STEP Maths Presents our:
‘Cambridge PBSAA’ Preparation Courses 2018
The Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment.

A new, broad, pre-interview exam, testing Abstract Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Biology and Maths Knowledge. All via Multiple Choice Questions.

The BMAT, TSA, MAT, TMUA will be especially helpful for your revision, given that the PBSAA is a very new exam.

Reading Comprehension and Written Tasks also feature.

For Psychological and Behavioural Sciences applicants at Cambridge.

Download FREE Sample Materials and specification for the PBSAA Psychological & Behavioural Sciences Test:

The PBSAA is the Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment for Cambridge University, a Pre-Interview Assessment. As an exam that has only existed for one year, there are few resources available! Here, you can download specimen PBSAA Papers and the specification, which answer the questions:

  • What is PBSAA (Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment)?
  • Why does Cambridge ask for PBSAA (Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment)?
  • How difficult are the PBSAA (Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment) papers?
  • What is the format of the PBSAA (Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment) papers?
  • How should I start preparing for PBSAA (Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment)?
  • What are the PBSAA (Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment) exam conditions?
PBSAA Problem Solving, Maths & Biology Online Subscription Area
A sizeable bank of Video Solutions to Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, and Biology and Maths Practice Questions. Plenty of questions to hone your abilities for all of the Multiple Choice parts of the PBSAA.

Free Trial

– Free 24-hour trial so you can check out the materials and explanations to ensure you find them helpful

Comprehensive Resource

– Our tutors have put in a lot of energy to ensure that we cover as many types of Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Maths, Biology PBSAA question as possible.

Topic Tutorials

– Watch video tutorials to ensure you’re fully happy with the topics that frequently occur in Section 1 of the PBSAA

Broad range of Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Maths, and Biology Questions

– All of our question sets can be attempted as multiple choice exams and come with full video solutions; includes 100+ Problem Solving questions & solutions!

Full Video Solutions

– Each of our original questions is accompanied by a full, explained video solution, showing you any quick tricks that you can reapply

Carefully crafted explanations

– All solutions planned to simplify the most complicated and intricate parts, so you REALLY understand each question


– Work at your own pace, doing as many questions as you like at a time, and focusing on those you find hardest

Early Bird Discounts

– Get access for as long as you want, and start as early as you want – our early bird pricing rewards students who start preparing early, maximising their chances of success

Early Bird Option Pricing for Online PBSAA Subscription:

Subscribe now for £50/month each month (inc. 24hr FREE TRIAL!)

Rises to £55/month if you subscribe from 7th September

Platinum PBSAA Online Bundle

Includes everything from subscription plus an online version of our Maths for PBSAA Course (inc. 24hr FREE TRIAL!)

Total value £477

Yours today from only £249

PBSAA In-Person Courses
We do not currently have any in-person PBSAA courses that you can book. Check out our online PBSAA subscription area.
Happy students! Testimonials:
Read what our students have said about our preparation courses and resources
Some of the techniques mentioned were really helpful in that they would be applicable to other similar questions. Most of the questions had detailed solutions so I was able to understand where I went wrong. Tharusha A

This course was incredibly useful and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is considering studying physics at university. The pace is slow enough for you to follow and fast enough that a lot of content is covered. The card system is a great way for the tutors to see if you are struggling and need some extra help which they are more than happy to give. Tivi N

This course was very helpful in teaching me how to approach the questions. The teamwork was a good learning tool since it showed me different ways of doing the same question. I like the fact that the teachers come around to help whilst you are working on a question. Mia L

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