questions)
- Essay Writing (40 minutes)