Are you curious to see what it’s like to study Natural Sciences at Cambridge? In this series we ask current and past students to share what life is like studying at their universities. Leah gives us an insight into reading Natural Sciences at Cambridge.
The 2020 BMAT call faced many technical problems due to the change in format from previous years. We surveyed more than 900 students, of which more than 96% took the exam online at the test centres, and only a few took the exam in its traditional paper format.
The BMAT 2020 results have finally been published by Cambridge Admissions Assessment. The BMAT is an admissions test required to apply to certain medical schools in the UK, such as Cambridge, Oxford and Imperial. The BMAT 2020 results have been released and, in this article, we will review the BMAT 2020 scores for Section 1, Section 2 and Section 3.
How will admission tests be conducted online/computer-based in 2020? Due to the continued impact of COVID-19, many admission tests will be conducted online/computer-based instead of their normal paper-based format. Many students are wondering how exactly this computerised format will work, whether they will have to carry their own laptop, what the system will be like and much more.
For prospective engineering students at Oxford University, here’s what a day in the life of an engineering student looks like, written by Matthew, who has just finished his final year of engineering studies at Oxford and is spending the last few years of his life at University College. In his own words: