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Oxbridge Interviews – A Brief Guide
Interviews are often considered to be the most intimidating and mysterious elements of the Oxbridge admissions process. This summary is designed to demystify the process so that you can approach your interview as confidently as possible.
The LNAT Exam
The National Admissions Test for Law, or LNAT, can seem like a formidable hurdle for many students applying to read law at university; this is particularly the case when one considers the historically low average scores (usually around 50%) and the fact that many students do not know what to expect.