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Preparing for entry to the PPE. The PPE is a very demanding course offered by only about 30 universities in the UK. The admissions process for the course is equally demanding, but will vary depending on which university you apply to. Therefore, you should be aware of the whole process and give yourself the best chance of getting in.
Are you interested in economics, wondering which degrees require the TSA or curious about what the ECAA means? We explain the two entrance exams, which universities require it and which degrees require the specific test. You will learn that Cambridge is not just about taking the ECAA and that the TSA is not just an entrance test for Oxford.
What is PPE? Due to the extensive topics you will cover during the course, studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) can lead to various careers paths. And although it is commonly associated with politics, prospects go beyond that. The course is usually offered on a flexible basis which means you will be able to choose which topics you’d prefer to focus on.
The Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) course is a well-rounded course that will allow you to study three different subjects at the same time. It is commonly associated with politics. In fact, many universities will have a quite flexible approach to PPE, and you’ll find yourself being able to choose how much attention you dedicate to each subject.
What is a PPE course? Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) is an ambitious and quite popular course offered by only a few universities in the UK. To study PPE is to become aware of all social, economic, political and philosophical factors. In this article are the important points to remember before applying for PPE. You have the questions, we have the answers.
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.
Preparing for the TSA is a big task, especially because of the number of skills you have to practise. The Thinking Skills Assessment – the TSA – is an aptitude test for admission to certain courses at certain universities in the UK. The assessment tests a range of skills, such as problem-solving skills and how to interpret data.
The TSA (Thinking Skills Assessment) is a test that Oxford University requires of applicants applying for certain courses.
These courses vary widely and include some of the University’s most competitive courses, such as Economics and Management, PPE and Philosophy. So why exactly do applicants have to take the TSA?