Do I need to sit the test?

You need to take the LNAT during the September 2023 to January 2024 test cycle if you are applying for 2024 entry (or deferred entry in 2025) to any of the following UK undergraduate law programmes (listed by university and UCAS code). You must also read the information about deadline dates for the universities.

As well as taking the LNAT, you need to apply for your chosen programmes in the normal way. Sitting the LNAT does not constitute an application to any universities.

The LNAT must be taken by all applicants (UK, EU and overseas) to undergraduate law programmes at

University of Bristol logo Course codes M100, MR11, MR12 and MR13
Course code M100
University of Durham logo Course codes M101, M102
University of Glasgow logo Course codes M114, M1R7, M1R1, M121, M1R2, M122, M1R3, M1M9, M1RR, M1R4, M123,  MN11, MN12, MV13, ML11, MQ13, MQ15, ML17, MV11, MV15, ML12, MR17, M100, M9R1, M9R2, M9R3, M9R4, MN19, ML13, M1L1, MQ93, MQ95, MV91, MV95, ML92
Kings College London logo Course codes LM21, M100, M121, M122, M190, M123
London School of Economics logo Course code M100
Oxford University logo Course codes M100, M190, M191, M192, M193, M194
SOAS logo Course codes M100 LLB and all other combinations including Law. M102 LLB Senior Status does not require the LNAT
UCL Logo Course codes M100, M101, M102, M141, M142, M144, M145, M146

Non-UK Universities

The following non-UK universities also rely on the LNAT under certain conditions. Please check with the universities directly for details.

Singapore University of Social Sciences logo
IEU logo choice of tests applies