Digital illustration of  DNA in abstract backgroundWhat kind of questions can you expect in an Oxford or Cambridge interview for Medicine, Biological or Biomedical Sciences? 

  • “Are you enjoying this interview so far?”
  • “How long is this piece of string?”
  • “Calculate the MMR of a molecule”

Well, the first thing to know is that you can’t really expect anything. There are very few rules when it comes to how Admissions Tutors will challenge you. Preparing for interview is all about practising approaching things you’ve never seen before and questions that seem to be impossible to answer. But in order to give you a taster, here are some real past interview questions, and we’ve asked one of our top tutors to show you how he would go about answering them using only the understanding he had pre: university.

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