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    Well said mel_l218 to your above post 👍


    Which course are you doing Hun? Are you in first year? How's it going?
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    Thanks, that clear up the question up for me. I'm very nervous if I do make it through to receive an interview for LJMU because I'm not sure exactly to expect. I'm aware that universities around the UK are different when it comes to nursing interviews with weather they have tests/questions/presentations or all. Just wish I knew haha
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    (Original post by nelfran29)
    Well said mel_l218 to your above post 👍


    Which course are you doing Hun? Are you in first year? How's it going?
    Hi nelfran29, I studying adult nursing and in my first year. Only on week 3, so it's early days but enjoying it. How about you?
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    (Original post by GemmaPartington)
    Thanks, that clear up the question up for me. I'm very nervous if I do make it through to receive an interview for LJMU because I'm not sure exactly to expect. I'm aware that universities around the UK are different when it comes to nursing interviews with weather they have tests/questions/presentations or all. Just wish I knew haha
    Glad I could help. Some universities provide some information when they invite you to an interview so that can help. For nursing courses, I believe it is a requirement for universities to test applicants on maths and English, so you will most likely need to complete these. Don't worry though the tests are normally basic maths and English.

    It's worth seeing if LJMU have any information on their website about their interview process to help you. And you can always search the forum for past thread about nursing interviews to pick up some tips.
 
 
 
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