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    has any1 has an interview for nueroscience .im really nervous and wud like some advice please i gotta prepare myself
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    -Probably worth looking over your personal statement and checking you know about everything you said you know about! eg. work experience, extra curricular activites, anything you've read which is relevant to Neuroscience etc.
    -Maybe have a read of your A Level Biology stuff if any of it is to do with the brain or nervous system (just in case).
    -Think about how you can justify why you want to do Neuroscience or what got you interested in the first place.
    -Be able to explain why you want to go to that uni - i.e. read up on the course, how it's taught etc. and know why that course and that uni are better for you than another course or another uni.
    -Look on their admissions website at the qualities they want in an applicant and be able to explain how you meet them.

    Good Luck!
 
 
 
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