It is important to understand what Oxbridge admissions tutors are looking for in a successful applicant. One of the best ways to gain this understanding is by working through past questions.
We breakdown the structure of each year of the course, detailing the format of the material and subjects covered.
To provide a first-hand taster of what the course involves, we feature a case-study from a successful applicant and opinions from a current or former student of the course.
Compiled by our Oxbridge-graduate Medicine tutors, our Oxbridge reports include course-specific reading suggestions to encourage you to explore your subject in greater depth and independently, away the school syllabus
We survey over 1,000 applicants from the most recent Oxbridge application cycle every year, as well as collecting data from Oxford and Cambridge themselves through the Freedom of Information Act and clarifying and condensing the masses of data they release each year.
Along with the enormous combined experience of our 2,400 Oxford and Cambridge-graduate tutors, and the team of former Oxbridge admissions tutors who work with us, we are able to be as up-to-date and informed as possible, and disseminate all this information, both in our tutor-training and in our resources.
Our practice papers replicate the style, format and timing of the real examinations, giving you the chance to practise your approach to the test as well as the skills required.Read more
If you apply to medical school you will have to sit at least one medical admission test. Find out which you will need to take.Read more
The UKCAT test is one of the most widely used medical admissions tests. It is two hours long and consists of five sectionsRead more