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    Hi guys,
    I have applied for this course and I got an interview based around the biological science,
    I didn't know they do access to Medicine so I contacted them and they said that I could come for the interview on the 26th Feb.

    I just wanted to ask if anyone knows what the interview is like as I am really nervous,
    like what kinds of questions do they ask because the interview will be medicine based

    Any info would be a huge help for me

    Thanks guys
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    (Original post by Shaz4271)
    Hi guys,
    I have applied for this course and I got an interview based around the biological science,
    I didn't know they do access to Medicine so I contacted them and they said that I could come for the interview on the 26th Feb.

    I just wanted to ask if anyone knows what the interview is like as I am really nervous,
    like what kinds of questions do they ask because the interview will be medicine based

    Any info would be a huge help for me

    Thanks guys
    Hello! I have applied for this course as well, however, I will not be progressing to medicine (I'm hoping to study chemical engineering *fingers crossed*). From what I have gathered, the interview will be quite informal - so you should expect questions in regards to your ambition to be a doctor (why medicine, what inspired you to pursue the course, your experience in the field <work experience/further reading>) instead of mathematical/biological/chemistry problems. Also, they should inquire about anything you have written in your personal statement. Either way, don't stress about it too much - it is more likely to be a friendly chat about you and your future plans. They want to get a glimpse of you as an individual, see if you're motivated and ambitious enough to be a suitable student for the course. Don't worry, just be yourself *corny, but true* and all will be well. GOOD LUCK! x
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    (Original post by the-cat-lady)
    Hello! I have applied for this course as well, however, I will not be progressing to medicine (I'm hoping to study chemical engineering *fingers crossed*). From what I have gathered, the interview will be quite informal - so you should expect questions in regards to your ambition to be a doctor (why medicine, what inspired you to pursue the course, your experience in the field <work experience/further reading>) instead of mathematical/biological/chemistry problems. Also, they should inquire about anything you have written in your personal statement. Either way, don't stress about it too much - it is more likely to be a friendly chat about you and your future plans. They want to get a glimpse of you as an individual, see if you're motivated and ambitious enough to be a suitable student for the course. Don't worry, just be yourself *corny, but true* and all will be well. GOOD LUCK! x
    Aww thank you so much, this really makes me feel better, I was so scared for this. Thank you and GOOD LUCK TO YOU TOO!! XOX
 
 
 
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