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Start dates (do not sit the LNAT before the summer holiday as your result will not be carried forward):
UCAS registration already open
LNAT registration begins 1 August 2011
LNAT test sittings from 1 September 2011
UCAS applications can be submitted from mid-September 2011

Deadlines if you are applying to Oxford (Oxford will not consider later applications):
Register and book an LNAT test slot by 5 October 2011
Submit UCAS form by 15 October 2011
Sit the LNAT by 20 October 2011 at the very latest

Deadlines for applications to other LNAT universities if you want to guarantee that your application will be considered:
Register and book an LNAT test slot by 15 January 2012
Submit UCAS form by 15 January 2012
Sit the LNAT by 20 January 2012 (the deadline for King’s College London is 15th January 2012)

Making late applications to other LNAT universities (often applies to international applicants only - please check with universities):
Register and book and LNAT test slot by 25 June 2012
Submit UCAS form between 16 January and 30 June 2012
Sit the LNAT by 30 June 2012

Requirement on Test day

Upon arrival at the test centre, should give the check-in agent at the centre reception BOTH of the following:

· a    printout of your confirmation email from Pearson VUE

· one piece of photographic identification

Accepted forms of photographic identification

  • A current signed passport (an unsigned passport will be acceptable only if it is of a biometric type that does not allow for a signature)
  • A current signed photocard driving licence (full or provisional)
  • A current identity card, issued by the government of the country where the test centre is located, that carries your photograph and signature (but if your card is a UK Home Office ID card, please note that special arrangements apply.  See note below

Candidates with UK Home Office ID Cards

If at all possible you should present a valid passport. If the only form of ID you have is a Home Office ID Card please contact the LNAT Administrator at least two weeks before your test so that we can make arrangements for your card to be accepted by the test centre.

If you present your Home Office ID Card without having first notified the LNAT Administrator the Test Centre will not be able to admit you and you will have to rebook your test at your own expense. If you have any queries or are not sure what you should do contact the LNAT Administrator as soon as possible.

Alternative form of proof of identity (United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand test centres only)

If you do not hold any of the identity documents listed above, you can bring an official letter from your school or college, signed by the head teacher or deputy.

This should have a passport-sized photo of you glued to it and should also show your signature. The school's or college's official rubber stamp should be applied to the letter in such a way as to overlap both the photograph and the signature.

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