Passing the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)

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Learning Matters, Jun 13, 2008 - Law - 128 pages
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The LNAT entrance exam is now a requirement at many leading UK universities. This fully revised and up to date guide provides an in-depth understanding of both Parts A and B of the test. The rationale and use of critical reasoning tests is explained, including the style and format of the multiple-choice questions used. A practice test is provided which follows the LNAT approach, together with explanations of both the correct and incorrect answers.

This edition contains new questions and answers and a new section on applying to university to read law.


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About the author (2008)

Rosalie Hutton BSc, MSc, MCIPD, is an Occupational Psychologist who has specialised in the field of assessment and testing for 25 years. As CEO of her own company, Rosalie has designed and published a range of psychological assessment measures and is the co-author of a number of assessment books on multiple-choice questions.

Glenn Hutton BA, MPhil, FCIPD, is a consultant to organisations concerned with recruitment and selection by way of assessment or examination. Previously a Police Superintendent and Head of the National Police Training Examinations and Assessment Unit, he co-authors books on criminal law and assessment.

Fraser Sampson LLB, LLM, MBA, is the Chief Executive of the West Yorkshire Police Authority. He was formerly a solicitor in the Employment Group at Walker Morris, before which he was head of the National Police Training Examinations and Assessment Unit. He has written several books on criminal law and is a highly respected authority on police law.

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