Oxbridge Interview Questions are designed to be incredibly challenging. In this article, we help you answer one of the hardest Oxbridge Interview questions that will be asked: ‘Why are you applying to Oxbridge?’
For many students, the world-famous environment of the University of Cambridge is the place par excellence to study Natural Sciences.
Competition for a place at Cambridge is fierce and many applicants have over 90% UMS in all their A-levels. But how does the Physics section of the NSAA prepare?
A lot of people have questions about the BMAT, in particular the science section, regarding what you need to know and study. One of the 3 sections of the BMAT is a half-an-hour GCSE science question section, with some of the questions being Physics questions.
The first human genome sequence was completed in 2001. Since then, whole genome sequencing has been used as an important tool in scientific research. What does the availability of this information mean for our society?
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….
Before you can fret about not being fluent, there are steps to go through! Before you can worry about not knowing what the declension of the third person plural polite of such and such a verb in the subjective, you’ll first have to sit the MLAT and go through the interview process.
The questions in Section 2 of the NSAA are designed to test you, taking you out of your comfort zone. In addition to the basic knowledge required for Section 1, in NSAA Section 2 you will need to apply basic scientific principles in unfamiliar contexts. All questions in NSAA Section 2 require you to have knowledge of Section 1A Mathematics.
You have 60 minutes to answer 40 questions. Because of this, Section 1 is the most time-pressured section of the NSAA. This section can test GCSE biology, chemistry, physics and maths. The questions can be quite difficult and it’s easy to get bogged down. However, it’s possible to rapidly improve if you prepare correctly.
Is your Law Interview just around the corner? Read through our essential final checklist to ensure you feel ready and prepared for your Law Interview.
You may be asked a legal problem question in both an interview and an entrance examination. In an interview, you may be given the problem question to read and prepare before the interview and discuss it at the interview.
You’ve probably seen one or two surgical specialties during your internship and heard about many on TV and in the movies. However, because of their often cryptic names, you may not know exactly what they do. Here is a quick guide to the main surgical specialties and the most common operations they perform.
It may seem far away at the moment, but in the interview, most medical schools like to see that you understand the career path beyond medical school. This post will give you a succinct and generalised structure of medical training, which will be more than enough to get you through an interview question at this stage of your studies.
Reparing for the unknown: Oxbridge Interviews (English). When Harry Potter and his friends realise that dark and dangerous times are coming, they organise a group – Dumbledore’s Army – where they can practice defensive magic to prepare for battle. However, as Hermione reminds Hermione, the most important advice Harry offers the DA is that no amount of rote learning can protect you from the unexpected.
The Oxford Medicine Interview is notoriously challenging. Here are the basics you need to know and some top tips to help you perform well and impress the Oxford interviewers.
When preparing for Oxbridge Interviews, practising to construct arguments is key. In this guide, we take you through four steps to create a solid oral argument.