This bundle is ideal for you if you are applying for Biological Natural Sciences and will be sitting the NSAA, but are not able to make it to any of our live/in-person courses in London.
(Planning to apply for Physical Natural Sciences? Check out our Physical NSAA online resources here!)
It comprises the following online version of our live course. (The material in the course will be available after the corresponding live course has taken place.)
- Maths for NSAA Course (online version of 1-day course covering short multiple-choice questions on: inequalities and estimates, polynomials, graph-sketching, combining functions, inferences)
- Materials released August 2020
- Value £99
… plus the following online resources:
NSAA Past Paper Video Solutions
Full solutions to all Biology, Chemistry, and Maths questions from Parts A, C, and D of Section 1, plus all Biology and Chemistry Section 2 questions, from the following past papers:
- NSAA Specimen
- NSAA 2016
- NSAA 2017
- NSAA 2018
Collected Biology questions from past NSAA and BMAT papers, with video solutions. Useful preparation for Part D of Section 1 of the NSAA.
Collected Chemistry questions from past NSAA and BMAT papers, with video solutions. Useful preparation for Part C of Section 1 of the NSAA.
Collected Maths questions from past NSAA and BMAT papers, with video solutions. Useful preparation for Parts A and E of Section 1 of the NSAA.
TMUA Video Solutions
Detailed solution videos to multiple choice Maths questions from past and mock TMUA papers. TMUA multiple choice questions are similar in content and difficulty to Maths questions from the NSAA exam.
Original Extra Maths Multiple Choice Questions
150+ original multiple choice questions by STEP Maths, with video solutions.
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