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    (Original post by trisectedangle)
    Hey guys, is it more likely that those of us who've not heard from Barts about our A100 outomes, are accepted rather than rejected? I've not heard from them yet. Hope to hear from them tomorrow (Thursday)!!
    I would say more chance of getting an offer because barts has already handed out so many rejections. But only time will tell. Is it just me or is it true that Barts is rejecting more people that it is giving offers?
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    (Original post by 2272)
    I wasn't asked anything on my ps. + I didn't speak out my work experience once throughout my interview, because they never asked me.
    But I was fortunate enough to get an offer (yr 13) so I think they were less harsh on me compared to the graduates. But I think my article went really well which is what saved me, I think.
    Why are you asking, if you don't mind me asking :P
    Ah first of congratulations and thank you for your reply....


    Hmm.. This is quite unique but I am not surprised if your article went well as most things can be taken from the ps and reference anyway jus by reading...

    I am asking because this approach felt like a really strange ........for obvious reasons


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    (Original post by 2272)
    I wasn't asked anything on my ps. + I didn't speak out my work experience once throughout my interview, because they never asked me.
    But I was fortunate enough to get an offer (yr 13) so I think they were less harsh on me compared to the graduates. But I think my article went really well which is what saved me, I think.
    Why are you asking, if you don't mind me asking :P
    Just because you weren't asked specifically about work experience, doesn't mean you don't talk about it. The best candidates are ones who can link the questions they give with your work experience and reflect upon them.
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    Keep the faith everyone
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    (Original post by jack_smith969)
    Just because you weren't asked specifically about work experience, doesn't mean you don't talk about it. The best candidates are ones who can link the questions they give with your work experience and reflect upon them.
    No you are right and clearly they must have said something which warranted an offer...
    This is not the point I am considering at all but I am drawing a conclusion which I am reluctant to share at the moment for the exact reason that it will be misunderstood right now... So it's best to ignore the reasoning behind the questions for now


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    (Original post by hello101)
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    Thank you for ur reply it is really helpful ...
    I am sorry to hear about ur rejection...
    I was also rejected ;-(

    People plze keep replying to my query


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    i remember thinking after the interview that it's clear they had not read my ps. I talked a little about work experience with respect to the article. I'm a year 13 and they decided to give me an offer so I think the article must have gone well.
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    (Original post by hello101)
    Thanks for your reply

    Ah sorry to hear about ur rejection ...

    Happened to me as well ...



    ...people please keep replying o my query if they could remeber that their interviewers didnt ask any questions on ps and reference at the interview ...
    Please also share ur background ( eg a level / gap / grad etc) and if u have heard back ( postivie / negative / nothin )
    Many many thanks


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    hey! I'm an international student. they actually came to HK to conduct their interviews. they told me that they were asking everyone the same set of questions that day. so I wasn't asked about my personal statement.


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    (Original post by hello101)

    ...people please keep replying o my query if they could remeber that their interviewers didnt ask any questions on ps and reference at the interview ...
    Please also share ur background ( eg a level / gap / grad etc) and if u have heard back ( postivie / negative / nothin )
    Many many thanks


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    I'm a gap year student with an offer from Bart's.
    I was asked about my ps in my interview as I am a national + international level ice skater, they wanted to know how I could bring what I had learnt from this into a medical career. They also asked about my work experience.


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    Any skl leavers with a levels with offers?


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    (Original post by Minnerz)
    Any skl leavers with a levels with offers?


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    Yeah there were few in the beginning but haven't seen any after Friday.

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    (Original post by hello101)
    Ok ; this is very interesting for me ....
    Firstly thank you for your response and secondly i am wondering if you have heard back if so would u share this and whether it was positive or negative ; also a little about your background ( a level / graduate / gap year )

    People please keep replying to my question ... Whether they could remember of their interviewers didn't ask anything with regrads to ps and reference...



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    I haven't heard anything yet! Just out of curiousity have many other a level or gap year students heard back?
    Also, am I at a disadvantage for not being questioned about my personal statement?
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    (Original post by jameshugh)
    I haven't heard anything yet! Just out of curiousity have many other a level or gap year students heard back?
    Also, am I at a disadvantage for not being questioned about my personal statement?
    Are you an A level year 13 student or re applicant?

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    When I applied to A100 last year, I remember Barts had a very clear pattern. They gave grad offers first. Then gap students. Then A-level students. Then rejections.
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    (Original post by oz40)
    When I applied to A100 last year, I remember Barts had a very clear pattern. They gave grad offers first. Then gap students. Then A-level students. Then rejections.
    Yeah but this year they seem to follow no pattern. I have seen more rejections than offers.


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    Let Momo formally open today's Barts thread with a 'Hello'

    Less than two and a half hours until our fate is decided.

    Let the games begin folk!
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    (Original post by momo26396)
    Let Momo formally open today's Barts thread with a 'Hello'

    Less than two and a half hours until our fate is decided.

    Let the games begin folk!
    May the odds be ever in our favour!

    Goodluck everyone!

    *NAILBITING INTENSIFIES*
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    (Original post by Amir Palermo)
    May the odds be ever in our favour!

    Goodluck everyone!

    *NAILBITING INTENSIFIES*
    Here here my dear
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    (Original post by momo26396)
    Let Momo formally open today's Barts thread with a 'Hello'

    Less than two and a half hours until our fate is decided.

    Let the games begin folk!
    What do you mean two and a half hours?!
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    (Original post by jameshugh)
    What do you mean two and a half hours?!
    The window of 4.30 - 5.00 is traditionally the time that Barts sends its offers/rejections.
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    Feel so anxious here!
 
 
 
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