ENGAA Preparation Courses
If you are thinking of applying to Engineering at Cambridge, it is essential you know about the ENGAA.
The ENGAA assess your ability in Mathematics and Physics, which play a vital role in your Engineering course therefore, Cambridge needs to be able to assess your ability to manage the subjects. It would be ill-advised to enter this Admissions Test without first undertaking a large amount of preparation.
That is where we come in. At UniAdmissions, we teach you the fundamental knowledge and skills that will help you to pass the ENGAA through one-to-one tuition, intensive courses and much more. With expert tutors, who all scored in the top 10% of the ENGAA, you will be able to get personal support that with triple your chances of success. Discover our Programmes below to learn more about how UniAdmissions can help you.
What is the ENGAA?
The Engineering Admissions Assessment determines your potential to achieve in an academically demanding undergraduate degree course. Questions draw upon your ability to use and apply scientific and mathematical knowledge.
The ENGAA is split into two sections, with calculators not permitted.
Section 1 - A 60-minute assessment consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions. This section is in two parts:
Section 2 - A 60-minute assessment consisting of 20 multiple-choice questions assessing Advanced Physics.
How To Prepare for the ENGAA
As with any exam you have ever taken, practice is vital for the ENGAA.
Your preparation should revolve around your Maths and Physics ability and knowledge, which should be backed up by referring to the ENGAA syllabus to see if there are any topics you are unfamiliar with. You can also practice with ENGAA past papers which are freely available.
The ENGAA requires a different style of preparation to succeed, that is where UniAdmissions come in. We offer a variety of Programmes designed to suit different students to boost your ENGAA score rapidly.
You can boost your ENGAA score by working with an expert tutor here at UniAdmissions, guiding you through the process and offering experienced insight into the ENGAA.
What ENGAA Preparation Programme Is Best For Me?
Our Complete Oxbridge Engineering Preparation Programme
Applying for Cambridge Engineering is highly competitive and not a simple process. This is where our Oxbridge Engineering Premium Programme comes into play and helps you to triple your chances of being accepted.
Alongside the ENGAA preparation, we teach you how to write the perfect Personal Statement to make a lasting impression on the Admissions Tutors and also offer guidance on how to ace your Interview. You will have over 180 hours of study comprised of expert one-to-one sessions, intensive courses, enrichment seminars and comprehensive materials.
Most students choose this Programme as it covers everything required for a strong Engineering application.
Our ENGAA Specific Preparation Programme
The ENGAA is an essential component of the Cambridge Engineering application, and scoring highly can mean the difference between an offer or rejection.
Our ENGAA Preparation Programme is designed for applicants who are confident with the other aspects of the application but feel you would benefit from some guidance with the ENGAA.
Our fully comprehensive Programme provides over 95 hours of study, with one-to-one tuition from our expert tutors. You will also participate in our Intensive Courses and have access to online revision support.
If you are only looking for support with the ENGAA, this is the Programme for you.
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All tutors are either current senior students, recent graduates or from a professional background that have taken the ENGAA and scored in the top 10% in their admissions cycle. Our selection process ensures only the best tutors work for us, in roles most suited to their skill-sets. You can read more about our tutors here.
We work with a limited number of students each year to ensure we can provide the best support suited for their particular needs.
Our Programmes have a structured syllabus, however, we tweak elements of the syllabus so the student is able to gain the most out of our support.
First and foremost, we assess whether the potential student has the right academic capabilities and profile to be realistically accepted to study at Cambridge
Secondly, we assess whether the student is capable and willing to put in the time required to create a strong application for Cambridge.
Finally, we assess the student’s attitude and reasoning behind applying for Engineering at Cambridge. This is one of our most important considerations.
If a student has below-average (but still realistic) grades, but the correct attitude, we would consider accepting them onto our Programme. Unfortunately, if the converse is that case, it’s unlikely the student would be accepted onto the Programme. Admissions Tutors look for passion, not just academic potential.
We do have ideal start times at points throughout the year, however, the syllabus can be adapted to suit your particular start time if you are accepted onto the Programme. Our Admissions Consultants can help you understand the Programme timeline in your specific case – all you need to do is ask.
You can prepare for the ENGAA as you would with any exam – with a lot of practice and revision. We have a variety of articles available for you to read through on our website.
You’ll get access to all of our online ENGAA resources, such as online lectures, and paperback books packed with powerful strategies and techniques to help you prepare, improve and boost your score. You will also receive ENGAA mock papers to put your learning to the test.
Yes, we have a lot of valuable information about how to prepare and score highly on the ENGAA on our website. You can take a look at the articles on this page by clicking here.
The Programme Portal is where you will find all of the support and resources for your Programme.
You can think of the Portal as the hub of all the materials included within your Programme. If you are ever looking for a relevant book, an online course, course dates or anything along those lines, the Portal is very likely to be your answer.
You can also use the Portal to get in touch with our team at any point.