Do you have high hopes for your child's education?
Want to do everything in your power to ensure they put together the best application for Oxford and Cambridge?
Confused about the ever-changing application process, and want a single resource that will explain the whole process to you?
Well, look no further. Since its release in June 2020, over 1100 students, parents and teachers have turned to 'The Oxbridge Formula' to educate themselves about the application process.
Reliable Oxbridge application advice is hard to come by, let alone for STEM subjects. Written by three highly qualified, Oxbridge educated authors, with experience guiding hundreds of students through the process, The Oxbrige formula will demystify the entire application process for you.
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"I love this book. I wish The Oxbridge Formula was available years ago. It is ideal for any parent or teacher who is wanting to support their child through to Oxbridge, or, frankly, any Russell Group universities. I consider myself relatively experienced in this world of Oxbridge applications...I went to Oxford and have given talks at Oxford. Yet, I have learned so much from reading this book."
Katharine Birbalsingh CBE
The Oxbridge Formula is a comprehensive, easy-to-read guide, decoding the notoriously complex process of applying for STEM courses at Oxford and Cambridge. Defying the one-size-fits-all approach of other Oxbridge guides, the book hones in on the unique requirements of applying for quantitative courses such as Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Natural Sciences, Economics and PPE.
Paarul is a First-class Oxford Maths Graduate, Qualified teacher with ten years' experience in the independent sector mentoring Oxbridge STEM applicants and Founder of The Oxbridge Formula Academy.
Chris is a First-class Master's Graduate from Oxford, Senior Tutor at The Oxbridge Formula Academy, with a proven track record of getting students into Oxbridge for Maths, Computer Science, Physics and Engineering.
Jess is Maths and Philosophy Student at St. Hilda's College Oxford. A passionate writer, and alumna of The Oxbridge Formula Academy, Jess has used her on-the-ground experience as a student to make this book highly relevant to aspiring students.
"Before reading this book, I thought I had seen most of the resources there were to see for Cambridge admissions but to say I was wrong was an understatement! From the exact pass mark for the admissions tests to example interview scripts, The Oxbridge Formula covers every aspect of the Oxbridge admissions there is to know. "
"The Oxbridge Formula not only provided me with information, but also huge levels of motivation to be able to achieve the goals I had set in place for myself, meaning it is also great for encouragement! The book helped to calm any nerves I had around Cambridge and view the process (particularly the interviews) more open-mindedly. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it!"
In The Oxbridge Formula, you can expect 517 pages brimming with comprehensive yet digestible advice, including annotated personal statements and interview transcripts, detailed information on how to approach admissions tests, wider reading recommendations, statistics on application success, and character profiles that analyse different preparation techniques, traps to avoid and what makes for a successful candidate.
But it doesn’t stop there: the book covers everything from course choice, to insight into workload and content, to a day-in-the-life of an Oxbridge undergraduate.