Oxbridge interviews are nerve wracking at the best of times and for students who are unclear about the application process or the expectations at Interview the experience could be even tougher. Top grades are a great starting point but the added confidence of knowledge, an expectation of the unexpected and advice from leading independent examiners could mean the difference between an offer and a refusal.
CATS Cambridge has for many years been utilising the experience and knowledge of its own tutors and has a hugely successful history of preparing students for university entrance across a broad range of subject areas.
We are pleased to announce our latest ‘Oxbridge Entry’ seminar being held at the Cambridge Union Society for potential Oxbridge candidates. Students and tutors are invited to the three-hour seminar hosted by Dr Eric Boston, Head of Humanities at CATS Cambridge, to discuss the application process, University College selection and the opportunity to gain feedback from experienced Cambridge University Admissions tutors and examiners. The event will begin at 12pm with a tour of a Cambridge University College with the seminar following at 1pm- 4pm. Lunch is not included so students are requested to bring provision with them.
The seminar enables students to gain the confidence and application knowledge required to take them successfully through the application process.
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