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And what are STEP I, STEP II, and STEP III?
how are they different and do you have to take these exams before applying?
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And what are STEP I, STEP II, and STEP III?
how are they different and do you have to take these exams before applying?
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And what are STEP I, STEP II, and STEP III?
how are they different and do you have to take these exams before applying?
You sit STEP in order to meet an Offer, not (normally) before.

In other words, if you get an Offer from Cambridge they will ask you to do (usually) STEP II & III alongside your A-level exams.

STEP III requires FM. STEP II is harder than STEP I.
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