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    Hey guys; I have my Northampton interview in couples of weeks and I am really scared as this is dream come true and I don't want to mess up. if anyone can give me any tips and stuff for the English and maths test it will help me a lot thank you!
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    What made you want to take a degree to watch women give birth?
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    No need for sarcasm
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    A midwife is a professional in midwifery, specializing in pregnancy, and childbirth
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    look at the [email protected] website, BBC bitesize and revise conversions and divisions, ive had 3 interviews so far for midwifery and the test aren't hard but they are very wordy and tricky which could cause you to loose marks.
    As for what made you want to do a degree watching women give birth... that is 1/3 of what it entails... don't forget postnatal and antenatal care. its not just intrapartum. question is... who wouldn't want to be a part of something soo amazing and do it as a daily job! if your doing something you love then you'll never work a day in your life.
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    Thank you so much
    What unis have you been too? This is my first interviews and I'm actually so scared as much as I really want it!
    So anything else I need to revise and are those the best wesbsites to revise from? Is it easy then GCSE maths
    Thank you for the reply
 
 
 
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