Hi, hope you are all well.
I am applying for chemistry at Oxford and I have got 9999988877 at GCSEs and A*A*A* (chemistry, maths and further maths). I have written my personal statement and it is sent off to my tutor.
I am seeking for any type of resources plus methods and techniques on how you prepared for the chemistry interview.
Is their any type of books or resources you had to buy as well as the style of the chemistry interview. What was the most difficult position they put you in?
I have also heard a lot of people have kind of learnt the whole a level syllabus for chemistry. Which I am currently trying to do. As well as doing questions from the Olympiad - which I will do towards October/November time.
Is there any specific topics like unit cell and delocalisation outside my curriculum that I need to be aware of.
I am also finding it really hard getting interview practice as my college only offers one mock session before. But I would really love to build up my confidence. So please let me know how you prepared to get an offer.