We also consider your AS grades, if available.

Contextual admissions A-level grades**

IB Diploma 
38 points overall, with 766 at higher level

Contextual admissions IB grades**
36 points overall, with 665 at higher level

Additional tests: All applicants must sit the Law National Admissions Test (LNAT). For entry in September 2023 (or deferred entry in September 2024) the LNAT can be taken between 1 September 2022 and 31 December 2022.

You can submit your application to LSE via UCAS either before or after taking the test. However, to ensure that all applications receive fair and equal consideration, it's essential to complete your LNAT test by December 31, 2022. When registering for your LNAT test, please make sure to specify LSE as your chosen institution so that we can promptly access your LNAT scores.

**Read UG Admissions Information to learn more about contextual admissions.

English Language Requirement

If English is not your native language, you will need to possess a valid English language qualification such as IELTS or TOEFL. These English proficiency test results should not be older than two years as of October 1st, which is the starting date for your intended program. The minimum score requirements are as follows: for IELTS, an overall score of 7.0 is necessary, with a minimum of 6.0 in both speaking and writing, and 6.5 in listening and reading. Alternatively, for TOEFL, an overall score of 107 is required, with minimum scores of 23 in reading and listening, 22 in writing, and 20 in speaking. Please note that if your previous degree was conducted in English, you may be exempt from this requirement.

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