The BMAT results are important for all applicant’s looking to study medicine at Oxbridge and non-Oxbridge Universities. The test itself can be quite tough which is why it’s important that your child is given the guidance and support needed to ensure they feel confident when they enter the exam room.
The Oxford history interview is not a test to see how many facts and figures you know, or even how much history you have learnt. This stage is about getting to see how well you can speak about a subject. It’s a test-drive to see whether you would be a strong tutorial partner and how passionate you are about your subject.
Medicine at the University of Oxford has a prestigious reputation and is known for the immense intellectual rigor of its course. The decision to apply for Oxford medicine should be influenced most importantly by whether the course structure and teaching style suit you.
For applicants hoping to study a Humanities subject, as reading academic material will form the basis of your degree, it is important that you look at a list of recommended Oxbridge interview reading material for topics that may arise. Getting your reading technique in order before an Oxbridge interview is a great advantage.