7 thoughts on “How to Ace Your Law Admissions Test for UNSW

  1. Hi, I really want to become a lawyer!
    Can you please recommend subjects for me to pick for in Year 11 and 12 (I am currently in year 10)
    At the moment I am considering the following subjects:
    1. 3 Unit Maths
    2. Advanced English (I was told to do 3 unit by my teacher but I enjoy maths a bit more)
    3. Legal Studies
    4. Language through Saturday School
    5. Chemistry ( should I do economics or biology instead)
    6. Physics (should I do a different science or a completely different subject, I am just concerned about the workload)

    Currently, in year 10 I am averaging above 90% for every subject. Can you please give me some advice about my subject choices. Have I set myself up for too much work by picking 13 units and Do you think that I should change some of my subjects?

    I look forward to hearing from you 🙂

  2. hey!
    so as you mentioned the second section is where there's more freedom to express yourself, but what do you think you think as you said can distinguish you as an exceptional candidate from the others? any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks!!

  3. Hi,
    I have two questions!
    1. Although there is no word limit given, approximately how much should one be writing in these responses?
    2. For Section 1, if one was to split the response into persuasion and validity, should I refer to all of the different arguments raised in the article/letter in that paragraph – for example if I am discussing the persuasiveness of an article looking at whether weed should be legalised in Australia and the article has 3 main points, should I address all three of those points in my persuasion paragraph or would it be better to split it up into small paragraphs or arguments?

    Thank you!

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