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    (Original post by Elbear24)
    Does anyone know about the whitechapel capus tour afterwards? I'm trying to book train tickets and knowing when it starts and how long it last will last will be so helpful!
    Thanks.
    The tour is afterwards and isn't compulsory, but may give you an idea of the atmosphere/uni. It was between 30 and 45 mins long
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    (Original post by eemooz)
    The tour is afterwards and isn't compulsory, but may give you an idea of the atmosphere/uni. It was between 30 and 45 mins long
    Okay thanks and did it start straight away? or at set times?
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    (Original post by J-medic77)
    Whoa, I'm also on the 8th at 14.20! which panel are you?
    Panel A!!
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    (Original post by RealLifeEducator)
    About a third for me but will probably differ for each set of interviewers
    How long does the interview last approximately? Is it about 30 minutes?
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    (Original post by FKAsamuel)
    How long does the interview last approximately? Is it about 30 minutes?
    It is usually quite short, between 15 and 20 minutes
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    (Original post by nyka-niliūnas)
    It is usually quite short, between 15 and 20 minutes
    That's short! Ugh i'm so worried, Barts is my dream medical school and I really don't want to mess up after getting to interview stage I'm sure I will be Ok though
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    (Original post by FKAsamuel)
    How long does the interview last approximately? Is it about 30 minutes?
    mine was quite short about 15-20 mins max but my friends was like 30 mins long so it just really depends - not sure what it means :/
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    (Original post by Medhopeful88)
    Got one at 3:25!


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    Mine is at 16.15!
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    Do you need to bring anything with you to the interview?


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    (Original post by Johncenaofficial)
    Do you need to bring anything with you to the interview?


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    Form of ID, it says on My Portal to bring a passport
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    Does anyone know if you're allowed to take in an annotated copy/notes of the article into the interview?
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    Many universities have teaching hospitals... do barts also have teaching hospitals? because of what my research they don't seem to.


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    (Original post by Johncenaofficial)
    Many universities have teaching hospitals... do barts also have teaching hospitals? because of what my research they don't seem to.


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    Yeah, any hospital where clinical teaching takes place is a 'teaching hospital'.

    Hospitals attached to Barts include:
    • The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel
    • St Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield, London
    • Whipps Cross University Hospital, Leytonstone, London
    • Newham University Hospital, Newham, London
    • Homerton University Hospital, Homerton, London
    • Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, Essex
    • Southend University Hospital, Southend, Essex
    • Colchester University Hospital, Colchester, Essex
    • The Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow, Essex
    • Queens Hospital, Romford, Essex
    • King George Hospital, Romford, Essex
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    (Original post by Clubba)
    Yeah, any hospital where clinical teaching takes place is a 'teaching hospital'.

    Hospitals attached to Barts include:
    • The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel
    • St Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield, London
    • Whipps Cross University Hospital, Leytonstone, London
    • Newham University Hospital, Newham, London
    • Homerton University Hospital, Homerton, London
    • Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, Essex
    • Southend University Hospital, Southend, Essex
    • Colchester University Hospital, Colchester, Essex
    • The Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow, Essex
    • Queens Hospital, Romford, Essex
    • King George Hospital, Romford, Essex
    Thank you very much.


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    How long was the interview?
    I'm so nervous
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    Regarding the article, I've read it 5 times and I still don't understand what kind of questions they could ask. It seems as though all the answers are already in the article and I can't come up with any new ideas of my own because the article is informative. Can anyone help me please?


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    (Original post by Johncenaofficial)
    Regarding the article, I've read it 5 times and I still don't understand what kind of questions they could ask. It seems as though all the answers are already in the article and I can't come up with any new ideas of my own because the article is informative. Can anyone help me please?


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    Research the topic of discussion in the article so you are well informed on it when at interview. Try and understand some of the ethics that could arise from the topic in the article and think of your opinion on these ethics. Don't stress out, as long as you're well informed on your article you should be fine!
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    (Original post by FKAsamuel)
    Research the topic of discussion in the article so you are well informed on it when at interview. Try and understand some of the ethics that could arise from the topic in the article and think of your opinion on these ethics. Don't stress out, as long as you're well informed on your article you should be fine!
    I completely understand what you mean however, I can't really research if all of the points possible have been made in the article. I don't see a room for my own input as all of the points have been made in the article. If they had given us a particular statement or topic instead of a very informative article, I think it would've been better. I am literally clueless to what I could possible add.


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    (Original post by Johncenaofficial)
    I completely understand what you mean however, I can't really research if all of the points possible have been made in the article. I don't see a room for my own input as all of the points have been made in the article. If they had given us a particular statement or topic instead of a very informative article, I think it would've been better. I am literally clueless to what I could possible add.


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    If you understand the article then that's great. Everyone was in the same position as you, nobody can know what they're going to ask but I wouldn't stress yourself about it.


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    do medical students play a role in the scoring of the interview?
    wish all of you the best of luck. 4 more days to go.............aaah
 
 
 
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