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TSA (Thinking Skills Assessment Cambridge Admissions Test)

What is TSA?

TSA is short for Thinking Skills Assessment.

What is it used for?

Entry to computer science, natural sciences, engineering, economics, land economy and politics, psychology and sociology (PPS) at a number of University of Cambridge colleges.

Which institutions use this test?

University of Cambridge (C05) course codes G400, L100, H100, KL41, BCF0, L0C8

Who do I enter the test with?

Any candidate needing to take the TSA will have their test sitting arranged for them by the University of Cambridge when they come for their interview.

When can I take the test?

The test is normally taken while you are in Cambridge for your interview.

How long does the test last?

90 minutes

For further information: Please go to the Cambridge TSA webpage