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Undergraduate Study


Most Colleges require applicants for Law to take the Cambridge Law Test, which is designed to provide an assessment of your potential for our Law course. It's used as an additional piece of information alongside your school/college examination results, the other information provided in your application, and your performance at interview when making admissions decisions.

Applicants take the test when they're in Cambridge for interview and are required to answer one question in one hour. (Applicants who are interviewed overseas sit a slightly different version of the test, see the Faculty of Law website for details).

No prior knowledge of law is required or expected. You don't need to register in advance. Your College will contact you about the arrangements and there's no charge associated with taking the Cambridge Law Test.