Resources for offer holders

Advice

The Oxford Study Skills Centre has put together a slide show of advice for Offer Holders at Oxford designed to help you think about tackling your exams and preparing to come to university. (Click the video below to watch the slide show.) We’ll be publishing further advice for offer holders in the coming weeks, so check back soon!

Recommended books

Nosh for Students: a fun student cookbook.
May, Joy. 5th ed., inTRADE Ltd, 2018.

This book offers quick, budget-friendly recipes that are adapted to the student kitchen, requiring only basic utensils and no ‘gadgets and gizmos’. So, if you want to avoid eating Mars bars and toast for an entire term, try this easy-to-use cookbook and get busy cooking proper food! Also check out the vegetarian and ‘quick & easy’ editions of the cookbook.

The Oxford Tutorial : ‘Thanks, You Taught Me How to Think’.
Palfreyman, David. OxCHEPS, 2001.
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Tutorial teaching is an important part of the Oxford degree. In this edited volume, the contributing authors (current or former Oxford tutors… maybe even one of your future tutors!) present their own experiences and critiques of the Oxford tutorial and shed light on the Oxford tutorial both as a teaching practice and a pedagogical theory.