Westminster School Sixth Form Entrance ExamsWatch
Hi, I applied there 2 years ago and did pass the exam section to then get the interview and I also did the maths exam, the topics are mainly what you've done at GCSE so you don't need to worry about trying to learn a level content and I don't really remember but take all of maths equipment just in case you do have to draw. the questions are the same type of questions you would get in a GCSE exam.
I also did the biology exam and did physics as my interview subject and all you need to be confident on is the content you learnt at school, but I remember for the biology exam I had to write up how I would do a practical and that required me to actually think through because it wasn't a practical I had done but apart from that the question was fine. I suppose the maths questions are a little challenging to see your thought process but its what you'll have learnt at gcse.
I haven't memorised any of the required practicals do you think that I need to do this for chemistry and biology? For interviews do they only interview on one subject or all 4 bcuz u said u chose physics as your interview subject? Thank you for the response.
For interviews you have a short interview for each of your subjects and then a longer general interview. In my subject interviews they asked what topics I enjoyed most and then asked me some questions based on those, where I had to explain my thought process as I went along, even if the answer was wrong. Hope this helps!