Guys the LNAT is not as hard as everyone says, all that you require is three skills. >Critically think
>Analyse given information and pick out the correct one
> Present your views in a manner in which you give justice to both sides. And also it is very important to practice lots of past papers for which there is no specific book that you should buy, you can buy any book you want and the best and free thing to do is to read the comment section of a good quality newspaper and try to understand how the writer is giving justice to both views.


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