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    (Original post by Rob310591)
    Had an Offer for Clinical Biochem for Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust! Over the moon
    Hi Rob! Congrats on your offer! Im last years HEFT trainee- it's a great place to train X
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    (Original post by BlueSheep32)
    Congratulations! I'm based at the QE, and Optimist.Prime is at Sandwell (and I'm sure Heartlands' current first year is on here too but I can't remember her username), so we might see you around if you end up on the Birmingham MSc course
    That sounds lovely! I'm still in shock though from the offer haha!
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    (Original post by Aadq)
    Hi Rob! Congrats on your offer! Im last years HEFT trainee- it's a great place to train X
    Thank you! I'm so overwhelmed and over the moon! Such an exciting time!!
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    Accepted an offer from Addenbrookes for Genomics! Over the moon
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    Did anyone else get an offer for Audiology in North Wales? I think there's two of us
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    Anyone here got Genomics at Sheffield?
    I will be the other trainee there - am absolutely over the moon as this was my first choice, I cannot believe it!!! On top of the world I have visited the department a few times and it seems fantastic, on top of that I can commute which means I won't need to sell my house!

    For everyone that didn't get through, my condolences - I know how you feel, last year I failed to get in and was gutted. I think a lot of people try multiple times - come back next year with your experience and ace it!

    For those on reserve - I've been told I had until midday Weds to accept/hold my offer. So I imagine a few more offers will come out on Weds when offers expire/get declined - keep a look out!
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    (Original post by jamiehuggett)
    Is anyone else an In Service applicant? I applied for Medical Physics in service, and still waiting to hear on an offer. I was hoping I'd find out sooner as I'm not in competition with anyone for a place, but apparently I'm having to wait as long as everyone else! This wait is killing me!!!
    I'm an in-service applicant for reproductive science and haven't heard anything yet either! I guess we might be at the end of the list?

    Fingers crossed we hear something soon!
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    Vascular offers not being released until Wednesday!!! I think i'll have lost the plot by then!!

    An em,ail to say that this morning would have been appreciated!
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    (Original post by welly909)
    Vascular offers not being released until Wednesday!!! I think i'll have lost the plot by then!!
    How do you know this?
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    (Original post by stp2015)
    Anyone here got Genomics at Sheffield?
    I will be the other trainee there - am absolutely over the moon as this was my first choice, I cannot believe it!!! On top of the world I have visited the department a few times and it seems fantastic, on top of that I can commute which means I won't need to sell my house!

    For everyone that didn't get through, my condolences - I know how you feel, last year I failed to get in and was gutted. I think a lot of people try multiple times - come back next year with your experience and ace it!

    For those on reserve - I've been told I had until midday Weds to accept/hold my offer. So I imagine a few more offers will come out on Weds when offers expire/get declined - keep a look out!
    Hey super well done on the offer☺☺ i was just wondering, as you didnt get in first time what would you recommend to someome who wants to apply agai next year? What sort of experience did you get? I applied to neurophysiology not genomics but general advice would be great!
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    (Original post by Tees28)
    How do you know this?
    Just got an email! Still no news on Cardiac though... it's getting late!
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    Hello All, I got reserve for Clinical Engineering. Does anyone know if there is any way to know your number on the waiting list? Wish I knew if there is some one from last year who was offered from reserve. I know it would totally be dependent on people having offers. But still, just trying to figure out if I should still have hope.
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    I'm on reserve list for medical physics..too bad but there is still hope! A question for the other applicants of med phys, to people who applied last year and maybe to someone who is working for NHS: what did/would you do to follow the path of medical physics and maybe wait for the STP next year? Where can you get some experience in this field or in a related one? Anyway congratulations to everyone who got an offer!!! Best of luck for who is still waiting!
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    (Original post by ellie_203)
    The wait is unbearable!
    I can't take another day of this! I'm not hopeful we're going to hear anything more today though, it's already 5 gutted!
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    Just got another email and got excited but still no news!

    Dear ApplicantPlease note we are unable to respond to individualrequests for rank position and scores due to the sheer volume of potentialrequests.
    This information will be available on Oriel in duecourse.
    RegardsNational School of Healthcare Science Recruitment Team
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    (Original post by Galina1)
    Hey super well done on the offer☺☺ i was just wondering, as you didnt get in first time what would you recommend to someome who wants to apply agai next year? What sort of experience did you get? I applied to neurophysiology not genomics but general advice would be great!
    Thank you In terms of experience I'm still at the same job I was last time I applied - what I did between last year and this one was -
    - organised visits myself to departments - this let me see a lot more than you see on just an open day and also got me some useful contacts
    - went all-out revising for the interview - took 2 weeks annual leave to prep
    - focused a lot on the 'tell me about a time you did this' type q's on my prep. Last year I revised the specialism stuff a lot but overlooked how much time I should invest in thinking of examples that show me in a good light beforehand
    - at interview they don't know your form/work experience - so in my answers I made sure to mention "When I organised my own visit to the department..." or "During my current job as lab manager..." so they knew my experience

    Good luck if you re-apply next year, it can be done!! I did terribly the first year at interview and never dreamed I would make it this year.
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    (Original post by Rob310591)
    Thank you! I'm so overwhelmed and over the moon! Such an exciting time!!
    Feel free to message me if you have any questions 😄
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    (Original post by stp2015)
    Thank you In terms of experience I'm still at the same job I was last time I applied - what I did between last year and this one was -
    - organised visits myself to departments - this let me see a lot more than you see on just an open day and also got me some useful contacts
    - went all-out revising for the interview - took 2 weeks annual leave to prep
    - focused a lot on the 'tell me about a time you did this' type q's on my prep. Last year I revised the specialism stuff a lot but overlooked how much time I should invest in thinking of examples that show me in a good light beforehand
    - at interview they don't know your form/work experience - so in my answers I made sure to mention "When I organised my own visit to the department..." or "During my current job as lab manager..." so they knew my experience

    Good luck if you re-apply next year, it can be done!! I did terribly the first year at interview and never dreamed I would make it this year.
    By visits to department's do you mean just work experience in labs or actually working there? If just work experience how did you orgainse it?
    Also are there any example 'tell me about a time you did this' questions?
    Thank you for all your advice ☺ really useful ill keep it in mind for next time. And thank you i really hope so haha.
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    Congrats to anyone who got a job!! Did everyone get the same start date of 01/09/2016?
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    (Original post by joycejoy)
    Hello All, I got reserve for Clinical Engineering. Does anyone know if there is any way to know your number on the waiting list? Wish I knew if there is some one from last year who was offered from reserve. I know it would totally be dependent on people having offers. But still, just trying to figure out if I should still have hope.
    Hey, same here I got reserve for clinical engineering too. I heard that last year for clinical engineering just 1 person from the reserve list got moved up to an actual offer. I hope they release the rank list soon!
 
 
 
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