And by any chance do you know what would be a relatively safe mark to be shortlisted for an interview? I think you really only need to know about SHM. In your opinion, if I am pursuing an engineering degree and plan to go to graduate school, is it better to go to another undergraduate school and then apply for an oxford grad school, or does going to oxford undergrad give me a bigger advantage at getting accepted for oxford grad school? Hi Ma, basic concepts of java and sql they also asked database related questions. I think this question is actually the same as question 15 on the 2014 paper, for which the answer is here: https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/oxford-pat-2014-question-15/. Announcement: SOA releases Fall 2020 ERM, FSA, LTAM, EA2F, and P exams passing candidate numbers . The planets is relatively obvious but I’m not sure what I need to know about the others. But if I were actually sitting the exam I would be inclined to follow it to the letter. drag force SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 13, 2021 — Intel today announced that its board of directors has appointed 40-year technology industry leader Pat Gelsinger as its new chief executive officer, effective Feb. 15, 2021. If one of the masses is much bigger than the other then the answer is almost identical to the one you were taught. ” D times two to the minus t over T”). No I don’t think so. I think I might get a 50 more or less, hbu? What did you mean by questions that can’t be asked which ones do you think won’t be asked? Thank you so much for this invaluable resource – It has been vital to my preparation for the Pat so thank you! In any case, predicted grades aren’t that important, because admission is basically decided by PAT score and then interview performance. I wouldn’t worry too much about minor details of the maths syllabus. ‘Yes’ definitely. 36+16-43=9 so first radius is 3/2. Could you tell me whether we need to know about Mechanical Advantage? If you are interested, I can send you a pack that teaches you how to use a sign table. [To anyone: If you are reading this comment and you’re one of those people, don’t worry, there’s still plenty of time if you work reasonably hard over half term. I’m really pleased to hear that. I read somewhere that the PAT pattern has changed, the MCQs are re introduced. I think other people may find this page really useful for practicing inequalities also: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/Alg/SolveRationalInequalities.aspx. Will you be posting solutions to the 2016 paper? Hi – when will the 2018 solutions be up? Hi Kainaat, Are we expected to know how to integrate and differentiate trig functions? If so, can you ask it on the page for the question? Thanks. Solutions to the 2009 paper can be found here, together with a set of model solutions. Probably ‘no’ I think. Hi, any tips or sites for practicing or contents that we should know for physics and philosophy interview? NOT Negative (Root 3)/2. in 2016 the second most popular question viewed was #22, 2012, which is no surprise because it’s very hard, but the most popular was #21, 2015, which I thought was really easy but actually has caused many people problems); Do you have any file or link about this elementary circuits? The PAT tests how well you can think about problems using only A-level material, you shouldn’t have to do that. And by the way, when you mention: ‘half the remaining drug is excreted every T seconds’, do you mean every hours since the unit of half-life were hour in the question? – Masses connected by a spring on a table If you mean UK, the answer is easy: just do A level Maths, Physics and ideally Further Maths. It’s hard to know exactly what you mean. and also cut off mark to be super low. Oxford University Physics Aptitude Test (PAT), Question 1 Solution. Thank you again. I have understood the problem now. Fitch Solutions / Economics / Middle East / Wed 22 May, 2019 On May 20, the State Bank of Pakistan hiked its benchmark interest rate by 150bps to 12.25%, from 10.75% previously. We also have a page on planetary motion which might be helpful. Also it’s not really in our interests to speculate: if the guess is wrong we look silly; if the guess is right we look dodgy. I just tried to do all the activities even though I wasn’t sure about them, if they give me some points for trying even though I didn’t get the correct answer then I might reach up to a 50. I’m assuming that anyone who applies to sit it will be relatively serious about doing so, and thus have prepared. My PAT performance was partly considered in this process. See, for example, https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/oxford-pat-2012-question-22/. Thank you! I’ve collated the ones I’ve downloaded (2010, 2014, 2015, 2015 sample), if you’re agreeable I could post them here/invite you to the google drive so that you could upload as well? Thanks in advance! Is there a chance they would come up or has the spec changed so that I don’t have to worry? No I don’t think so. resistance I know you’re just trying to help and I don’t want to remove it. Can’t possibly say what a ‘safe’ mark is as it definitely changes from year to year, but it seems to be that around 60-70 is the standard. Ney mate. Yes it is if you’re confused about the equation v^2/r=G(m1+m2)/r^2 (also on the sheet) that adds the masses, this is derived right here on this site: https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/circular-orbits-under-gravity/. I’m afraid I just don’t know the answer to the first question — but I guess it is possible that you could get a question about Archimedes’ principle. BMO1 2018/2019 Solutions; BMO1 2019/2020 Solutions; BMO1 2020/2021 Solutions; All video solutions are subject to the policy on use of BMO1 DVDs. But there’s no need to understand anything more about differential equations, or to know anything about dot or cross products, matrices, or anything else that might be regarded as doing maths with vectors. Hi Dave! Hi, Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. It’s a pleasure — thanks for your contributions and good luck. Have a good night’s sleep. well, you see i found multiple choice questions very easy, but last 4-5 questions IMPOSSIBLE to solve. Absolutely right. I don’t want to engage in contributory copyright infringement so if anybody has good reason why I should remove this link please email me at oxfordpat.wordpress.com@gmail.com and I will delete the link. No matter how the test goes in the end, I just want to say thank you! I know, it is quite annoying to get to the end of a meaty algebraic question to then be bothered by a long division. HCV solutions are intended for students who are solving HC Verma Concepts. Hi, how much do you think do we have to know about oscillations? I hope everyone felt they performed their best and prepared as well as they could under the circumstances; we’ve done it now, and no matter how good or bad, you’re already miles ahead of your physics A-level colleagues. In previous years (and I presume this year) interviews have been held in mid-December, after the end of term. Which extra formula are you referring to? I got an email from my college that made it clear that it was not an invitation to interview, haha! Additionally, I’m not sure exactly what you mean by Biot-Savart law – I think of the awkward vector calculus law on the wiki page, which is most definitely not on syllabus. You shoud do yes, if you have covered C4 anyway. In those days Cambridge had an entrance exam similar to the PAT but with three papers. Instead you need to consider the more general definition relating acceleration a with velocity v, which is that a = dv/dt. 2. Toggle Navigation Edition That’s a good question. So two of the suggested solutions are not valid. You’d think they’d spread them out. Will I need integration by substitution etc? Is it possible to prepare for PAT in 3 weeks and have a competitive score? If you differentiate √t you get (1/2√t), therefore if you differentiate √(2Pt/M), you get √(P/2Mt). Have a look at the syllabus page to be sure, but I think the answer’s no. I do have one question – how do you find the time to do this? this is probably the wrong place to post such a thing, but I just want to thank you for taking personal time to make this great and free website. It is absolutely amazing that somebody has gone out of their way to do so much for others. That’s suprisingly high, how did you find the test? Review past exams and solutions for SOA's exams. I wondered whether you could advise me as to what I sort of revision activities you think would be most effective at this stage: I’ve been doing PAT preparation since the beginning of summer, and I’ve done all the past papers a few times (apart from the most recent one which I’m saving for a mock nearer the time), as well as most of the relevant Physics Olympiad questions and the problems on the Issac Physics website that’s mentioned on the Oxford Physics site. Can’t be bothered with PayPal, but I’ll have a beer in honour of you and all the other users of the site tonight. I think this is on purpose: one of the key skills for a physicist or engineer is to be able to cut through a vague mess of words, spot the real physical situation being described, and produce a simple summary by drawing a diagram or writing down some equations. My Dad started this site because when I was doing the PAT in 2013 there were no free solutions available, and, even worse, lots of the paid ones were incorrect! Check the college website as well, they may have specified if you may be invited for an interview on a different day. What’s the weightage between the UCAS score and PAT score when being considered for an engineering degree. HC Verma Concepts of Physics Solutions Volume 1 and Volume 2 are given here. Just integer powers, although it may be useful to know the formuls for fractional powers as it can be easier than the binomical expansion. The Oxford Physics course is really good — I hope you enjoy it. I thank you for such a beautiful initiative to provide very authentic solutions to the PAT questions. How many mark do you think you’d lose if your answer is a root that is equal to 8 but not neatly worked out? unless otherwise stated. Thank you for this webpage, it has been really helpful. That said, it’s totally fair game for them to give you the information and ask you to solve a question about it. However I often get an exact answer like e.g. There weren’t any hard graph sketching questions (although I did miss some questions because I didn’t study those parts, haha). Thank you once again for the help you’ve provided , Thanks for your kind words. Again, thank you so much for all the help. i got 0/9 on sound waves Thank you so much for your comment: all the effort that I have put in to this site is made worthwhile by the knowledge that it has been useful. Hi Temi, Thanks. Remember, it’s not an exam, it’s a face-to-face dialogue, so if you have never learnt some specific details then that will be obvious, and not too big a deal. PAT 2019 paper solutions. I will put together a suitable package for next year and link to it in the front page. It’s important to look at the syllabus and make sure that you cover it (and don’t spend too much time covering things not on the syllabus). No problem, I always got stuck on the gravity questions too! Hi Eleanor. sylabus does say levers and there have been some questions about rotations so im very confused. Marco, you’re absolutely right — it’s really helpful to have errors like this pointed out, so thanks very much. The process took 2 days. I think that’s it as far as angular momentum is concerned. how much do we need to know regarding integration and differentiation? Well, I guess my dream of getting into Oxford won’t become true. Do I have to know everything about them or it is enough a superficial understanding? Well done everyone. Is it still worth knowing as there has been questions on it in previous years. I have managed to work out the velocity (I think it’s correct) which is sqrt(2PT/M). I’m sorry but without more information I just don’t know! I just had a quick question in terms of a topic that might come up. Would you recommend I only focus on the A2 content and get it out of the way as soon as possible or do PAT prep alongside learning the A2 content? Thank you, I hope I’ll manage to do it all by myself. I’ve noticed the PAT likes to use really complicated pulley systems, and I’m still struggling to understand the question from the 2014 paper on motors and Pulleys. Your aim is to make it easy for the examiner to give you marks. I copied your other spot to the question itself — thanks a lot for that too. I’m more comfortable with reflection of plane mirrors but I might have missed a few key details, do you have any tips/resources leading to any possible reading on this? a mistake) I know that there won’t be incorrect copies circulating, because everyone gets the answers from a single server; If you have a spare hour, you might as well learn them. I think really all you’d need to know would be in your A-level physics textbooks. All in all, I think the paper was fundamentally difficult (as you’d expect with an Oxford entrance exam), but there were no “standout” impossible questions like the last question in 2012 for example or like the binary star system question last year… what on Earth was that!! I think I counted 6 9 mark questions?? What is the Weightage to MCQs? You have played a huge part in getting me an offer for engineering at Oxford ! No I can’t — but I guess the example paper goes through less of a review process than the actual exam, so this could have squeaked through. You make a good point about being able to study where there is no internet, so I’ve made a local copy of the site that it’s possible to download to your machine and use offline. All of the questions are here in their relevant exam paper though. This particular paper that we just sat is representative of what the PAT should be about. I’m afraid I actually don’t know any at an appropriate level. I don’t even have access to the paper yet so certainly won’t be doing solutions any time soon. HC Verma Concepts of Physics Solutions, Objective HCV Solutions, Numerical Problems, Worked out Examples, Multiple Choice q&a and Short Answer Solutions. I’m pleased to say that I received an offer for physics yesterday! Physics Aptitude Test 2019 paper solutions. Have a look at https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/#comment-769 and the link in the subsequent thread. From what I remember, here is a list of multiple choice questions and longer questions from the test: differentiation Wah…impressive web! So make sure you look at the othr changes to the syllabus and ensure that you are studying things that are still covered. Hello I was wondering around what mark would cut off be for the 2017 Sample Paper? Force is the rate of change of momentum with respect to time. I didn’t rearrange for x or state that this was the final answer (I thought the final answer would be in terms of M also). i am begging for some good help. see https://www.gnu.org/software/wget/manual/html_node/Advanced-Usage.html) but very useful …. Hi Nial, Hello, I was wondering if it is worth while learning M3 Circular Motion for the test. A catapult as shown projects a particle on a smooth horizontal surface. What do you guys think you got overall? Seriously why are you so worried? Thanks. As I am studying A level maths I won’t study this topic by the 30th of October unless I do so independently. Thousands of top scorers on the AMC 8 have used our Introduction series of textbooks, Art of Problem Solving Volume 1, and Competition Math for Middle School to prepare for the AMC 8. Bc the older Pats (around 2010) have a lot of higher sin cos and tan in them, and radiants. There might be something on admissions? in last 3 questions : and btw don’t forget about circle and differentiation of circle equation. whats your thought guys? The PAT is done and dusted, and now all we have to do is wait for results. Without this site it wouldn’t have been possible, so I would like to thank the admin(s) very much! I think it once came up in a 2006 paper. The date for the test is 5 November 2020.. Changes to the PAT: As you may notice when going through past papers, the PAT … Other than that, looking at what has been asked in exams, I expect it means just knowing the planets and what order they’re in – basic general knowledge really. Hi, glad you think it’s useful. Basically yes. Hi — I’ve updated the front page with some contact details. Therefore, if it is maths and it’s a surd, it’s a good idea to keep it exact. Same path. (4) the first thing many people do when they get hold of a file is print it out. Like you I can only remember 9 non-multiple choice questions, but hopefully the ones I can’t remember you can. My PAT went well. Thank you. Honestly really appreciate it! Hello, I’ve covered most of the syllabus except a few things under optics especially on elementary properties of lenses and prisms. Does this mean I have to convert it to decimal? It sounds like you are really well-prepared. And if you can sketch confidently it kind of makes you look like a badass . May God bless you. My only advice is — stop working, have a rest and get a decent night’s sleep. It’s now asking about acceleration and I used V = u +at and substituted into the kinetic energy equation, where U = 0. The point of the PAT is, much like the interview, to determine how you think, and whether how you think is compatible with what Oxford wants. I have one question though; on the front of the paper it mentions that we need to answer to 2 s.f. Of course, I have been working hard to earn those achievements. Thanks. This is all hypothetical of course but I honestly just need some deeper understanding of what I should do. parametric equations And I think it was about deriving something about refraction at a boundary. Have a look at the front cover of the paper: http://www2.physics.ox.ac.uk/sites/default/files/2011-02-14/pat_2016_paper_pdf_21115.pdf. Hey guys does anyone know when the results for PAT are typically released? It’s not that hard to solve this equation and “knowledge of elementary mathematics will be assumed”. Have a look at the syllabus on the Oxford website. The isotope is incorporated into a drug, half of which is excreted by the body every two hours. As ever, you can check the syllabus at https://www2.physics.ox.ac.uk/study-here/undergraduates/applications/physics-aptitude-test-pat/pat-syllabus . As far as plane mirrors are concerned, it’s a shame that there has hardly ever been a PAT question on this subject so there isn’t much to revise. ( Log Out / Hey! Well I’m not quite sure, I’ll probably get less. I’m applying for engineering so is the PAT score required going to be lower than the one for Physics? OK great thank you for testing it out. – Comparing the speeds of stars in binary and triple star systems (Arccos(1/2)=pi/3), Thanks very much for the amazing website, it’s a great help. Yours faithfully, Alex Jones 3) i do three subjects chem math and physics if i do further maths it can only be AS maths as my school does not even offer as further maths, would i need to show a predicted grade for this as i do not have the grade for AS further maths because i didnt do any of the modules or do i need it at all? If they try to stop you after 1 hour and 20 I would point to the big writing on the front of the paper. Also in Q.19, Cos.wt = Positive (Root 3)/2 only. Have you tried trawling through their website? I guess the examiners would consider that a full understanding of “distance, velocity, speed, acceleration, and the relationships between them. On the physics questions, you are right: many of the questions are quite wordy and describe some complex situations. With the spring question, just resolve horizontally on mass m. If F(spring)=kx, where the x is the extension, then for the mass to move this force needs to be greater than the frictional force, so the first instant it moves is when Fr(mumg) =kx, then you rearrange to get x=fr/k. Thank you . In this case, it was for last minute studying right before the PAT on the train where there was no internet. Do you know whether compasses (the drawing tool) are allowed on the PAT? The test went well enough thanks to your helpful answers! I hope it all went well. Hi George, thanks for your question. I’m not convinced that it’s a good idea to have collated answers in files, because: Thank you so much, that’s very kind. Thank you for putting me at ease about further maths, but would it hinder my application in anyway even thoug Oxford require only 3 alevels, In the next part of the question, working out the distance travelled (call it s), you need to use the definition v = ds/dt, therefore s = ∫v dt. If the original equation was in the form 2x^2 + 2(a+b)x + 2ab, it could be factorised into 2(x+a)(x+b), and so the equation with equal roots was (x+a)(x+b). Hi Beth — thanks for your suggestion and your offer to share what you’ve done. Evaluate yourself against 7,00,000+ aspirants in a real-test environment and get powerful analytics-driven test results which focuses on your weaknesses and areas of improvement. integrals will i recieve an official letter or just an email from oxford in the late nov.- early dec. Not sure. (Covered in all the many mechanics points). I’m afraid I can’t answer with total confidence as I don’t mark it. Would we be fine if we said something like pi(sqrt(4x^2))/sqrt(3)? They’re quite simple and you might end up using them in your a level maths exams. I hope you will continue with this work and I wish to support you by making a donation. Physics Aptitude Test (PAT ) 2019, Problem 6- Solution, University of Oxford Admission Test. Yes I think you’re right. I struggled a bit with inequalities, expecially the one on the 2015 paper. i would recommend you look at the old (1995) A level books, everything in general is discussed best in there. The longer you spend actively doing the right kind of problems the better you tend to get at them. I checked the changes to the spec but couldn’t find any mention. I’d learn it just in case. I don’t know much about the A level modules, but by googling around I think for at least some boards this is covered in C1 (see https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/A-level_Mathematics/OCR/C1/Error_bounds_and_Inequalities#Solving_Inequalities_involving_Fractions). Could you please tell me, taking into account the new syllabus, if I have to know these things: The equation of the i-v graph for a diode; On the minus side, this looks a bit stupid and takes some time; on the plus side, it’s only 2sf. Hi, I’m really glad the site has been useful. To answer your second question, yes, the refractive index of a material can change (a little bit) depending on the wavelength of the light, and the speed of the light through the material changes accordingly (because c doesn’t change). Thoughts? Specific topics within these? Omfg same here but its probs wrong cuz ik exactly what we both did wrong. spring It’s a real pleasure. http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/applying-to-oxford/interviews/interview-timetable. Yes you are right. The only result you get is whether or not you are invited for interview. Which ones are needed, product, quotient, chain? Rotational symmetry you won’t be allowed to know about, but it is useful to understand how you can use symmetry to find places where the current in a link is zero. So yes, ‘the plank will remain balanced’ because the centre of mass of the plank and student combined will not move. I found the style of qs very different from the past few years. PAT Past Papers . (Not explicitly mentioned anywhere). c3 c4? The minimum notice is 1 week before the assigned interview dates for your course, which have been published on Oxford’s website, if you haven’t heard from them by then, you should email your college. It has a bunch of physics problem that should increase your intuition and problem solving ability. I don’t actually know any better than you about what to do here. Finally, if you are short of time and you are in any doubt about what to cover, then focus on mechanics. Ask as many questions as you like. Great resource but you already knew that . Trigonometric substitution when solving integrals; I just finished the PAT test 2020. Imagine reducing the length of the string somehow while still spinning the mass; no force is acting parallel to the velocity of the mass, so the momentum of the mass can’t change, and so its speed has to stay the same. Question 1 and 2 solutions. Thanks for your reply; I just looked at the new specimen paper, and they now say to give your answer in simplest terms unless otherwise stated. The last equation uses the definition v=ωr and the third equation. Is physics over 1 day or several days? For example, I think the phrase above covers knowing that velocity = d(distance)/dt, acceleration = d²(distance)/dt², and force = mass x acceleration; given this knowledge, plus Hooke’s law, you can derive the differential equation md²x/dt² = -kx for a mass-spring system. Physics Aptitude Test (PAT ) 2019, Problem 5- Solution, University of Oxford Admission Test, Physics Aptitude Test (PAT) 2019 Problem 11, Solution, PAT 2019, Oxford University Admission Test, Problem 3 Solution, Get Online Tutors Worldwide from your home, PAT( Physics Aptitude Test) 2019 University of Oxford paper solutions. If the string is shortened then the mass will rotate faster. I’d also like to give my thanks – your website was extremely helpful for me and I found out on Wednesday that I’ve been offered a place to read Physics! It offer a lot of help to me! Here it is: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3Ih-llX8PqqczNwSEtxMmRVMzA/view?usp=sharing. I struggled, and couldn’t at all do the parametric equations question, or the sound wave one. I’d quite like to see the questions again, I found it very hard! Are you expected to memorise the wavelengths corresponding to the various parts of the EM Spectrum? I got V3 = (2sqrrt2)/(sqrrt3) times V2. The Practical Assessment Task (PAT) in Computer Applications Technology (CAT) is a research project that provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate your information management skills. I have done most of my PAT past papers ( left one for the final mock) and AS challenge papers and are currently unsure what to do next. The second equation comes about when you assume that the orbit is circular so that you can equate the first equation for force with the equation for force in circular motion, F=mv^2/r – you should get GMm/r^2=mv^2/r. ], Hi, do you have any good sources to learn more about pulleys, such as the ones that come up in q15 of PAT 2014? Well done and enjoy your time in Oxford. You should learn how to sketch graphs for an eventual interview anyway as I’ve been told it’s a ‘go-to’ maths question. I would be very greatful for any advice on how to tackle this question. Well done! You are making me emotional! I haven’t been able to derive an equation to describe the rate of change when 2 simultaneous change happening at the same time. 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 were a piece of cake compared to this one, therewas only about 1 or 2 hard questions that I really struggled with, and about 2 or 3, 8 mark questions too. I feel like the UK definition of what engineering science is and what the US definition is is different but honestly, I have no idea. Thank you so so much for this resource! Did you already get the results and where do you see them? None of the questions require any special knowledge, it just changes what the relative focus is on so I really wouldn’t worry about it. 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