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As the website says, the entrance requirements are the same for the two maths options - the straight maths and the physics + maths in year 1. But do they give phys + maths applicants a physics interview or just the regular 2 (right?) maths ones?
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As the website says, the entrance requirements are the same for the two maths options - the straight maths and the physics + maths in year 1. But do they give phys + maths applicants a physics interview or just the regular 2 (right?) maths ones?
I don't know if this happens in the maths interviews, but I applied for maths with physics and had a couple of mechanics questions. One question that I'm sure wouldn't be in a normal maths interview was on electricity, but it was required only basic physics and ended up being a functions maxima minima question by the end of it.

I had two interviews (Emmanuel) but I think some colleges have only one. Both interviews had pure maths and physics questions discussed, but again the physics questions required only a basic understanding of physics, but a more sophisticated application of mathematical concepts
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