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    I wore a dress, cardigan tights 2 days (different dresses!) and black trousers and a long jumper 1 day. But other people were in jeans and it didn't seem to matter in the slightest, I have a place and so does one of my friends who was never seen out of jeans, and yet another who wore a suit for every interview
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    Seriously, what you wear does not matter in the slightest. All you have to do is to find something that's comfortable. Try to look neat and tidy in whatever type of attire you choose to wear. I wore a pair of black pants, a black T-shirt and a dress that looks like an apron and I got in. (About the apron looking dress..... I was so stressed the night before and chucked that into my bag without thinking :P)
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    I went in smart casual - T-shirt, skirt and tights. It's probably sensible to show the tutors that you care about the interview and haven't just thrown on whatever was lying by your bed, but in the end your clothes are hardly the deciding factor. It's ridiculous to say "I got an offer because I went in a suit."
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    Shirt, tie, smart trousers

    I know it didn't matter but I thought every little helps :p:
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    Don't think Clothes really matter.

    Though For Medicine it seems that everyone wears suits (they did at my interviews) but that applies to all Medicine Interviews so it's more medicine applicants where suits cos its medicine than they do cos its Oxford.
 
 
 
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