## Description

A bundle comprising all of our resources for students looking to master the CTMUA and interview.

*Live Zoom Courses:*

**1) 2-day CTMUA Logic & Proof (Paper 2) Course (also on Zoom)**

Dates: October 16th – 17th

Location: Live on Zoom

Times: 10am to 5pm (9am first day)

Content:

- Confidently check if a condition is necessary or sufficient
- Use straightforward rules to analyse statements with multiple quantifiers, negations, and conditionals
- Immediately spot the sources of common flaws in proofs, such as additional or missed solutions
- Deal with counterexamples, consequences, and assumptions, even in completely unfamiliar contexts
- Avoid common pitfalls, like functions on limited domains, or manipulations that only work if a quantity is positive

**2) 1-day Group Maths-Centred Interview Course**

Dates: Various weekend dates available

Location: Live on Zoom

Mock interview: get a 30 min mock interview resembling a Cambridge Computer Science interview and receive individual feedback. Your mock is held in front of the other students to help to replicate the pressure of the real thing.

Interview practice and advice:

– Observe the interviews that other students get, allowing you to learn from each other and compare approaches to the questions

– Come away with access to Maths interview questions you most likely won’t have seen before

– Group discussion of all questions used, plus general interview advice

*Plus the following recorded version of our live Maths Admissions Summer School:*

– Content (first 3 days) – MAT and STEP past questions based on Year 12 Maths, which are useful for all maths admissions papers

– Learn how to plan for and present all of the most essential kinds of proof

– Examine the subtlest aspects of manipulating inequalities

– Perfect your understanding of necessary and sufficient conditions

– Analyse unfamiliar graphs with symmetry tricks

– Master the art of dividing problems by cases

– Content (day 4) – A selection of short, CTMUA-Paper-1-style maths questions for practising key techniques.

– Learning to unpack and analyse logical statements

– Handling polynomials of degree higher than a quadratic

– Analysing unfamiliar functions

*Plus the following video resources:*

**At-Interview-Test Preparation from CSAT**

The CSAT is excellent practice for the at-interview tests that you may have to sit if invited for interview at Cambridge. It tests algorithmic and computational thinking, which will be tested at interview even if you don’t have an additional test.

Includes full sample paper video solutions, plus further questions on topics common in these tests, all with their own video solutions.

**CTMUA Past Paper Video Solutions**

Detailed solution videos for the following CTMUA papers:

- CTMUA specimen papers A and B
- CTMUA practice papers A and B
- CTMUA 2017-2019 (2020 coming soon)

**CTMUA Mock Papers**

Two original CTMUA mock papers by The Oxbridge Formula, including full solutions

**MAT Multiple Choice Video Solutions**

Detailed solution videos for **every multiple choice MAT question** from:

- All MAT papers 2007-2019 (2020 coming soon!)
- MAT specimen papers A and B

**Useful Maths Theory for Admissions Tests**

Introducing and explaining maths material needed for admissions tests that you may not have seen at school yet:

- Advanced differentiation and integration
- Vectors and geometry
- Algebraic expressions with arbitrary powers
- Tricks to go faster, avoid errors, and spot clues

**TMUA/MAT Warm-up Questions**

Original practice questions on 9 common Maths topics by The Oxbridge Formula, with video solutions

**Original Extra Maths Multiple Choice Questions**

150+ original multiple-choice questions by The Oxbridge Formula, with video solutions

Testimonials:

*“Using the online resources, I felt there was somewhere I could turn every time I had a question!”* –Charlotte

*“It’s really helpful to see the best way to tackle a question and what to start with. In particular, the use of diagrams to explain problems made a lot of the explanations very clear.”* – Siddharth

*“There are some topics which are never covered at A-Level and are assumed to just be intuitive but often aren’t, and this course allows you to see a more in-depth overview of how to tackle CTMUA-specific questions”* –Archie

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