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Oxford Medicine Interview Perspective

I think being willing to explore ideas, even if they were wrong is important. As long as you have scientific reasoning to explain your ideas then they can see your thought process and see that you can think in a scientific and logical way.

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Course Introduction - Oxford Classics

First of all, it's worth noting that Oxford has the largest Classics department in the world, with excellent libraries and facilities. It's a four-year degree, unusually for a humanities course.

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Oxford Chemistry Interview Perspective

The most difficult questions were those that involved me learning something I didn't already know in the interview. In my Organic interview I was asked why an amino acid has a high boiling point, having never learnt anything about amino acids before. I...

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Acing the LNAT

Here we'll clarify some of the doubts you might have about the LNAT. Is the LNAT essay even graded? Who marks it and what are they looking for? How long does it take to prepare for the LNAT? I'm applying to Oxford, do I need near full marks for the m...

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Studying Classics at Oxford

Studying Classics at Oxford is a highly stimulating, challenging, and enriching experience. A four-year course, Classics offers students the chance to (sometimes literally) dig deep into the classical world, in a wide range of subject areas – languag...

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Oxford Psychology Interview

Q. Can you tip on any 'Must mention' areas in personal statement, e.g. society activity, degree related readings, work experience, academic competitions? A. Its quite general to be honest, a psychology personal statement would usually consist of "Wh...

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Oxford CAT, Written Work and Interview perspective

The admission process involves three steps. After your Personal Statement, you are asked to submit two pieces of written work, which are normally essays written for standard school work, marked by your teacher. More than anything, they are meant to sho...

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MAT tips and advice

The test is formed of 2 parts. The first part is 10 multiple choice questions, each with four possible answers. In these questions, I always found it a good strategy to try to find reasons why a particular option couldn't be the answer, as opposed to p...

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Preparation for Oxbridge Law Interview

Received an invitation for a Law interview? Great! The next step is to do your absolute best preparation to make sure you have the potential to shine. What is recommended then? Firstly, read up very widely and really think hard about all the difficult ...

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