“Can a thermostat think?”
“How would you organise a successful revolution?”
“How can I poison someone without discovery?”
“Is Shakespeare a rebel?”
“Should there be laws on light bulbs?”
“Can statues move?”
Here’s a review of a book, by John Farndon, containing some excellent Oxbridge practise interview questions, and a great explanation of why they ask them.
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