The Sixth Term Examination Paper (STEP) in Mathematics is an established mathematics examination aligned to undergraduate style mathematics questions and is used by the University of Cambridge as a pre interview prerequisite for applications onto undergraduate mathematics courses. Candidates can also choose to take the STEP as part of their offer and often the university advises on which papers to take. Some candidates sit the STEP papers as a challenge paper.
The test consists of up to three 3-hour paper-based examinations: STEP I, STEP II and STEP III. Candidates are usually required to sit either one or two of the examinations, depending on the requirements of the universities they have applied for
Courses are delivered 1-1 for the STEP with past paper practice an expert advice from past Mathematics Degree Graduates from Oxford and Cambridge Colleges. Many of our tutors hold PhDs and other postgraduate qualifications in teaching Mathematics, indicative both of their passion for, and expertise in, the subject.
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