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How can I prepare for the LNAT?

Different people choose different ways to tackle the LNAT preparation. Ultimately you need to improve your comphrension skills and vocabularly in order to achieve a good score on the LNAT.

I recommend reading widely, newspapers are great for this, but you can also use online articles. Even if you just read one article every day. As you read a new article, read it through once, and then go through and ask yourself what the main argument of the article is and how they got there. This will help to improve your comprehension skills. 

Practice tests are avaliable online and these should definitely be used. These help you to know the layout of the test and what to expect on the day. There is also the oportunity to go through the test online and they give detailed explainations of how the correct answers are achieved. 

There are also books which you can purchase, which contain more practice tests. These are not necessarily the same standard as the LNAT test however, and sometimes they can be a lot harder or a lot easier than the actual test. Therefore i'd recommend reading the reviews of these online. 

Additionally you could also use the LSAT practice papers as there are much more of these online than the LNAT. They are slightly different as they are the American version, however they can still help to improve your comprehension skills.

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