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    Who has had their interview for Adult Nursing and can tell me what to expect?
    I am not nervous about the tests, I am just worried about the interview process
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    Had mine yesterday, it wasn't too bad - I found the English more difficult but I always do - and the interview was a group one.
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    (Original post by vrm99)
    Had mine yesterday, it wasn't too bad - I found the English more difficult but I always do - and the interview was a group one.
    what kid of english questions was it an essay?
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    Hi, how did your interview went? I have mine in two weeks, I'm worried as I've only got this chance if I get declined I have to choose a different course Can you tell what to expect, please
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    (Original post by Miyuki63)
    Hi, how did your interview went? I have mine in two weeks, I'm worried as I've only got this chance if I get declined I have to choose a different course Can you tell what to expect, please
    Hi,
    Have a read through if any information the university has sent you or has on their website to check if you have an English and/or maths test. Some universities allow a calculator and some don't. There is an article on here called 15 interview tips for nursing and midwifery you may find useful.
    Practise some questions you may be asked. Think about your strengths and weaknesses, why you want to study nursing & particularly the branch you have chosen, relevant experience, the role of a nurse, latest nursing and healthcare news and why you have chosen that university.
    On the day dress smart, arrive on time and mix with other applicants to combat the nerves! Think positive and smile.
    I hope this helps and good luck.
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    (Original post by mel_l218)
    Hi,
    Have a read through if any information the university has sent you or has on their website to check if you have an English and/or maths test. Some universities allow a calculator and some don't. There is an article on here called 15 interview tips for nursing and midwifery you may find useful.
    Practise some questions you may be asked. Think about your strengths and weaknesses, why you want to study nursing & particularly the branch you have chosen, relevant experience, the role of a nurse, latest nursing and healthcare news and why you have chosen that university.
    On the day dress smart, arrive on time and mix with other applicants to combat the nerves! Think positive and smile.
    I hope this helps and good luck.
    Thank you My interview is at Portsmouth, sadly they didn't really send me any information about what going happen during that day
 
 
 
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