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This week I’m interviewing a student from Oxford University about the entrance exam for Economics and Management. Hello William, so first of all what exactly is the TSA? The TSA stands for Thinking Skills Assessment, an entrance exam for a range of subjects, including Economics and Management. What does the TSA consist of? There are two parts to the TSA. Are you meant to prepare for the TSA? The exams are not based on prior subject knowledge so are intended to see how you think, putting everyone on a level-footing. So is there anything you can do to prepare? Looking at past papers will help you to see how the exam is structured and the sorts of questions which come up.
How much preparation did you do? Pretty much all of the above but at at the end of the day it isn’t intended to be an exam you can’t really revise for, so don’t stress out too much! Economics and Management Interview – That Oxford Girl. Follow: thatoxfordgirl on Instagram!
Today we have a special feature from William on the Economics and Management interview at Oxford. Hi William, how many interviews did you have? I had three interviews: two at Jesus College which is where I was initially interviewed and then one at Hertford College What were the different interviews on? That Oxford Girl – Giving you an insight into Oxford University. Geography AS Notes. Economics & Management reading list pdf. The University of Oxford on iTunes U. Department of Economics. University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures. Mathematics for the modern economy. Industrial mathematics is of significant importance to the UK economy, cutting across many high-value industry sectors, including engineering, finance, defence, life sciences and even sports and entertainment.
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