This article contains information for Admissions Testing centres running tests in November 2017.
The admissions tests and pre-interview assessments listed below are scheduled to take place in November 2017.
|BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT)||Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Admissions Assessment (ASNCAA)|
|English Literature Admissions Test (ELAT)||Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Admissions Assessment (AMESAA)|
|Classics Admissions Test (CAT)||Economics Admissions Assessment (ECAA)|
|History Aptitude Test (HAT)||Engineering Admissions Assessment (ENGAA)|
|Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT)||Geography Admissions Assessment (GAA)|
|Modern Language Admissions Test (MLAT)||History Admissions Assessment (HAA)|
|Oriental Languages Aptitude Test (OLAT)||Human, Social, and Political Sciences Admissions Assessment (HSPSAA)|
|Physics Aptitude Test (PAT)||Natural Sciences Admissions Assessment (NSAA)|
|Thinking Skills Assessment Oxford (TSA Oxford)||Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment (PBSAA)|
|The University of Oxford Philosophy Test|
|Test of Mathematics for University Admission (TMUA)*|
If you are running any of the tests/assessments listed above, you can find the local time that you should start your tests in the attached document.
The standard scheduled exam date is 2 November 2017, however, for countries where the times are marked as "F D", you should run your tests/assessments at the listed time on the following day i.e. 3 November 2017.
The scheduled start time for centres in the UK is 09.00 on Thursday 2 November 2017.
*Please note that, although the Test of Mathematics for University Admission takes place on Wednesday 8 November the same local start times apply.
If you are unable to run the test/assessment at the scheduled time, please complete the online Timetable Variation Request form (submissions in relation to the November 2017 session can be made from 1 September). This includes scenarios where a candidate has a timetable clash and/or needs to take more than one admissions test/assessment.
If you require any assistance regarding these procedures, please get in touch.
Information for candidates
If you are a candidate, please contact your test centre directly to confirm the exact start time of your test/assessment - please bear in mind that you may be required to arrive at the centre in advance of the start time.