Example entry requirements



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Example entry requirements

  • Law: AAA + LNAT (multiple choice + essay)
  • Economics: AAA-ABB inc. Maths
  • Acc. & Finance: AAA-ABB inc. Maths
  • Politics: AAA-ABB

Example entry requirements

  • Geography: AAA-ABB
  • Sociology: BBB
  • History: AAA-AAB
  • English: AAA inc. English Lit
  • Philosophy: AAA-ABB

Law degree options

  • The School of Law offers:
      • LLB Law (M100)
          • LLB European Legal Studies
          • LLB Law with Study Abroad
      • LLB Law and French (MR11)
      • LLB Law and German (MR12)
      • LLB Law with Chemistry (M1F1)

The Admissions Process (Law)

    • > 2,000 home applications
    • 145 places
    • Majority of applicants have excellent profiles
    • Typical offer AAA
    • LNAT plays important role and makes process fairer

The National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)

    • Run by a consortium of UK universities in partnership with Pearson VUE
    • Must be taken by all candidates applying to an undergraduate law programme at one or more of the participating institutions
    • Designed to provide an assessment of a candidate’s potential for law degree courses

The National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)

  • Two sections:
    • Multiple choice
        • 80 minutes
        • assesses ability to read, understand, analyse and make logical deductions from passages of text
        • 30 questions
    • Essay
        • 40 minutes
        • assesses ability to construct reasoned arguments

The LNAT How and Where?

    • Test centres all over the world
    • Register and book on line
    • Choose time and place of your test
    • Before or after submitting UCAS form
    • Sit LNAT by 20 January, or by 30 June for late applicants (mature and overseas only)

Assessing Applicants (Home)

  • A levels (or equivalent)
  • three best A levels
  • achieved or predicted
  • 0 – 80
  • A,A,A = 80 points A, A, A/B = 75 points
  • A,A,B = 70 points A, B, B = 60 points
  • GCSE results
  • maximum of eight best results
  • 0 – 40
  • A* = 5 points, A = 4 points, B = 3 points,
  • C = 2 points and D = 1 point
  • LNAT Score
  • Individualised Factors
  • 0 - 30

Assessing Applicants (Mature)

    • No fixed academic requirements
    • Evidence of recent study expected
    • Work/life experiences taken into account
    • All mature applicants are to sit the LNAT
    • Suitable mature applicants invited for interview
    • Offers vary

More information

  • LNAT www.lnat.ac.uk
  • UCAS www.ucas.ac.uk
  • School of Law www.bris.ac.uk/law
  • Enquiries law-ug-admissions@bristol.ac.uk



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