The Oxford Physics Aptitude Test (PAT) for Materials Science is a big part of your application, along with your interview and personal statement. Here are 4 tips based on my experience of the PAT for Materials Science at Oxford.
Many students find writing their personal statement the most daunting, challenging part of the process. So, to help you, here is my own personal statement, which helped get me a place studying Maths and Philosophy.
What are the top 6 things tutors are looking for in candidates during Oxford Geography interviews? Find out what you can do to make sure you’re a top candidate.
Are you thinking about choosing Oxford colleges? Although I have just spent a single term here at Somerville College Oxford, I have to let you know that this is really an amazing place! Let me start with these 6 things…
From a bouncy young polymer of a Fresher to a hardened composite of a 4th-year – a look back on the journey of an Oxford Materials Science student.
Oxford Maths and Computer Science — what is it about? A first year answers some common questions about the subject.
The first year of the Oxford Biomedical Sciences course is very busy, very fun, and definitely a big jump up from A levels. I answer 6 questions I’m sure you’ve been dying to ask.
Oxford PPE is a very well-known degree, but what’s studying it in first year at Oxford actually like?
At Oxford, you won’t have model answers, explicit specifications, and clear mark schemes – and for a reason! But once you understand this, you’ll begin writing fantastic Oxford PPE essays in no time.
The Oxford Medicine degree means lectures, practicals, beautiful libraries, and of course, tutorials. How do these elements all fit together in a typical day for an Oxford medic?