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Anyone who got a CT post in London can advise what’s the minimum shortlisting score? I can’t find that online anywhere ☺️
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Anyone who got a CT post in London can advise what’s the minimum shortlisting score? I can’t find that online anywhere ☺️
As far as I can tell, such a thing doesn't exist. Shortlisting is a national process, which only determines if you get an interview-though pretty much everyone will if they meet the minimum application criteria (https://www.imtrecruitment.org.uk/re...ter-submission).

Whether you get into London wouldn't be determined by meeting a minimum score, but how popular London posts are with people who are ranked above you. It seems to be (hypothetically) possible that you could get a shortlisting score of 0 but, provided no-one else included it in their rankings, you could still get your top choice London job.

Maybe there's some kind CMT souls out there who wouldn't mind sharing their scores, whether they did/didn't get into London and some indication of where in their rankings their final job offer was? That might give you some idea of how likely you'd be to get a half decent rotation.
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I honestly can't even remember my score.

Most people get interviewed, and then those scores are combined to give the final score. Having a good interview will be important.
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Just to add, CMT recruitment (now IMT) abandoned the region-based shortlisting and recruitment as of last year's recruits. It's now nationally recruited (and interviews done nationally as well) and as such, shortlisting is done nationally. So unless there is a ridiculous oversubscription situation, shortlisting shouldn't be too much of an issue? I
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