Top 10 Toughest Exams In The World

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Have you ever wondered what the toughest exams in the world are all about, and perhaps how tough they are? Aside from the tests that life will force you to go through, the pursuit of scholarly excellence will also continuously have you doing exams that are designed to gauge your progress.

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  1. LNAT (National Admission Test for Law)

Of course, a law test had to make this list. It is a standard test that is used by top law universities in the UK. It was created in 2004 and is used to determine whether applicants have what it takes to join the school that they have applied to join. The robust nature of this test makes it ideal as a cutline that is used by universities to secure the top talent or to. The test is designed to test the applicant’s reasoning skills, and students have 135 minutes to complete the test.

National Admission Test for Law

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