Hi, I'm coming from a non-selective education and would like to know how best to prepare for the entrance exams into the Sixth Forms of St Swithun's , St Mary's Ascot, Cheltenham, St Paul's, Westminster and Marlborough. The subjects I'm thinking about taking are Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Classical Civilisations or Psychology. Any advice is welcome. Thanks
Sixth Form Admissions: St Swithun's, Wycombe, Cheltenham, St Paul's, Westminster Watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-05-2016 20:17
- 09-08-2016 16:23
Hello, Out of that list of schools, I applied to St Swithun's last year and they do have past papers in all A Level subjects on their website.The rest of those schools should have past papers on their website for you to have a look at but if not, then you could contact the school. In general, just revise those subjects from your own school textbooks, revision guides, etc and you should be fine. I must say that the papers for Sixth form entry are inbetween GCSE and AS standard so they will be harder than what you may be expecting because the schools are just looking for candidates with potential and they are trying to stretch you with harder papers so just try your best. Good luck!