What are the rules of engagement for Oxbridge interviews, or any interview in fact? Speaking to Michael Rosen this afternoon on BBC Radio 4, our Executive Director, Rachel Spedding, talks about interviews at Oxbridge. Why do Oxford and Cambridge interview? Why do they interview while other top universities don’t? And what exactly are they looking for in successful applicants? Surely, all universities want the best and brightest applicants? Perhaps it’s something to do with the way that they teach and how undergraduates learn at those two universities. With competition for places at an all-time high and the interview, (as our latest research reveals), still proving to be the most challenging part of the application process, Rachel talks to Michael on how understanding what tutors are looking for in that all-important Oxbridge interview, helps applicants to successfully prepare, so that they give the interview their best shot, which is all anyone can ask.
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