(Original post by livvyess)
I'm surprised it's so popular at your school! I go to a 6th form college with 2,500 students between 16 and 19, and there are only 19 people doing A2 RS... and only four of us are applying to do Theology or Religious Studies at uni! It's nice to come on here and see other people interested in the subject though
theres only 100 people in my year and 40 do RS, about 12 are applying for it at uni i think... tbf it is a catholic college where pretty muchh everyone is half irish and catholic
i think Theo is top - a hidden gem, any way we dont want too many people doing it now do we? less competition the better!
(Original post by Xæthon)
Can't wait :3 What else did you do there apart from have a one on one talk? Also.....what sort of clothes did people wear? xD
You also hear a talk about the department and have a realllly quick tour of the campus, kinda pointless if youd already been to the open day. Kind of felt like it was a bit of a waste of time tbh particularly since i live below london and so had to spend about 9 hours travelling AND had to be at work at 7.45 the next day pretty much all for a 15-20 minute interview (although mine last about 30 mins, we lost track of time!)
clothes wise it was a group of 7 girls so I can only talk for them but some people were quite smart. I was in jeans but went for a studenty smart casual look.
i think if you go in a suit you kinda look a bit silly tbh, no student would ever wear on to a seminar and thats what youre being interviewed for.
Best advice I was given was they are interviewing you to see whether they would enjoy teaching you so just act like a student would... hmm sounded better when the person who said it to me said it... hopefully you get the idea!