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    I have an interview at Loughborough university for Chemical Engineering next week and I am really nervous. I know alot of people have already had interviews for chemeng on the 3rd and 10th of February.

    If you have had an interview there or know anyone who has could you please tell me what the dress code was like, what type of questions were asked and the nature of the interview.

    I hope all your interviews have gone well.
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    (Original post by Bmanpro)
    I have an interview at Loughborough university for Chemical Engineering next week and I am really nervous. I know alot of people have already had interviews for chemeng on the 3rd and 10th of February.

    If you have had an interview there or know anyone who has could you please tell me what the dress code was like, what type of questions were asked and the nature of the interview.

    I hope all your interviews have gone well.
    can you tell me the questions they asked and the dress code please i have an interview next week as well
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    can you tell me the questions they asked and the dress code please i have an interview next week as well
    You can't share/discuss uni interview questions.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    You can't share/discuss uni interview questions.
    so you got the time to say that but never came when op needed you.Secondly where is that stated
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    (Original post by sherfyq)
    so you got the time to say that but never came when op needed you.Secondly where is that stated
    It's standard practice on TSR, but in any case think about it for a minute. Giving specific advice to someone can a) disadvantage the person giving the help because they might be risking their place, and b ) unfairly give an advantage to the recipient.

    Of course it's fine to discuss dress code (usually you should simply wear whatever you feel comfortable in - some will wear suits, most won't), or general points about the experience, but specifics about current questions is not a good idea (or permitted).

    TSR puts up reminders at various times during the year - but yes it should probably be a sticky on the forums.

    Edit to add: here's the standing policy in the site "small print" (although it is reiterated and publicised during the year) - http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/faq....lines_detailed
    "No cheating! TSR is not here to help anyone gain an unfair advantage over others in interviews, academic work or similar."

    By the way, for most unis (not Oxbridge, or for medicine, etc) having an interview means an offer is extremely likely.

    So, congratulations.

    PS.
    http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/school-...es/interviews/
    http://www.lboro.ac.uk/media/wwwlbor...-checklist.pdf
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    (Original post by jneill)
    It's standard practice on TSR, but in any case think about it for a minute. Giving specific advice to someone can a) disadvantage the person giving the help because they might be risking their place, and b ) unfairly give an advantage to the recipient.

    Of course it's fine to discuss dress code (usually you should simply wear whatever you feel comfortable in - some will wear suits, most won't), or general points about the experience, but specifics about current questions is not a good idea (or permitted).

    TSR puts up reminders at various times during the year - but yes it should probably be a sticky on the forums.

    By the way, for most unis (not Oxbridge, or for medicine, etc) having an interview means an offer is extremely likely.

    So, congratulations.

    PS.
    http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/school-...es/interviews/
    http://www.lboro.ac.uk/media/wwwlbor...-checklist.pdf
    thanks alot. Sorry for the ignorance
 
 
 
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