This course, taught online individually in 1-1 sessions, will help to prepare you for the 2017 pre-interview Economics Admissions Assessment for application to the University of Cambridge (the ECAA). The ECAA is designed to test your potential for what will be an academically demanding undergraduate course.
This course, taught online individually in 1-1 sessions, will help to prepare you for the Law National Admissions Test (LNAT). The LNAT consists of 2 sections focusing on verbal reasoning, critical reasoning, deductive and inductive reasoning, interpretation and analysis.
This course, taught online in small groups, 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, taught online in small groups, focuses on the Natural Sciences Admission Assessment (NSAA). In order to do well in this exam, it is important that students have a good knowledge of AS Maths and two of Biology, Chemistry or Physics.
This course, taught online in small groups, 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.
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.
For this lecture we are considering ‘leadership’. Politics and business increasingly focus on individual leaders. Is this irrational or do the world’s problems need philosopher kings? Why do individuals now seem so significant?
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