Oxbridge entrance coaching
FIND YOUR PERFECT OXBRIDGE ENTRANCE COACH
For university applicants
It is exciting that you are applying to Oxford or Cambridge. However, as you already know, competition for these places in intense and the vast majority of applicants will not be offered a place.
The best way to ensure success is to work with an experienced, professional Oxbridge Entry Coach.
WHY DO I NEED AN ENTRANCE EXAMS COACH?
Our specialist Oxbridge Coaches are themselves Oxbridge Graduates who have a record of success in helping applicants gain those coveted places at Oxford and Cambridge. More than just a tutor, these coaches will target the exact skills you need to pass the entrance exams, showing you exactly how to approach each question and giving you lots of practice. They will give you detailed feedback to help you reach the level you need to achieve.
This is followed by Oxbridge Interview Training. You will attend a practice interview set up to reflect the Oxbridge style and with similar questions to those you can expect to face. Past questions will also be used. After interview you will get detailed feedback and a programme to improve, followed by a further practice interview.
You will also be offered the chance to perfect your Personal Statement in a way that is targeted to Oxbridge, and help to polish your essay style for those who need to submit a piece of work. Bespoke Packages available – just ask our team.
THE BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH AN OXBRIDGE ENTRANCE COACH
Much better chance of securing a place
You will develop the skills you need for the exams and interviews
Detailed constructive feedback
Opportunity to perfect your Personal Statement targeted at Oxbridge
Improved confidence levels
WITH A BESPOKE COACHING PACKAGE, 90% OF OUR STUDENTS HAVE GAINED A PLACE AT EITHER OXFORD OR CAMBRIDGE
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