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  1. Hi sorry but I get the bag of nuts question different from say ' the peanut content is the largest possible', but how do you know that? It only says 'What is the largest possible peanut content' which then must be 40%? Help me?

  2. Just wanted to ask whether you think something similar to what the mathematics department has done with the MAT answers for this year (they've published them on youtube) will happen for the TSA before the official results day?

  3. Thank u so much for this helpful video Dr Williams! I have a question tho, due to the change of the test form this year, i was interrupted abruptly due to my computer's techinical problems, and i think i didnt do it well. So if i want to write to profs and beg them reconsider about my application, who should i write the email to? Just the college ive be arranged to or i should ask the college about E&M profs' email address and write to them directly?

  4. Is the problem solving and critical thinking score also calculated separately? If so, are interview decisions based on how people perform overall or also on how they performed in the individual sections within section 1?

  5. For section 2, my general plan for the essay is point 1 (for), point 2 (against) and point 3 (for). Within each paragraph should I include objections for the main argument within the paragraph? Or combine these into one balance paragraph to have a more focused essay, with one point per paragraph? Many thanks!

  6. Hi Dr Williams,

    As with your other insightful videos, thank you so so much for taking the time and effort to help students with their application! Tomorrow is the day of the TSA assessment, and while I probably shouldn't be too fixated on this question, I can't help but wonder whether Oxford colleges shortlist candidates based on country averages or global averages (the TSA average for Singaporean candidates is one of the highest in the world – does that put me at a massive disadvantage?). Also, since this year's TSA is computer-based, will be get our results immediately after the test?

    Thank you!

  7. Hello sir, to what extent is the TSA used to give interviews and offers? I am applying for Experimental Psychology, but I am not doing that well (around 50-60) in section 1… However, I have extremely high IB predicted grades (45/45) and also what I believe to be a strong personal statement, so could you please tell me how badly the TSA could affect my chances of getting an interview in this context?

  8. Great advice, thank you for this! In the TSA section 2, would you suggest picking the essay title that is 'best suited' to your degree? It seems as though there is always an economics related question, a philosophy one and a political one. So for instance would it be preferable for an E&M applicant to pick the economics question or does it not really matter?

  9. Thank you so much for sharing these valuable tips! Absolutely helpful indeed. Also, would you say a competitive mark for an experimental psychology applicant to be the same as the general competitive mark (which is above 65) ?

  10. Thank you so much for your videos! I was struggling with practice papers and kept getting questions wrong. After watching a few of your videos I have tried other papers and been getting the answers correct! You're really teaching me how to look at these questions and understand what they are looking for!

  11. Thank you so much for making these videos! I had a question regarding the introduction.
    So essentially the introduction should have three things:
    1) Very clearly answer the question in your opening sentence.
    2) Define the hook word and other key words
    3) Provide an outline of the essay (possibly by dissecting the hook word into its components)
    Is there anything else that a "good" introduction has?

  12. Thank you so much! The video was immensely informative and helpful. Also, how many words do you recommend we write in section two? I normally can’t write more than 400-450 within the given time.
    And is directly defining verbs like “should” and “could” acceptable?

  13. Hi Prof! For me, I find annotating the question to be very helpful for the critical thinking, and especially for some problem solving questions when dealing with graphs. I am slightly worried about how having the test done online would affect this ability. Do you think that the average score for this years test may be lowered due to the fact that it will be sat online? And if so, would what is considered a 'good' score also be lowered as a result and relativised? Thank you very much!

  14. Is it best to argue for both sides of the argument when it comes to the essay? Or should we follow the structure you outlined in your previous video on essay writing:
    1) Intro – where you define your hookword
    2) Point 1
    3) Point 2
    4) Balance – But still insist on your initial stance and why
    5) Conclusion



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