Check out a day in the life of a current Muslim student, Zainab, who discusses the role of ISoc in her university life.
Cambridge Course Page
Essential to check out! Gives information on the specifics of the course, entry requirements, resources to prepare for tests/interviews/departmental contacts
A student run project that is tracking down lots of resources across the internet and from students to help you apply to Cambridge. You can direct student interview insights and subject-specific preparation advice as well as finding out about free support schemes, mentoring, financial information.
Subject guides produced by Cambridge postgraduate students and academics. The topics provide guided activities, questions to think about and suggestions for further reading. Great for interview preparation and can give you some ideas for your Personal Statement.
The Student Room
Very informative, containing informal guides written by students on things like how to choose a college, subject guides and example personal statements.
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