Are you aspiring to pursue an Engineering degree from the most prestigious university in the UK – the University of Cambridge? Then, this article might be helpful to you.
ENGAA is the Engineering Admissions Test conducted by the Cambridge Assessments Admission Testing (CAAT). This exam is conducted to determine a candidate’s potential to achieve in an academically demanding undergraduate Engineering degree course. This tests the candidate’s ability to use and apply their scientific and mathematical knowledge.
Candidates applying for the below courses need to take the ENGAA exam.
|Chemical Engineering via Engineering
All the constituent colleges of the University of Cambridge require the ENGAA score for admission to Engineering courses.
ENGAA is a pen-paper test with a duration of 2 hours long. It has two papers. that focuses on testing your knowledge and ability in Mathematics and Physics
The format of the test is
|No of questions
|Part A: Physics and Mathematics Part B: Advanced Physics and Advanced Mathematics
|20 MCQs 20 MCQs
Please note, in ENGAA,
|Deadline for Registration
|29th November 2023
|Pdf statement of Results
COSTS FOR ENGAA
There is no registration cost for taking ENGAA. However, if the candidates are registering via the authorized Centre, the candidates need to pay an administration fee, which depends on the Centre. Request the candidates to check with the individual Centre to confirm the costs.
Please follow the following steps to register for ENGAA.
ENGAA is relatively a new test and hence, the past papers are limited. Hence, it is advised to practice the past papers of ENGAA wisely. In addition, it is advised that the candidates can practice the past papers of PAT (Physics Aptitude Test) for enriching their skills in physics.