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    Hi everyone,

    I have applied to do engineering at Cambridge and am trying to prepare as well as possible for the ENGAA. I did the specimen papers a while back and across the two paper I scored about 75-80% and I was wondering whether this would be considered decent. I understand that the cutoff mark will vary year to year as difficulty will vary.

    I am using Isaac Physics (qualified for the SPC summer school this year), I-want-to-study-engineering and PATs for preparation so far- are there any other good resources?

    Thanks
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    Hi everyone,

    I have applied to do engineering at Cambridge and am trying to prepare as well as possible for the ENGAA. I did the specimen papers a while back and across the two paper I scored about 75-80% and I was wondering whether this would be considered decent. I understand that the cutoff mark will vary year to year as difficulty will vary.

    I am using Isaac Physics (qualified for the SPC summer school this year), I-want-to-study-engineering and PATs for preparation so far- are there any other good resources?

    Thanks
    There is *no* cut off. It's an assessment not a test.

    Anything above 50% is good. But a score below that will not necessarily be a significant problem.

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