Which Admissions Test Do I Take?

There are many university entrance tests. Admissions Tests determine a candidate’s potential for an academically demanding course. The tests challenge applicants and allow admissions tutors to differentiate between able applicants and those with the highest grades in school exams. We have compiled a list of Oxbridge and Medicine undergraduate admissions tests. Find the best one for you!

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ECAA or TSA, Which Should I Take?

Are you interested in economics, wondering which degrees require the TSA or curious about what the ECAA means? We explain the two entrance exams, which universities require it and which degrees require the specific test. You will learn that Cambridge is not just about taking the ECAA and that the TSA is not just an entrance test for Oxford.

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How To Find Work Experience

Your opportunity to learn more about the field you want to work in, study and research. Finding work experience is not difficult, making sure it is relevant and useful is much harder. We explain how to find beneficial work experience that will wow the University Admissions Team (and your future employers).

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The PPE Guide: Philosophy

What is PPE? Due to the extensive topics you will cover during the course, studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) can lead to various careers paths. And although it is commonly associated with politics, prospects go beyond that. The course is usually offered on a flexible basis which means you will be able to choose which topics you’d prefer to focus on.

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What Is Land Economy at Cambridge?

What is Land Economy at Cambridge? Land Economy is a challenging course offered by the University of Cambridge. The course is commonly underestimated and too often compared to “normal” economics, a topic we will go into more detail in the next section. We will give you all the information you need about Land Economy.

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