LNAT is a skill test that has been established for several years by several universities abroad (mainly the United Kingdom) as a prerequisite for introducing students to curricula related to the legal field.

 The test does not examine the student’s knowledge in legal science or law but gives universities the opportunity to assess whether the student has the appropriate skills to attend a course of study.

The examination of the LNAT is divided into two parts:

LNAT Section 1

The first part of the LNAT is a computer-based exam consisting of multiple-choice questions based on argumentative texts and questions that address the student’s critical thinking and analytical skills.

LNAT Section 2

In this part of the examination three different themes for development are given and the student is asked to choose one of them and analyze it in a report. The report reflects the pupil’s ability to build a comprehensive argument and to reach a final conclusion.


  • Small homogeneous classes.
  • Learning the most important skills to tackle the multiple-choice questions asked on the exam.
  • Developing critical and analytical skills necessary for understanding the reading passages.
  • Working on numerous essay topics to improve argumentation techniques.
  • Sitting for numerous timed mock exams to strengthen the students’ skills.
  • Equipping students with numerous logic and argumentation skills to form convincing arguments both in written and oral form.
  • Taught by a well-qualified and experienced licensed English Teacher and lawyer so that students get first hand guidance and experience.
  • Introducing Students to legal concepts,( terminology, analysis of different laws and cases) to prepare them for studies at Universities.


Universities that request LNAT

   UK: University of Birmingham / University of Bristol

Durham University / University of Glasgow

King’s College London / University of Nottingham

University of Oxford / UCL / LSE

Spain:                IE