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Covid-19: important information for candidates
To ensure we can run our November admissions tests safely across the world, adhering to local social distancing guidelines, we have moved some of our tests to a different date.
Some tests will run on the previously scheduled date of 4 November and others will run on the new date of 5 November. Candidates should register with their centre in the usual way.
Please visit the Cambridge pre-interview assessment dates and costs page for full details.
We work with the University of Cambridge to produce and deliver a range of pre-interview assessments. These assessments are required for a number of undergraduate courses, as part of the application process.
The courses currently using the pre-interview assessments are listed below.
The assessment procedure for mature students is different to other students. In some cases mature students are not required to take a pre-interview assessment. For full details, visit the University of Cambridge website.
For preparation materials, click on the assessment name in the table.
Please note, there have been some changes to the Cambridge pre-interview assessments for 2020. For full details of the entry requirements for your course, please check the University of Cambridge website.
Section 1 (multiple choice)
Chemical Engineering via Engineering (H810) requires the Engineering Admissions Assessment (ENGAA).
Chemical Engineering via Natural Sciences (H813) requires the Natural Sciences Admissions Assessment (NSAA).
You will need to take the Cambridge Test of Mathematics for University Admission (CTMUA)
Economics Admissions Assessment (ECAA)
Engineering Admissions Assessment (ENGAA)
Multiple choice covering Physics and Maths
You will need to take ELAT.
You will need to take TSA: Section 1.
You will need to take BMAT.
Natural Sciences Admissions Assessment (NSAA)
Maths plus one science (Biology, Chemistry or Physics)
Multiple choice in Biology, Chemistry or Physics
If you are applying to study Mathematics, you need to take the Sixth Term Examination Paper (STEP). This test takes place in June of Year 13.
Visit the University's website for full details of all pre-interview and at-interview assessments.