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Oxford Economics Interview Tuition
When developing interview skills, it is critical to have a specific interview approach. Your experienced Oxbridge tutor will assist you in conducting background research on your interviewers. As well as reviewing your personal statement and previous experience to develop an interview preparation strategy tailored to your field and personal circumstances.
Oxford Economics Interview 1-1 Tutorials
Our tutors have created a one-on-one programme just for you in order to ensure your success in the Oxford Economics Interviews. Every step of the process will be thoroughly explained in the award-winning tutorial. You will also receive expert advice on how to ace the interview.
Oxford Economics Interview Mocks
The best way to prepare for the Oxford Economics Interview is to conduct a mock interview and receive detailed feedback. You will elaborate on the essential information required for the Interview with the help of your tutor.
Oxford Economics Interview Practice Questions
To help you prepare for the interview, we provide Oxford Economics Interview sample questions. These will boost your performance and confidence. Interviewers may enquire about your aptitude for problem solving. You can learn the fundamental concepts of Economics and properly respond to difficult questions with the help of our Oxbridge experts.
Oxford Economics Interview Speech and Delivery
Candidates' analytical and critical thinking skills will be evaluated during interviews with the university admissions committee. You will meet with your Oxbridge tutor to discuss the Economics literature recommended by Oxford as you plan and complete research activities. You will appear more concise and perform better in interviews if you use the Economics interview strategies provided by Oxbridge Mind.
Why Oxford Economics?
That's a difficult question to answer! Rather than trying to catch you off guard, the interviewer wants you to show your enthusiasm for, knowledge of, and interest in economics. What evidence do you have to back that up? An Oxbridge Mind tutor will go over your personal statement and assist you in determining the perfect reason for studying Economics as well as how to verbally communicate your analytical reasoning and demonstrate your knowledge of modern languages. In addition, your tutor will help you connect your prior experiences, interests. If you provide examples from extracurricular activities, academic endeavours, social interests, and other areas to back up your response, the admissions committee will be impressed.
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The tutors will offer you expert advice as well as help with interview preparation. To ensure your success, task schedules, regular progress reports, and revision guidance will be provided. We will be there for you every step of the way to ensure you get the Oxford offers you want.

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The student is matched with an Oxford Economics Interview tutor who is a subject matter expert.


Create a personal study schedule for the interview during your first lesson.


Work with a one-on-one tutor to complete all necessary preparation, including mocks and difficult questions, receive expert feedback, and improve speech and delivery,...


Throughout the semester, use our online resources and attend a variety of enrichment sessions.

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    Survinder Offers from Oxford

    A bit about you

    I knew I wanted to study at Oxford from when I was very young, and when I got top GCSE scores, I started to think seriously about applying to Oxford .

    How did you find the programme?

    My sister found the course online and suggested I give it a go. I had been struggling to pass Oxford Interview at that point, so thought a tutor could be helpful.

    How did it help with your Oxbridge application?

    The tuition was excellent, and having the same materials across both my tutors was really helpful.

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    Dorine Offers from Oxford

    A bit about you

    I wanted to apply to study at Oxford as a mature student, but having been out of education for so long, I didn’t want to do the application by myself.

    How did you find the programme?

    It was just fantastic. The tutors were excellent, and all the resources were incredibly useful. I really appreciated my tutor helping me to weave my life experience into the Interview answers and finding ways to link that to Oxford .

    How did it help with your Oxbridge application?

    I think it really did. It made me much more confident about applying and that I was a good candidate for Oxford.

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    Joesph Offers from Oxford

    A bit about you

    I knew I wanted to go to Oxford , but as an international student, I didn’t want to risk doing the application myself, and although my school offered some help, none of my teachers had been to Oxford themselves so I wasn’t confident they would be able to advise me well.

    How did you find the programme?

    A friend of mine used their other company, Medic Mind, a few years ago to help with his Medicine interview and then started working for them as a tutor. He was the one that recommended Oxbridge Mind to me and I started right away.

    How did it help with your Oxbridge application?

    Definitely. Being in Singapore meant that I needed lessons to be flexible in my time zone, and the tutors were able to do that for me. I used a lot of the online resources as homework and self study materials, especially before my Oxbridge Interview.

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    Sita Offers from Cambridge

    A bit about you

    I attended an outreach programme at Oxbridge when I was in Year 9, and decided then that I wanted to study there. I settled on Cambridge when I was in Year 11.

    How did you find the programme?

    I was getting good enough scores in my practice, but I was nervous about the Interviews and not very confident in writing a good enough Personal Statement. I was able to address these concerns using the Oxbridge Mind programme.

    How did it help with your Oxbridge application?

    It just helped me to better understand what they were looking for in a candidate and how to best show that I was that. The Personal Statement review was useful, and I actually ended up getting 3 checks done in the end, because I kept being given so many notes and I wanted to check I had done it correctly.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    You might have some questions before booking your first lesson. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for in the FAQs, feel free to contact us!

    Are there any personality, work experience or extracurricular based Economics questions at the Oxford Interview?
    To prepare, think about what you would say if asked questions like "give an example of a time you demonstrated teamwork/initiative/overcame a problem," "biggest strength/weakness," "hobbies outside of the classroom," and so on. According to the Oxford website, while interviewers may enquire about extracurricular activities, they will not be used to judge your performance unless they help to showcase selection criteria for the specific course you are applying for.
    Are there any academic or challenging Economics questions at the Oxford Interview?
    Most of the Oxford Economics interview was made up of difficult academic questions. For example, the first question discussed a fundamental economics problem (relating to the Laffer curve). After that, they showed an equation and asked to draw it and explain why it had that shape. Then they wanted you to determine the best tax rate to maximise revenue - this was simple differentiation. It may seem less structured after that, and more focused on various aspects you mentioned in your answers.
    What is the interview setting and how long is it?
    Your interview will last approximately 25 minutes. 5 minutes of general questions (such as "why Oxford," "why economics"), followed by a 20-minute discussion. There was also time at the end for you to ask your own questions, but this was not included in the interview.
    How do Oxbridge Interviews work?
    Selected candidates will be interviewed online. What is the interviewer looking for? The admissions committee will consider your enthusiasm for Oxford, as well as your mathematical knowledge and abstract thinking ability.
    Who are the Oxbridge Mind Interview Tutors?
    The Oxbridge Interview programme selects only the best tutors, who have all performed admirably. Throughout the Oxford Economics Interview Programme, they will provide resources and support to assist you in acing your interview. They are all well-versed in the Oxford admissions process and the Oxford Economics Interview strategies.
    When should I start my Oxford Economics Interview Tuition?
    It takes time to prepare for an interview, which can be difficult given that Oxford only provides 10-14 days' notice. As a result, you should begin preparing for the interview as soon as possible. Some applicants arrive a week before their interview, while others enrol in our programme a month ahead of time. We'll proceed at the rate dictated by your interview and preferences.
    How many hours of Oxford Economics Interview preparation do I actually need?
    No predetermined plan must be followed. Participants in our programme can choose between 10, 15, or even 5 hours of instruction. We recommend that students prepare for the Oxford Economics Interview for at least 20 hours. This activity is attended by all of our students. Please get in touch with us as soon as possible so that we can figure out what is best for you!
    Do I get to pick my Oxbridge Interview Tutor?
    Absolutely! We will do our best to accommodate your preferences, whether you want a male or female Interview Tutor, one with postgraduate or undergraduate experience, or one from a particular college. Please let us know which Oxford Economic Interview Tutor you have chosen by email. Reading their profiles on the Oxford Economics Interview website will help you choose your tutor.
    What is Oxbridge Mind's success rate?
    Even though individual student responses vary, Oxbridge Mind tutoring has been shown to improve interview performance by up to 30%. (Based on the performance in practice exams) By enrolling in our Interview course, you will be joining a long list of students who have taken our courses and received Oxford offers.
    How does Oxbridge Mind prepare me for the Oxford Economics Interview?
    Our Oxbridge Mind team has refined the best interviewing techniques over many years of experience. In collaboration with Oxbridge tutors who provide detailed feedback, we created all of the practise Economics interview questions, materials, and tools. You will learn excellent speaking techniques for the Oxford Economics Interview with the help of our tutors, allowing you to captivate and impress the admissions committee.
    Do I have to pay for all the 1-1 Oxbridge Interview Course up front?
    It's not necessary! We are flexible and understanding. There are other options if you do not want to sign up right away. Please contact the Oxbridge Mind team as soon as possible if you have any questions or would like to discuss alternative payment methods.
    I'm an international student who is outside of UK, is this an issue?
    No! The Oxford Economics Interview syllabus is available online. In reality, the vast majority of candidates for our Interview are not from the United Kingdom. From anywhere in the world, you can enrol in our 1-on-1 online Interview course. We are committed to assisting international students who wish to study at prestigious institutions such as Oxford.