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    Hi all

    Got an interview to do MA Social Work, my interview is 3 weeks to Monday and i'm really nervous!!!

    It says on my pack that I need to select a piece of academic literature on social work or a closely related field, and study it in depth. During the interview I will be asked to respond to questions about the book, chapter or article I have selected.

    Does anyone have any recommendation about which academic literature I should study? I did my undergraduate in Childhood Studies and currently working for social services children's department thus want to follow in that direction regarding my chosen piece of work to study.

    During the day of my interview I will be subjected to a group discussion, individual interview and written test.

    If anyone has any advice or tips on their past experience with social work interviews that would be great
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    were is ur interview
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    It's at Bangor, a week to today! :/
 
 
 
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