LNAT (The Law National Aptitude Test):
LNAT is an admissions test used by many law schools around the UK as part of the UCAS application process. Students interested in applying to LLB, and other qualifying law degrees are generally required to take this test. Keep in mind that Cambridge has its own admissions test, the Cambridge Law Test.
BMAT (The BioMedical Admissions Test):
BMAT is used by a number of medical schools around the UK as part of their application process, including Cambridge, Oxford and Imperial College London. Students interested in studying medicine or the biosciences are required to take this test.
TSA (Thinking Skills Assessment):
TSA is an admissions test for applicants to various undergraduate courses at Oxford, Cambridge, and UCL. Students interested in economics, social science and political studies need to pay close attention as to whether this test is required.
STEP (Sixth Term Examination paper):
STEP is a well-established mathematics examination designed to test candidates on questions that are similar in style to undergraduate mathematics. STEP is used by both Cambridge and the University of Warwick as part of their mathematics application process.
UCAT (The University Clinical Aptitude Test):
UCAT is an admissions test used by a number of UK universities for their medical and dental degree programmes. The UCAT helps universities to select applicants with the most appropriate knowledge, skills, and mental abilities.