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Much clever, very prestige.
Access targets have also been cut.
Read this if you got in
Why did you even bother filling out that UCAS form?
After the Israeli ambassador’s excursion to the Union this week, MARTHA SAUNDERS debates the necessity of ‘taking sides’
Applicants will now be expected to get 2 A*s and an A
Cambridge Students For Life have no place at a fair that’s meant to welcome new students
This week, TIM SQUIRRELL plunges into the sinkhole of insatiable self-criticism.
Two A*s will now be required from students hoping to study a science degree at Cambridge. FRANCESCA EBEL reports.
Under radical new plans, Cambridge University are changing their entrance criteria
Eyebrow plucking, the UL Reading Room and Aled from Radio 1: KATIE MAIR imparts some revision wisdom.
Cambridge opposes the Education Secretary’s planned A-level reforms.
A guide has been published telling students to avoid certain A levels if they want to go to university in a bid to make the system more open.
University is ‘way more important than sitting in a bank and doing a normal job for three years.’ Susan Ann Sulley, member of electro-pop legends THE HUMAN LEAGUE tells KATIE FORSTER about her failed dreams of academia.
Pro footballer Tom Adeyemi has turned down an unconditional offer from Cambridge to pursue his career in League Two.
Gary Lineker has gone on the offensive against a new Cambridge A-level after his son failed to score the grades he needed.
Congratulations from The Tab to all those who made their grades today.
Cambridge has controversially made its first ever A*A*A* offer. The Tab considers the implications for applicants.