Everyone I know who applied last year got an email in mid-November.
Last year I got an email asking me for interview about half way through November.
The Peterhouse admission blog says "It will be very difficult to rearrange these [interview dates] as the interviewers only have limited availability and the Admissions Tutors see every applicant". Does this mean everyone gets an interview? If it does, I could start buying train tickets now and save quite a lot on them. What does everyone think?
I've got a lot of work on at the moment with coursework, retake revision and things. I really don't wanna to preparing for an interview too far in advance when I might not even get one.
In people's experience how soon before an interview do you get letters? A week? Three days?
What factors do they look at to determine whether or not you get an interview?
I mean, lots of people have pretty much identical grades so I'm assuming they go on PS and references right?
I watched these a few months ago and was reassured by how inexpressive unexciting the 'applicants' seemed.
On the other hand, I've just got one for December 9th/10th, so it must vary quite a bit.