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    Hey people. I assume there wasn't one before in student room . So, feel free to post anything that you are interested in about imperial civil engineering application.

    For home students people, did anyone received an interview offer so far?( or they called a recruitment day)
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    Hi,
    I sent off my application in September and had my recruitment day on 8th Nov!
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    (Original post by CoraB)
    Hi,
    I sent off my application in September and had my recruitment day on 8th Nov!
    Hi, I've applied and have my recruitment day on the 6th of december. I was just wondering what sort of things can i expect form the day.
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    Hi lads, I sent off my application on 13 October and just got an invitation to attend recruitment day on 6th December
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    (Original post by jolof)
    Hi, I've applied and have my recruitment day on the 6th of december. I was just wondering what sort of things can i expect form the day.
    There’s a bit of a teamwork thing at the start and then there’s the test which is really nothing to worry about. As long as you know as maths/ physics and have done some really low level civils wider reading it should be fine. After that there’s a tour/ lunch/ experiment but these aren’t bad at all. Interview wise people go with professors in groups of three to talk about stuff(?) . Everyone had something different but not bad at all.

    Basically the whole day is no where near as scary as you (me before I went lol) think it will be. If you’ve already done physics mocks/PATs etc I’m not sure there’s anything you can revise to help. I was never asked general things like ‘why imperial ‘ but everyone’s interview was different.

    Hope this helps. If there’s anything else you need feel free to asks/PM etc.
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    (Original post by CoraB)
    There’s a bit of a teamwork thing at the start and then there’s the test which is really nothing to worry about. As long as you know as maths/ physics and have done some really low level civils wider reading it should be fine. After that there’s a tour/ lunch/ experiment but these aren’t bad at all. Interview wise people go with professors in groups of three to talk about stuff(?) . Everyone had something different but not bad at all.

    Basically the whole day is no where near as scary as you (me before I went lol) think it will be. If you’ve already done physics mocks/PATs etc I’m not sure there’s anything you can revise to help. I was never asked general things like ‘why imperial ‘ but everyone’s interview was different.

    Hope this helps. If there’s anything else you need feel free to asks/PM etc.
    thanks man, thats reassuring
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    Does anyone know when do they roughly send out offers/rejections?
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    (Original post by CoraB)
    There’s a bit of a teamwork thing at the start and then there’s the test which is really nothing to worry about. As long as you know as maths/ physics and have done some really low level civils wider reading it should be fine. After that there’s a tour/ lunch/ experiment but these aren’t bad at all. Interview wise people go with professors in groups of three to talk about stuff(?) . Everyone had something different but not bad at all.

    Basically the whole day is no where near as scary as you (me before I went lol) think it will be. If you’ve already done physics mocks/PATs etc I’m not sure there’s anything you can revise to help. I was never asked general things like ‘why imperial ‘ but everyone’s interview was different.

    Hope this helps. If there’s anything else you need feel free to asks/PM etc.


    Hi,Thanks for that. Two questions: I am a home student and was requested to do an online video for them. Was that the case for you as well?For the experiment, may I ask what it was?
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    (Original post by poitrert123)
    Hi,Thanks for that. Two questions: I am a home student and was requested to do an online video for them. Was that the case for you as well?For the experiment, may I ask what it was?
    No, I was never asked to do that! No idea , sorry! Without saying much the experiment is really really reallly nothing to worry about and is closer to being a demo. Hope this helps
 
 
 
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