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    Basically, I have an interview on the 27th of Jan. Just have a couple of questions and would appreciate it if anyone could answer them...

    1. I live in london so i was wondering whether or not it would be cheaper to drive or take a train.
    2. Because my interview is in the morning, i'm think about maybe staying a night in a hotel (premier inn is just half a mile away from the campus).
    3. What do i wear to the interview? :confused: (sounds like a weird question, but I genuinely have no idea)

    Thanks to anyone who helps
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    Where is it?

    1. Depends on where it is.
    2. Stay in a hotel instead of driving/travelling in the morning.
    3. Whatever you feel comfortable in. A suit is fine, shirt and tie fine, hell, I went to my Law one at Oxford in jeans and a jumper. Just leave the thong at home.
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    (Original post by micky022)
    Where is it?

    1. Depends on where it is.
    2. Stay in a hotel instead of driving/travelling in the morning.
    3. Whatever you feel comfortable in. A suit is fine, shirt and tie fine, hell, I went to my Law one at Oxford in jeans and a jumper. Just leave the thong at home.
    Physics at Leeds, then i have to go to Warwick.

    I'm thinking of jeans and a jumper with maybe a blazer...
    It's about a 200 mile drive, which takes around 3 1/2 hours... the train takes 2 hours 10 mins.
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    Physics at Leeds, then i have to go to Warwick.

    I'm thinking of jeans and a jumper with maybe a blazer...
    It's about a 200 mile drive, which takes around 3 1/2 hours... the train takes 2 hours 10 mins.
    Take the train. Book well in advance, save a packet.
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    Take the train. Book well in advance, save a packet.
    thanks for the advice... premier inn is charging £54 for the night and the train is £22 (incl. Return), although, (not trying to sound like a snobby d*ck), but the economy class on the train is, in my opinion, just awful. the first class cabin is obviously better and i'm thinking is it worth to cough up an extra £70 for the journey?:confused:
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    (Original post by air-ninety-one)
    thanks for the advice... premier inn is charging £54 for the night and the train is £22 (incl. Return), although, (not trying to sound like a snobby d*ck), but the economy class on the train is, in my opinion, just awful. the first class cabin is obviously better and i'm thinking is it worth to cough up an extra £70 for the journey?:confused:
    No its not worth it Just go standard class and put your ipod in.
 
 
 
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