### ECAA Section 2 Essay | UniAdmissions Guide

Section 2 of the ECAA is an extended essay responding to an excerpt of text. The best way to guide you through this section is to start with the basics. In this guide, we will outline the basics of Section 2, explain how to structure your essays and leave you with some final useful tips. Without further ado, let’s begin.

### ECAA Section 1B | UniAdmissions Guide

The second part of Section 1 of the ECAA assesses the principles of advanced mathematics. Section 1 (A and B) is a 60-minute section with 40 questions, so students have just over 2 minutes for each question. The questions can be quite difficult and it is easy to get stuck. Here is our guide to Section 1B of the ECAA.

### ECAA Section 1A Guide

Section 1A of the ECAA examines mathematics. Students don’t usually have too much trouble with this section, but that doesn’t make their preparation any less important. We have included some tips on Section 1A and the syllabus to help you get started with your preparation.

### The Complete ECAA Guide | UniAdmissions

If you are looking to study Economics at Cambridge then you’ll need to sit the Economics Admissions Assessment (ECAA). In this article, we will take you through the basics of the ECAA so you have a full understanding of what the test entails. Read on to learn why the test is used, how it is scored and what the assessment actually tests.

### TSA Results

It’s all about the TSA results! The TSA results are the be-all and end-all of this process. They determine whether you are invited to interview along with other factors like your personal statement. Some colleges/courses operate a cut-off, so scoring highly is a must!

### TSA Section 2: The Essay

This section is not a brain dump of academic knowledge! This section is all about your ability to write a structured, logical and reasonable argument. The question will not be subject specific; you will not need any prerequisite knowledge to answer it. However, having residual knowledge about a topic will help!

### TSA Section 1: Problem Solving | UniAdmissions Guide

Problem Solving questions are difficult to prepare for…This is an accepted statement, and one that we do agree with, but we disagree with the naysayers who say it can’t be prepared for! To show you how, here are our top methods for revising and tackling problem-solving questions.

### TSA Section 1: Critical Thinking | UniAdmissions Guide

What does TSA Critical Thinking require? TSA Critical Thinking questions require you to understand the constituents of a good argument and be able to pick them apart. The majority of TSA Critical thinking questions tend to fall into 5 major categories, let’s take a deep dive into each category.

### The Complete TSA Guide | UniAdmissions

What Is The TSA? The Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) is an aptitude test taken by students who are applying to certain courses at Cambridge, Oxford and UCL. Cambridge applicants sit the TSA Cambridge, Oxford applicants sit the TSA Oxford and UCL applicants (surprise, surprise) sit the TSA UCL.

### What’s the link between Economics and Geography?

What does economics have to do with geography? For anyone thinking of studying Geography and Economics at University, or related subjects such as Land Economy, this is a question that will often be asked: isn’t Geography just about maps?