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    I've managed to wrangle myself two interviews for both Developmental Biology and Molecular Biology, both at Manchester, and while very happy I am also rather anxious. I had a friend who was interviewed for pharmaceuticals and she said her interview was really hard, with the interviewer asking her some quite indepth questions about rather obscure topics. I was wondering if anybody else has any experiences with Life Science interviews, and were the kind of questions asked the kind I could prepare for with homework or were they really out of the blue?
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    I'm assuming you're applying for an undergrad degree? They will generally want to talk about your interest in the subject and how you developed it and your PS. Be prepared to talk about why this course and uni as well.
 
 
 
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