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About TSA Oxford
Courses requiring TSA Oxford 2013
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The Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) Oxford is a 2-hour pre-interview test for
applicants to undergraduate courses at the University of Oxford. It is designed to help tutors assess whether candidates have the skills and aptitudes needed to study the following courses:
Because these subjects require a range of abilities, and candidates come from a wide variety of subject backgrounds, admissions decisions are complex. The TSA
helps admissions tutors make an informed selection.
The TSA Oxford is a pen-and-paper test. It consists of two sections:
Separate answer sheets will be provided for each section. Calculators cannot be used.
As leaders in the field of assessment, all our tests are specifically designed to be fair to all candidates, whatever their age, gender, nationality, culture or ethnic background. Quality and fairness are at the centre of everything we do.
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As of 2013, the Admissions Testing Service is working with Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) to use the BMAT for graduate entry Medicine.
Imperial College is to use the Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT) from 2013.
Download results from Monday 14 January 2013, using our Results Online system.
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