U.K. Standardized Tests We Support:
NATIONAL ADMISSIONS TEST FOR LAW (LNAT)
The LNAT exam is used by some top UK universities to help them identify exceptional candidates for their undergraduate law courses. It is a two-part computerized test: 42 multiple choice questions based on passages of text and a 40-minute essay.
The test doesn’t test your knowledge of law or any other subject. Instead, it helps universities assess your aptitude for the skills required to study law.
The multiple-choice score is your raw score out of 42 and commonly referred to the LNAT score, Your essay is submitted directly to your prospective university choices via UCAS, and is graded by each admissions team according to their own criteria.
THE THINKING SKILLS AND ASSESSMENT (TSA)
The TSA is an exam that tests skills that are essential for success in higher education, but which school-based exams don’t cover specifically – skills like critical thinking and problem solving. Specifically, students are tested on their ability to think through problems and arguments, critically and logically. It is used for entry to Oxford, Cambridge, UCL and Leiden.
Please note that different universities and programs may require different versions of the TSA
The core TSA consists of two sections: A problem solving and critical thinking section (90 minutes) with 50 multiple choice questions and a writing task (30 minutes). Candidates' scores will be sent directly to their university via their UCAS.