Our top consultants have put together a range of materials for your bookshelf.
The new seventh edition of our compendium of applying to Oxford and Cambridge is now available. Written and edited by our team of Oxbridge graduates, it is packed with up-to-date information, interview questions, answers and advice to help you choose your course and college, write your personal statement, perfect your admissions test technique and prepare for the all-important interview.
350+ real past interview questions
Course and college profiles
Oxbridge personal statement guide
Advice on submitting written work
Admissions Test practice questions
Interview preparation tips
Guidance on written work
Our practical guide to tackling the Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) for both Oxford and Cambridge was written by Minesh Tanna, one of our tutors based in Dubai, and an expert on the exam, having tutored students in it for years. The Thinking Skills Assessment is an admissions test that now plays a crucial role in the application process, helping to determine whether Oxford applicants are invited to interview and whether Cambridge applicants receive an offer. The test is now required for applications to a whole host of subjects, including PPE, Geography, Economics and Management, Experimental Psychology and more.
Minesh Tanna read Law with Law Studies in Europe at Worcester College, Oxford where he graduated with first class honours. Minesh has mentored students in the critical thinking skills required for Law university applications and the Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) at Oxford and Cambridge. He has led seminars and written numerous exercises, designed to support students in their preparation for tests and interviews. The aim of this book is to make the Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) more accessible to applicants.
Thinking about applying to study Medicine or medical science, but not sure where to start? Perhaps you are wondering: ‘Is Medicine for me?’ Or are you resolved to be a doctor, but unsure how to approach the preparation you will need to make a successful application to medical school? Direct access to our in-house medical application experts. We are passionate about providing personal support for every applicant who needs it. Ordering the book also gives you direct access to our in-house medical application experts, who can answer your questions over the phone or by email.
The book covers various topics about applying to Medical School, including what different courses universities offer, and the different teaching styles available, a guide to writing a medical personal statement, advice on the various Admissions Tests you may need to sit and how to improve your scores, interview questions that may arise, and much, much more.
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