How can I try and improve my skills in order to get a high mark for the LNAT?
I would also recommend that you pay attention to the news and try and argue pros and cons to any controversial topics.
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The LNAT test can’t really be prepared for as it challenges your general knowledge and critical thinking, but you can get a feel for it by practising as many debate questions as possible or Googling past LNAT papers/questions and doing those. I would say practise your spelling and grammar because they switch off spell check for the test. I’m sorry I can’t help you more but that’s just the way this test is, unfortunately. Good luck!
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