The Classics Admission Test (CAT) is an admissions test for applicants to all University of Oxford Classics and joint schools undergraduate degree courses. The test is divided into three written papers: the Latin Translation Test, the Greek Translation Test and the Classics Language Aptitude Test (CLAT). Applicants are required to take one or two papers, depending upon the course applied for. Each paper lasts an 1 hour.
|University of Oxford (O33)||Q800 Classic I Q810 Classics II QQ38 Classics and English (3-year course) QQH8 Classics and English (4-year course) Q8T9 Classics with Oriental Studies Any Classics and Modern Languages course|
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