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Hi I’m hoping to send off my application soon
Just wondering anyone who’s received an offer from Nottingham Manchester or Aston . If you’ve had an interview what was it like what kind of questions should I look out for
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Hi, I have applied to King's, UCL, and Kingston for Pharmacy. I know that in general they ask the basic typical kind of questions such as why Pharmacy. However, they are most likely to give ethical-based / calculation questions as that's something they do like asking.

I wouldn't know what Nottingham, Aston or Manchester would say since I haven't applied to them.
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(Original post by Sidd1)
Hi, I have applied to King's, UCL, and Kingston for Pharmacy. I know that in general they ask the basic typical kind of questions such as why Pharmacy. However, they are most likely to give ethical-based / calculation questions as that's something they do like asking.

I wouldn't know what Nottingham, Aston or Manchester would say since I haven't applied to them.
Hope this still helps
hii have you done the UCL test? is is highly focused on ethical situations and is there a LOT to prep for?
many thanks
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hii have you done the UCL test? is is highly focused on ethical situations and is there a LOT to prep for?
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Hi,

The online selection test isn't highly focused on ethical questions... the interview is but not many probably 2/3 questions. The selection test is made up of 2 parts: first 14 Questions which are like Maths & multiple choice questions so like converting units etc. Then you have an essay question which is ethical based so it may be like looking at religious / moral values of a specific treatment for a patient etc.

Also, in terms of prepping well I would say you can't really. The selection test is pretty straight-forward with the simple GCSE Maths questions. It is only the essay question which is a bit harder but you do have time to research before answering it. About 20-30 minutes altogether to complete it depending on how long you take to complete the first section

Hope this helps!
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Hi,

The online selection test isn't highly focused on ethical questions... the interview is but not many probably 2/3 questions. The selection test is made up of 2 parts: first 14 Questions which are like Maths & multiple choice questions so like converting units etc. Then you have an essay question which is ethical based so it may be like looking at religious / moral values of a specific treatment for a patient etc.

Also, in terms of prepping well I would say you can't really. The selection test is pretty straight-forward with the simple GCSE Maths questions. It is only the essay question which is a bit harder but you do have time to research before answering it. About 20-30 minutes altogether to complete it depending on how long you take to complete the first section

Hope this helps!
Hey thanks for this !! I just did the test tdy maybe since I’m an international applicant it was slightly different ? But thanks and good luck with applications xx
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Hey thanks for this !! I just did the test tdy maybe since I’m an international applicant it was slightly different ? But thanks and good luck with applications xx
No worries! And good luck to you too)
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