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5 Common Cambridge Myths Answered

It’s debunking time. We explain the Cambridge myths and whether they are true or false. In this article, a former Cambridge student unpicks some common Cambridge myths and misconceptions and answers those burning questions you’ve all been asking about your Cambridge application. CAMBRIDGE MYTHS – No. 1: You should pick your college based on the…

Oxford Application Preparation: Is Oxford for me?

Oxford Application Preparation: Is Oxford for me? Oxford application preparation is extremely demanding and takes place over a long period of time. For some students, they begin preparing because they feel as though they should. Others might believe that it is expected of them. Most would go into Oxford preparations without even properly looking into…

A Parent’s Guide to the BMAT

What do your child’s BMAT results mean? 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…

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What should I read before an Oxbridge interview?

For applicants hoping to study a Humanities subject, given that reading academic material will form the basis of your degree, it’s important you look at a list of Oxbridge interview recommended reading material for topics that might come up. Getting your reading technique sorted before an Oxbridge interview is a really great advantage. Starting with…

What A-levels do you need to study medicine?

What A-levels do you need to study medicine? There can be a great deal of confusion when it comes down to the medicine A level entry requirements. It might be a daunting prospect having to choose subjects that could guide your future career. Fortunately, most medical schools have clear information on what they require, so…