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At Oxford, the TSA is administered at its full version, which includes two papers: A paper test with 50 multiple choice questions and an essay writing task. It is used for selecting candidates to the following programs:
At Cambridge, most programs and departments use the multiple choice question section of the test. The Politics, Psychology & Sociology (PPS) program requires only to sit the critical thinking section of the test, which includes 25 questions.
At University College London, European Social and Political Studies also require the multiple choice section of the TSA as part of the application process.