This course will prepare you for the Physics Aptitude Test (PAT). A good understanding of AS physics and mathematics content will be assumed. Over the 5 lessons, all aspects of the PAT syllabus will be covered.
This course will prepare you for the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) and Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT). Over the five lessons, we will cover the sections focussing on techniques with which to approach the questions.
This course helps to prepare you for the Geography Admissions Assessment (GAA). It assumes that students have completed AS Geography or equivalent, and should be undertaken in conjunction with wider reading into current Geographical debates. The five lessons will cover all aspects of the GAA.
This course leads you through the process of writing a personal statement. It begins with a discussion of your course selection, before considering how to put together an intelligent, precise personal statement.
This course will help you understand the scientific methods described in a piece of technical writing as well as identify the scientific question being explored and the method chosen for solving the problem.
This course will look at how papers are written in STEM subjects. As STEM utilises a range of ways to present ideas, this course will prepare many different types of writing that are expected from a student.
This course, designed by an academic tutor at Oxford develops your critical thinking in your writing and ensures you have a strong understanding of how to write a concise and critical university-level essay.
Politics and business increasingly focus on individual leaders. Is this irrational or do the world’s problems need philosopher kings? We ask academics to debate which disciplines produce the best leaders and discuss why leadership is now so significant.
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