Written by our expert consultants, our practice papers replicate the style, format and timing of the real examinations, giving students the chance to practise their approach to the test as well as the skills required. Each practice paper includes a set of model answers with detailed commentary on how to crack individual questions.
Our practice papers are different to those provided at our one-day Admissions Test Seminars, giving applicants further opportunities to prepare in their own home and well in advance of the real examinations.
The BMAT is a 2 hour pre-admission test required for undergraduate Biomedical Science courses.
The Cambridge Law Test is a 1 hour admissions test required for the undergraduate Law course by most colleges at the University of Cambridge.
The ELAT is a 90 minute pre-interview admissions test required by the University of Oxford for English Language & Literature, English & Modern Languages, Classics & English (three year course I) Classics & English (four year course II). Applicants for History & English are required to take the History Admissions Test (HAT), not the ELAT.
The HAT is a 2 hour pre-admission test required by the University of Oxford for undergraduate History and any of its joint courses.
The LNAT is a 2 hour pre-admission test required for undergraduate law courses at Oxford, UCL, KCL, Durham, Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Glasgow and NUI Maynooth (mature entry only),
The TSA Cambridge is a 90-minute admissions test designed to assess whether candidates have the skills required to study certain subjects successfully, without disadvantaging any candidates because of their background or prior knowledge of the subject. It is required by certain colleges at the University of Cambridge for Computer Science, Engineering, Economics, Land Economy, Natural Sciences (Physical and Biological) and Politics, Psychology and Sociology (PPS).
The TSA is a 2 hour pre-interview admissions test designed to assess whether candidates have the skills required to study the following subjects successfully, without disadvantaging any candidates because of background or prior knowledge of the subject applied for. It is required by the University of Oxford for Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE), Economics and Management (E&M), Psychology, Philosophy and Physiology (PPP) and Experimental Psychology (EP).
The UKCAT is a 2 hour pre-admission test required by the following UK Medical and Dental schools: Aberdeen, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Cardiff, Dundee, Durham, UEA, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hull York Medical School, Keele, KCL, Imperial (Graduate entry only), Leeds, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford (Graduate entry only), Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen's University Belfast, Sheffield, Southampton, St Andrews, St George's and Warwick (Graduate entry only).