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The LNAT Excellence Programme – Sunday 2 October

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THE LNAT EXCELLENCE PROGRAMME

Sunday 2nd October 2016

King’s College, London (KCL)

The LNAT Excellence Programme is a one-day course designed to train you how to achieve an exceptional mark in the test. In order to do so, we shall teach you the strategy required to excel and then demonstrate how to implement it. The day is split into two parts – one half dedicated to the Multiple Choice aspect of the exam and the other to the Essay Writing aspect. There will also be two timed mock assessments followed by feedback to review progress.

The LNAT Excellence Programme is taught by high-academic achievers who themselves achieved outstanding LNAT scores in the past. The skills acquired on this course are not just relevant to the LNAT test – they are applicable to the types of verbal reasoning tests that are employed by the world’s largest companies when recruiting graduates.

The universities that employ the LNAT test are: Birmingham, Bristol, Durham, Glasgow, Nottingham, King’s College, Oxford, SOAS and UCL. In Section A of the LNAT test, students have 95 minutes to answer 42 multiple choice questions derived from 12 passages, with 3 or 4 multiple choice questions on each. In section B, students have 40 minutes to answer one of 3 essay questions on a range of subjects.

Programme Fee: £145/student. If 2 or more places are booked students receive a 10% discount. Enter code GROUP10 at checkout to benefit from this.

For more information and to book click here.

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