FREE ENGAA Specification and Sample Materials for Cambridge Engineering and Chemical Engineering

Cambridge University has just introduced some pre-interview assessment tests, needed for 2017 entry. The tests take place at the beginning of November (register via the Admissions Testing Service).

For Engineering and Chemical Engineering Courses at Cambridge University, you will be required to sit the ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment). The ENGAA is an 80 minute tests consisting of 56 Mathematics and Physics Questions of varying difficulty.

If you get a high enough score, you will be called for a Maths and Physics problem based interview.

The ENGAA is the Engineering Admissions Assessment for Cambridge University, a Pre-Interview Assessment. This is a brand new examination, so there are few ENGAA Resources available. Below, you can download specimen ENGAA Papers and the specification to help focus your revision!

 

Download FREE ENGAA Specification and Sample Materials to find out:

  • What is ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment)?
  • Which Cambridge courses require ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment)?
  • Why does Cambridge ask for ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment)?
  • How difficult are the ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment) papers?
  • What is the format of the ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment) papers?
  • How should I start preparing for ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment)?
  • What are the ENGAA (Engineering Admissions Assessment) exam conditions?

And much more!

 

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