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lol, no i understand what you're getting at! and i guess i used the wrong word....i meant i wasn't confident. anyway *cough*, yes this isn't actually that important now haha!
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Hardcore assessment day for me tomorrow, for which I have to depart at 6.30am :eek: because the firm is holding it at their most northern office, madness. Had a rejection following interview yesterday (disappointed, as I thought it went well, but awaiting feedback), though another interview lined up for next week.

Completely agree with all others that the whole process is mentally draining!
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that would be the coffee!
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I was offered a TC today and I have another assessment day scheduled for next week. I can't decide whether or not to cancel it now because I think I prefer the firm which offered me the contract. But maybe when I visit the second firm I might decide that I like it more. What to do......?
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Easiest answer is to attend the assessment day scheduled at the other firm because it seems you are interested in finding out more about it. Its a great opportunity to find out more about the firm: you're likely to meet current trainees, look around the offices and ask your interviewer(s) questions too.

Also, you have nothing to lose- wish I was in that position!
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I agree with the above - any seed of doubt should mean you go. You write about it as if you're complaining abou the situation - not exactly a bad decision to have to make . Well done.
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Are TC offers exploding?
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Yeah cheers guys. You're right, I'll definitely go to the assessment day. Best of luck to everyone else for Saturday/Monday and with forthcoming interviews.
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No TKR, a SRA best practise guideline says offers should stay open for at least 4 weeks, and firms don't tend to breach such guidelines.
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That's nice.
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Congratulations :tsr2:
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Well done, feels good huh.
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well done!
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Congratulations!
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I got a tc too. I think a lot of firms are getting back to candidates today as tomorrow is a saturday.

good luck guys!
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I'm so jealous...

I know I haven't even applied for any TCs yet, but ... *shrug*
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(Original post by naelse)
I'm so jealous...

I know I haven't even applied for any TCs yet, but ... *shrug*
Hehe I know how you feel, it's horrible to have so much applying and hard work and nerves and possible disappointment waiting ahead of you!
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(Original post by TKR)
Hehe I know how you feel, it's horrible to have so much applying and hard work and nerves and possible disappointment waiting ahead of you!
pah, it was a piece of cake
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interesting that they all chose to get back on the friday and break the guidelines, i always thought law firms were pansies .
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Just found out I've got a TC with my preferred firm in my native North East Hurrah!!!!

How does it work? Will I have to go in and sign something now or is it all just orally agreed until I start in 2009?

Surely something is put in writing and signed now so both parties have some security?!?!
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