Set by Oxford University.
The Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT) is a subject-specific admissions test, lasting 2 hours and 30 minutes and sat under timed conditions.
The MAT is a hybrid test - with computer-based questions and a paper answer booklet. You will need to take this test at an authorised test centre which, in most cases, will be your school or college.
Set by Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing.
Please note: From summer 2021 STEP 1 will no longer exist, only STEP 2 and STEP 3.
The test consists of up to two 3-hour paper-based examinations: STEP 2 and STEP 3. Candidates are usually required to sit either one or two of the examinations.
If STEP is part of the offer you receive from us then we are happy to accept either of these two STEP papers and you may attempt whichever you like.
Thinking of studying Mathematics at Warwick?
You are free to do 100% maths, or if you prefer, we offer the opportunity to choose options from several other world-class departments at Warwick.
There are a range of ways you can experience our department before applying, these include:
- Undergraduate Open Days
- Offer Holder Open Days
- Live Chats
- Virtual 360 Campus Tour
It is a good thing to prepare yourself for your university mathematics course by doing some preliminary reading.
We've compiled a list of suggested reading to introduce you to University mathematics.
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