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    I had a primary education interview at Reading university today for Art, the thing is the writing task was 'What makes an excellent teacher, use your experience to explain what you can draw from this'

    I answer in alot of depth with lots of revelant points.. but the thing is I crossed out little bits in quite alot of the sentences, as it wasn't lined paper I had to put crosses downwards to indicate the starting line below for a couple of sentences. It was readable though.. I am just worried the presentation looks really rubbish!! the individual interview went fine the interviewer said it was good but now I am worried this may increase the possibility of rejection.

    We had up to an hour to do the task and it seemed quite informal.. we were working on it as other people were being interviewed. Am I just stressing or is the presentation for this vital????

    As long as it was clear, legible and written in good English with proper punctuation, grammar etc. You have nothing to worry about
    Anyway there's no point in stressing yourself out about it now, just wait and see how you did. Good Luck! x
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