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bundahboy

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Free Law Admissions Test Guide - Written by 100th percentile
« on: September 06, 2018, 08:47:02 pm »
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Hi guys,

After fielding a number of queries about the UNSW LAT, it's come to my attention that there are very few resources that can be used to prepare for it. Having scored in the 100th percentile when I took the test in Year 11 (the highest mark that year), I like to think that I've in some way 'cracked' the LAT. I've hence compiled my insights into a (hopefully) comprehensive guide which covers the theory behind the test, exam technique, and worked examples.

I've attached the guide to this post as a PDF. I encourage you to copy and share it provided that you properly attribute its source.

I'd love to know whether people find the guide useful or not so feel free to let me know of any feedback, comments, etc.
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Re: Free Law Admissions Test Guide - Written by 100th percentile
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2018, 09:20:17 pm »
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Honestly has to be one of the best resources ever shared on our site - Thank you so much bundahboy! ;D

You should upload this to the Notes section (or I can do it for you if you prefer?), attachments on posts tend to disappear after a year or so, and this guide deserves to be available for years and years to come ;D

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Re: Free Law Admissions Test Guide - Written by 100th percentile
« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2018, 10:02:44 pm »
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Thanks for the suggestion Jamon; it's just been put up there!

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Re: Free Law Admissions Test Guide - Written by 100th percentile
« Reply #3 on: September 06, 2018, 10:25:12 pm »
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Thanks for the suggestion Jamon; it's just been put up there!

Absolute legend ;D

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Re: Free Law Admissions Test Guide - Written by 100th percentile
« Reply #4 on: September 07, 2018, 06:46:21 am »
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AHHHH THIS IS AMAZING!!

Thanks so much, definitely will help when I sit the test soon!!
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Re: Free Law Admissions Test Guide - Written by 100th percentile
« Reply #5 on: September 07, 2018, 09:44:56 am »
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Amazing!

Fantastic work - thanks for sharing this. :)

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Re: Free Law Admissions Test Guide - Written by 100th percentile
« Reply #6 on: May 10, 2022, 09:53:35 am »
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Hi guys,

After fielding a number of queries about the UNSW LAT, it's come to my attention that there are very few resources that can be used to prepare for it. Having scored in the 100th percentile when I took the test in Year 11 (the highest mark that year), I like to think that I've in some way 'cracked' the LAT. I've hence compiled my insights into a (hopefully) comprehensive guide which covers the theory behind the test, exam technique, and worked examples.

I've attached the guide to this post as a PDF. I encourage you to copy and share it provided that you properly attribute its source.

I'd love to know whether people find the guide useful or not so feel free to let me know of any feedback, comments, etc.