Cambridge has announced that all the applicants for Economics are required to take TMUA (Test of Mathematics for University Admission), instead of ECAA.
TMUA, the 2.5-hour computer- based test that focuses on mathematical knowledge and mathematical reasoning skills, has also been required for the admission for mathematical-related courses at several universities such as Computer Science at Cambridge, Mathematics with Economics at LSE.
You can find the introduction of TMUA in our previous post:
From this change, we can see that Cambridge economics will focus more on the mathematical aptitude of the candidates. We strongly suggest that applicants start the preparation as early as possible. If you need any help with the preparation, please don’t hesitate to contact us.