Admission to private tertiary institutions is usually very selective and high level commitment is usually expected from GCSE and A-level students; However, this allows independent tertiary institutions to maintain high standards, so they can offer their students a stimulating environment that is conducive to achieving the best grades and earning acceptance at the best universities in the UK, such as Oxford and Cambridge.
Students who want to get a place at a private tertiary institution to prepare for the sixth level / level A and the GCSE exam will usually be asked to fill out an application form. In addition, they will be asked to provide copies of the latest academic reports, or predictions of GCSE scores. For A-level or GCSE students abroad, a personal statement describing students’ achievements, interests and ambitions regarding further education can also be requested.
Students will then be asked to attend an interview; for some A-level subjects, acceptance tests may also be required, such as auditions for drama students. Interviews for places in independent tertiary education higher education are usually held in tertiary institutions; however, for overseas students who wish to apply for a place at a private tertiary institution in the UK, interviews can be conducted in the student’s country of residence or by telephone. This interview focuses on the ambitions and interests of A-level or GCSE students, not only about the academic curriculum, but also beyond. In interviewing students, the goal of the college staff is to determine that students have and will …Read More