This is a must-have handbook for anyone applying to Oxford & Cambridge.The "Getting Into" Guides aim to give would be students a head start when applying for the UK's highly competitive undergraduate courses and universities. Written by acknowledged experts in a clear and concise format, they offer applicants straightforward, practical advice on how to secure a place on the course of their choice.There were 26,705 applicants to Oxbridge for entry in 2006, of which 6,579 gained a place. With Cambridge and Oxford having secured second and third places respectively in the 2006 world university rankings, competition for places at both universities remains fierce."Getting Into Oxford & Cambridge" provides an honest view of what it's like to go to the universities, featuring a general overview of both. It contains detailed advice on all the undergraduate colleges and courses and how to decide which to apply for. The expert author, an Oxbridge graduate herself, gives up-to-date information and clear guidance on the application procedure, including completing your UCAS application (on time).This book includes a thorough section on mock interview questions and how to handle them, as well as top tips on how to shine in your interview.
Extra feedback from other Oxbridge graduates is refreshingly honest. Overall this book provides applicants with the best chance of securing a place on the course of their choice at one of the two most renowned universities in the UK.It contains honest information from Oxbridge graduates themselves. It provides guides to all the undergraduate colleges and courses. It contains key information on completing your application. It includes mock interview questions.