Providing practice questions and test-taking tips to help law applicants perform their best when taking the law degree admissions test, this guide includes practice questions and expert coaching on how applicants can raise their score in ...
Author: Peter Williams
Publisher: Trotman, Limited
Are you looking for essential information on how to pass the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)? Do you need to get a great score for the LNAT in order to apply for a law degree? Practise & Pass: LNAT is essential reading for any student who needs to sit the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) for application to a law degree at university. These are highly competitive courses and an impressive score in the LNAT is essential to improve your chances of gaining a place on the law course of your choice. the LNAT is made up of multiple-choice questions and an essay. Practise & Pass: LNAT is packed with hundreds of practice questions so you know what to expect and can practise the sample tests yourself to maximise your chances of getting a great score. the questions are supported with insider tips and advice so that you're completely at ease with the process and can take the LNAT test feeling confident and capable. the LNAT is a way for UK universities to assess your potential to study law at undergraduate level, alongside the standard university application. the skills you need to do well in the LNAT are also the skills you need to do well in legal education so this test will shape your success in following a law degree and career. Don't let the LNAT test jeopardise your university application; with the advice and tips in this book you'll be well-prepared to perform at your very best and win a place on the law degree course of your choice. Practise & Pass is a series that ensures you prepare for and get a great score in university admissions tests. Each workbook is packed with hundreds of practice questions, as well as insider advice and tips on how you can practise and pass. Written by testing specialists, you will find all the answers at your fingertips so you pass with flying colours.
(d) do not believe in evolution This is an incorrect answer, as although the
passage states that these religions believe in ' ... a transcendent Creator-figure ...'
it does not state that such believers do not believe in evolution. (e) are practised
Author: Rosalie Hutton
This Third Edition provides a comprehensive and fully up to date guide for all those preparing to sit the National Admissions Test for Law. It has been thoroughly revised to take account of the recent changes to the test and to reflect the latest advice and guidance relevant for candidates. Readers will find all they need to face the exam with confidence, fulfil their potential and succeed in their application.
might be worth having a look at some books on critical thinking as preparation for
the LNAT. ... Fraser Sampson (published byLearning Matters) and Practise &
Pass:LNAT by Georgina Petrova and Christopher Reid (published by Trotman).
Author: Nicholas J McBride
Publisher: Pearson UK
Letters to a Law Student relays all that a prospective law student needs to know before embarking on their studies. It provides a useful guide to those considering a law degree or conversion course and helps students prepare for what can be a daunting first year of study.
Everything you need to know to practice and pass verbal reasoning tests Rob
Williams. which are a core skill ... Before taking the LNAT, it is highly advisable to
practise and familiarise yourself with the test format in advance. There are plenty
Author: Rob Williams
Publisher: Pearson UK
Prepare. Practice. Perform. Succeed! Are you chasing a job that you really want, but need to take a verbal reasoning test to get it? With the help of this book, you’ll sharpen your skills and quickly become confident in your ability to pass. Written by a psychologist with years of test-writing experience, it’s packed with examples of every kind of test and will take you through everything you need to pass with flying colours. · Feel practiced, prepared and confident · Be ready to take on any type of test · Develop a strategy to maximise your performance With plenty of tips, tricks and practice tests to help you, no matter what level or type of test you face, prepare to succeed!
The deadline for sitting the LNAT is normally 20 January (1 November for Oxford)
, but check the LNAT website (www.lnat.ac.uk) for ... For more help on the LNAT
admissions tests read Practise & Pass Professional: LNAT (Trotman, 2011).
Author: Lianne Carter
Publisher: Crimson Publishing
110,000 people apply for law school places at university every year. To guarantee your place you'll need a step-by-step guide to Getting into Law. This 9th edition is compiled by several qualified lawyers as well as practising members of the bar, law lecturers, solicitors and careers advisers - all revealing exactly what you need to do in order to get started on a career in law. Getting into Law contains expert advice on choosing the right law course, filling in your UCAS application and how to perform well at university law interviews. Maximise your chances of success and discover: -what solicitors and barristers do and how they fit into the legal system -what it's like to work in the legal profession (including case studies) -how to become a solicitor or barrister -what law courses are available -how to apply for law work experience - and get it Containing an overview of the English legal system, Getting into Law will help you qualify for the route into a legal career that suits you. Law access courses, law degrees, exempting degrees and the graduate diploma in law (GDL) are all possibilities to consider, as are legal practice courses and a training contract - or a Bar Vocational Courses and pupillage if you want to become a barrister. Now including advice on funding a law degree, sample law interview questions and tips on how to plan for your first career in law, Getting into Law is essential reading for anyone who is serious about applying to study a law degree at university.Founded in 1973, MPW, a group of independent sixth-form colleges, has one of the highest number of university placements each year of any independent school in the UK and has developed considerable expertise in the field of applications strategy. They author theGetting Intoguides which explain the application procedures for many popular university subjects, as well as the best-sellingHow To Complete Your UCAS Application.