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Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing
Administering our tests
Section 1 scores 1 mark per question.
Scores are calculated on the TSA scale to one decimal place (running approximately 0–100). The scale is an estimate of the candidate’s ability, which makes scoring comparable by factoring in the question and overall test difficulty, using the Rasch statistical technique.
Marking of this section is automated. Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing does not accept requests for re-marks.
Section 2 is reviewed by the admissions tutor(s) of the Oxford College the candidate has applied to.
TSA Oxford takes place on 2 November 2016 at 09.00. The scheduled start times for international centres will vary, depending on where they are in the world. Most candidates will sit the test at their own school or college. Other candidates can find a centre via the Open Centre Network.
On Monday 16 January 2017, we will issue a PDF Statement of Results to each candidate via our Results Online system. Please note: Results will only be released to candidates who have applied to one of the courses requiring TSA at the University of Oxford. Candidates and centres can download their results online:
Results Online – Candidates
Results Online – Centres
Results are only available for candidates to download for 60 days from the date of issue. After this date we are unable to provide candidates with a re-issue of their Statement of Results document.
Results will be passed to the College at Oxford to which a candidate has applied. The exact use of results varies between the subjects which use the test. For more information, please refer to the website for your chosen course.
Explanation of results
See the most recent explanation here:
Explanation of Results 2016
Explanations of previous years’ results: