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    Hi guys,

    cancelled the first interview at UCL for a place to study English due to illness, and the time has come for my rescheduled one....TOMORROW!

    Aaargh.

    Has anyone else been through the UCL English interview this year/previously? What should I expect? What questions will I be asked? What format will the 'practical criticism' take? Will I have to write one essay or are there a series of questions? What will I be expected to demonstrate? Cross-references and language points and interpretations??

    Thanx!

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    Hi guys,

    cancelled the first interview at UCL for a place to study English due to illness, and the time has come for my rescheduled one....TOMORROW!

    Aaargh.

    Has anyone else been through the UCL English interview this year/previously? What should I expect? What questions will I be asked? What format will the 'practical criticism' take? Will I have to write one essay or are there a series of questions? What will I be expected to demonstrate? Cross-references and language points and interpretations??

    Thanx!
    You got a reply here

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/discussions/viewtopic.php?t=1325
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    Hehe, thanks. You don't know how many threads on how many forums this has been posted! Last minute desperation!

    Thanks again.
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    (Original post by listentourself)
    Hi guys,

    cancelled the first interview at UCL for a place to study English due to illness, and the time has come for my rescheduled one....TOMORROW!

    Aaargh.

    Has anyone else been through the UCL English interview this year/previously? What should I expect? What questions will I be asked? What format will the 'practical criticism' take? Will I have to write one essay or are there a series of questions? What will I be expected to demonstrate? Cross-references and language points and interpretations??

    Thanx!
    good luck, just be sure to come across clear and confident, be prepared to put across you own opinions and agrue them

    (Original post by listentourself)
    Hehe, thanks. You don't know how many threads on how many forums this has been posted! Last minute desperation!

    Thanks again.
    ur welcome
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    Thanks, also I understand it's key to convey your willingness to learn from them whilst also appearing confident in what you already know...if you catch my drift.

    Anyhoo, thanks for the advice...
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    best of luck mate! :-)
 
 
 
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