Our School Partners
We're proud to have worked for over 10 years with 35+ of the country's top performing schools, including Wycombe Abbey, Sevenoaks, Downe House, St Mary’s Ascot, Latymer Upper, Dulwich College, and schools across the Girls’ Day School Trust.
Trusted by the UK's top performing schools
We're proud to be have worked for over 10 years with many of the country’s top performing schools, helping to prepare their sixth formers for Oxford and Cambridge applications
Tailored support suited to each individual school
We work with each of our partner schools to create a programme that fits their students' needs. Our programmes are bespoke, and designed to complement in-house support. We can deliver support in your school, or invite your students to one of our central London locations.
Students matched with expert Oxbridge graduates
We're powered by a network of 200 trained Oxbridge graduates, who have been through the application process themselves. We carefully match each of our students with a subject expert for realistic, rigorous 1-1 interview practice.
Support we can offer
We have over 10 years experience helping students prepare for their interviews at Oxford, Cambridge and other top universities.
We support our students with rigorous skills development and practice for admissions interviews.
Each of our students is matched with an expert graduate, for individual 1-1 mock interviews. These practice sessions can focus on a students personal statement, or on unseen material in the students' subject of choice.
Students benefit from personalised verbal and written feedback in these sessions, leaving with feedback reports recommending areas for improvement and specific wider reading and resources.
Students take the most from these sessions when they pair them with our interview skills workshop. We know applications to Oxford and Cambridge are based on skills, not just knowledge - so we give students the chance to analyse the skills admissions tutors are looking for, and practice approaching difficult questions, so they can maximise the benefit of their later practice sessions.
Where there are a sufficient number of students, we are able to offer support at the school. Alternatively, we offer places at our London interview days or online by video call.
We’ve seen how admissions tests have become a crucial part of the application process, especially since the scaling back of AS levels and the subsequent loss for the universities of these exam indicators.
Oxford and Cambridge are increasingly using these entrance exams to filter and de-select candidates for interview, and we’ve seen how capable students are falling at this hurdle.
We support our students with rigorous skills development and practice for admissions tests.
Students are introduced by a subject expert to the structure and skills required for their admissions tests. They have the opportunity to sit a full past paper in exam conditions, before reviewing their answers and going through worked responses with our expert.
Students leave all our admissions test support having created an action plan with next steps for test preparation, with personalised suggestions from our experts.
As well as offering in-person support for admissions tests, we're proud to be able to offer online courses too.
We support students with our 14-lesson online practice course for the Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA), which is now required for selected courses at Oxford, Cambridge and University College London.
This offers students rigorous practice before the real test, helping them identify and practice a range of different question types.
We're also proud to be working with our partner schools to develop online courses to prepare students for the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT), and the Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT). These are expected to launch in July 2019.
Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) is a format of admission interview used by an increasing range of Medical Schools. It involves students rotating around different work stations, completing a series of short time-delimited tasks.
We support students with practice MMI circuits, designed and delivered by medical professionals in our network.
These practice sessions help students practice in a range of scenarios, including: debates on medical ethics, medical role playing, reading comprehension, calculation and data interpretation.