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How to Get Into Oxbridge

A Comprehensive Guide to Succeeding in Your Application Process

How to Get Into Oxbridge is a comprehensive guide to the whole application procedure, covering the application timeline, college choice, personal statement writing and interview advice.
EAN: 9780749463274
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 240x167
200 pages

About the book

With competition to get into Oxbridge now so fierce, this book goes beyond standard application technique to focus on long-term development of intellectual potential including insight into the power of positive decision-making; how to practise independent and critical thinking skills; and how you can develop extra-curricular knowledge in genuine and impressive ways to stand out from the crowd. The book includes practical and insider knowledge that can't be found elsewhere - like how to strategically choose your college to boost your chances of admission, and how to interpret and respond to interview questions in a way that demonstrates your intellectual curiosity and academic potential. You'll find sample personal statements; examples of interview questions for all subjects; practical advice on fees and funding; and how to manage parents and peers. There is also a chapter dedicated to International Students.

Online supporting resources for this book include a table including collect selectors for Oxford and Cambridge.

About the authors

Christopher See

Dr. Christopher See is a graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge University. He currently works as an academic senior house officer in University Hospital Aintree and is a lecturer at Liverpool University. He is an experienced university applications tutor, helping students in all areas of their Oxbridge application in a range of diverse subjects. He is also the author of How to Get into Medical School, Succeed in your Medical School Interview and How to Master Your Medical School Finals, all published by Kogan Page.

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