EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NEW CAMBRIDGE PRE-INTERVIEW TEST. As well as high A Level or IB qualifications, most Cambridge University courses also require you to sit a pre-interview test. 2019 brings a change to some pre-interview tests – so if you’re applying for an Arts or Humanities degree, there’s a new test on the block.
What are the Medical School Rankings for 2021?
With so many different organisations putting together lists on which medical school is the best in the country, how do you know which ones to look at and believe? We’ve put together a short guide to the rankings and the things to take into consideration when making your application.
TSA Oxford – What is it and what do you need to know? As we have discussed in other articles, the Thinking Skills Assessment is an admissions test that many Oxbridge candidates sit as a prerequisite for interviews. We describe the format of the test, who should take it and why it is an important part of the Oxford admissions process.
There’s a lot of info flying around about what exactly to include in a history personal statement. Unfortunately the reality is by your final draft you will have cut out a LOT of your initial thoughts. So, to streamline the process, here’s a short breakdown of what should be in there, and what you can feasibly cut out when the time comes.
The Oxford History Aptitude Test may seem daunting at first? But there are certain steps you can take to prepare yourself and be ready to take it in November. The History Aptitude Test (HAT) is one of the key elements of the Oxford application process, and is particularly important for selecting candidates.
My own humanities interview at Cambridge was a tense and uncomfortable experience. I remember halfway through my humanities interview at Cambridge I realised that I kept fidgeting with sweaty hands, and I sat on them to stop it. I came out thinking I had wasted my golden opportunity, and then I was ecstatic….
Read the blog that will give you the tools to achieve the perfect interview!
Opening a newspaper is a great way to prepare for any Oxbridge interview: fact. But for historians, current affairs are often seen as an unnecessary side-line to the real sources. Here’s how current affairs can actually increase your chances of gaining a place reading History at Oxbridge.
If you are worried about your history interview read this blog. Here are some tips about the main bits of the interview that most people get stressed about.
Are you applying to read History at Oxford University? Take a look at these top 3 tips for doing well in your History Aptitude Test (HAT).