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Students are eligible to sit for the LNAT if they are preparing to start their undergraduate education and interested in taking up admission at a select list of universities which are part of LNAT in the coming year, or two years before, if taking deferred admission.
Applications for these institutions must be made in the ordinary course of applying; appearing for the LNAT does not constitute an automatic admission confirmation.

The LNAT Test includes two parts and lasts for two hours and 15 minutes. It has a reading part consisting of several reading passages and multiple choice questions.

The student is given a 95 minute time limit to complete the reading and multiple choice part of the LNAT examination.

The reading part of the LNAT tests the student's ability to understand, analyse and interpret information. The LNAT reading test also assesses the student's inductive, deductive, logical thinking and reasoning skills.


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