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Admissions Tests (TMUA)

Test of Mathematics for University Admission (TMUA)

The Test of Mathematics for University Admission (TMUA) tests your mathematical thinking and reasoning skills.

TMUA at Warwick

TMUA is used as part of the undergraduate admissions process at Warwick.

You need to take the TMUA if you are applying for 2025 entry to our courses in:

About TMUA

How to prepare for the TMUA

The focus of the TMUA is on mathematical thinking. It uses mathematics you will have already learned in your school studies, so there is no need to take a preparation course or to do much preparation beyond familiarising yourself with the test format and style of questions.

We recommend that you read the test specification and notes on Logic and Proof, to identify any topics that you might need to revise. See TMUA Registration website for full detailsLink opens in a new window.

Free practice materials are available on Pearson VUE, the test provider’s websiteLink opens in a new window, where you can also find information about the test format, specification and other useful support materials.

Advanced Mathematics Support Programme, AMSP

The Advanced Mathematics Support Programme, AMSP, provides support for students and teachers related to mathematics university admissions tests.

The AMSP employs Area Coordinators (ACs) to support schools all across England. Find your nearest ACLink opens in a new window who can give you up-to-date information on any local support available to students and/or teachers.