CLC’s LNAT course is designed to help you develop and enhance key skills necessary to achieve the best possible score on the LNAT (National Admissions Test for Law). Our expert instructor Ms. Lamprini Zacharaki, an experienced teacher and a lawyer herself, will provide guidance and feedback throughout the course, ensuring that you have the support you need to succeed until the day you sit for the test.
Course Designer / Tutor
Lamprini Zacharaki, holder of LLB and LLM
HOW WE ACHIEVE TOP RESULTS
CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
The LNAT requires strong critical thinking abilities. CLC’s course will provide you with strategies and practice materials to improve your analytical and logical reasoning skills. You’ll learn how to evaluate arguments, identify assumptions, and spot flaws in reasoning.
The LNAT includes passages of complex texts that test your ability to understand and analyze written material. CLC’s course will help you develop efficient reading strategies, enhance your comprehension skills, and teach you how to extract relevant information from dense passages.
The LNAT requires you to write an essay on a given topic within a time limit. CLC’s course will guide you through the process of structuring your essay, developing strong arguments, and expressing your ideas clearly and coherently. You’ll receive feedback on your writing and learn techniques to improve your essay composition.
Time management is crucial in the LNAT since you have a limited amount of time to complete the test. CLC’s course will provide you with timed practice exercises and tips on how to effectively manage your time during the exam. You’ll learn to allocate your time wisely across different sections and develop strategies for answering questions efficiently.
CLC’s course will offer a wide range of practice questions and mock exams that simulate the LNAT format. Regular practice will help familiarize you with the test structure, increase your confidence, and improve your performance on the actual exam.