Goregaon West - New Link Road - Bangur Nagar - Near Bangur Nagar Metro Station
|Batch Size||Two Students Only|
|Study Material||High Scoring and authentic Study Material is shared with the Students, which includes Full Mock Tests|
|Highest Score in LNAT||36/ 42|
The National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) was developed by a consortium of UK universities as a fair way to assess a candidate's potential to study law at undergraduate level, regardless of their education or personal background.
LNAT or Law National Aptitude Test is required by many top universities in The UK (The United Kingdom). Thus, LNAT is essential if you aspire to study law in The UK. Global Course offers LNAT Live Online coaching. Our LNAT Live Online Classes are held from Malad West, Mumbai, India. Our students have scored maximum 36 so far through our Online LNAT Live Coaching Program. The Online Classes of LNAT are conducted by our team of highly experienced trainers, headed by Mr. Amar Singh. We follow a flexible schedule for our LNAT Online Program. We, at Global Course, arrange regular Online Coaching for LNAT as well as we conduct intensive Online Crash Course for LNAT. Our regular Online Classes are held twice a week which last for three months. However, we also make exclusive intensive crash course schedule if required. In that case, we complete the LNAT Online Live Coaching in two months. We use authentic and extensive study material during our online LNAT Coaching Classes.
Students can sit the computer-based test at a time and test centre convenient to them, choosing from over 500 test centres in 165 countries around the world.
The LNAT is a 21/4 hour test in two sections...
Section A consists of 42 multiple choice questions. The questions are based on 12 argumentative passages, with 3 or 4 multiple choice questions on each. Candidates are given 95 minutes to answer all of the questions.
Candidates can review their answers at any time during the 95 minutes, but cannot return to the multiple choice section once they begin Section B.
For Section B, 750 word maximum, ideal 500-600 words. Candidates have 40 minutes to answer one of three essay questions on a range of subjects and demonstrate their ability to argue economically to a conclusion with a good command of written English.
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