Am I more likely to get into Oxford or Cambridge?

Am I more likely to get into Oxford or Cambridge?

Your chances of obtaining an offer from Oxford or Cambridge (before you have confirmed your course and college choice, sat your potential admissions test, and been invited up for interview) are roughly 17%, a figure that comes from around 46,000 applicants chasing 8,000 places at the two universities (for 2021 entry.

What are the odds of getting into Cambridge?

21% (2015)University of Cambridge / Acceptance rate

What masters can I do with a natural science degree?

A high proportion of natural science graduates go on to further study, typically around 40% and this can be either research (a PhD or MRes) or a taught Masters course. Popular employment areas are IT, scientific research, finance, teaching, consulting, manufacturing and utilities, public sector.

What is the hardest course to get into at Cambridge?

Getting into Oxford or Cambridge University is an achievement in itself, but cracking your way into economics and management is another feat entirely. The subject has been revealed as the hardest Oxbridge course to gain access to, with an acceptance rate of just 7%.

Which college is hardest to get into Cambridge?

That would indicate Kings, Clare and Emma being the more difficult to get into, whether they get the best applicants overall though is a different matter entirely.

Is natural science degree hard?

Nat Sci is definitely not equivalent to doing a single degree, unless you specialise in the final year or only choose subjects related to one subject, but it is very good that you have covered all the sciences (if you choose all of them). It’s not much harder than a pure maths or physics degree though.

What is a natural science course at Cambridge?

Natural Sciences. Natural Sciences (NST) is the framework within which most science subjects are taught at Cambridge. If you want to study any of the biological and physical sciences, this is the course for you. Natural Sciences (NST) is the framework within which most science subjects are taught at Cambridge.

Why study Natural Sciences at NST?

Natural Sciences (NST) offers a wide range of physical and biological science subjects from 16 departments in a unique and demanding course. A broad first year is combined with increasing specialisation in the second year, and the possibility of total specialisation from the third year.

What a-levels do I need to study Natural Sciences?

We expect to admit roughly 30 people for Natural Sciences each year. All applicants should take Maths A-level (or equivalent). For candidates with a main interest in Physics or Chemistry, we strongly recommend A level Further Maths and two other sciences (including your main subject interest) as well as Maths.

What changes have been made to the natural sciences admissions assessment?

When using the specimen and past papers below, please note that the following changes to the Natural Sciences admissions assessment were introduced in 2020: 4 parts, of which candidates should answer 2 (mathematics and one of the sciences).