# Maths Trinity Interview

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I am aware that one of the interviews consists of a 1 hour test followed by an interview based on the test, but I also heard there are 2 interviews total. Do they just give you general math questions during the second interview, or is it the same style, with a test and then an interview? Also, are the questions considered to be of around STEP I/II difficulty?
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9 months ago
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(Original post by MMan__)
I am aware that one of the interviews consists of a 1 hour test followed by an interview based on the test, but I also heard there are 2 interviews total. Do they just give you general math questions during the second interview, or is it the same style, with a test and then an interview? Also, are the questions considered to be of around STEP I/II difficulty?
where did you hear that there are two interviews - that might have been at a different college? Assuming the trinity website is up to date, it is still test followed by 1 interview for maths at Trinity.
Last edited by Claree; 9 months ago
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(Original post by Claree)
where did you hear that there are two interviews - that might have been at a different college? Assuming the trinity website is up to date, it is still test followed by 1 interview for maths at Trinity.
In all of the interview statistics for Trinity, they give two separate interview scores for students so I assumed this was for two separate interviews. I guess they could maybe score two attributes of the single interview.
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9 months ago
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(Original post by MMan__)
In all of the interview statistics for Trinity, they give two separate interview scores for students so I assumed this was for two separate interviews. I guess they could maybe score two attributes of the single interview.
There are 2 interviewers in the 1 Trinity interview. I think there is a score from each interviewer.
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(Original post by MMan__)
In all of the interview statistics for Trinity, they give two separate interview scores for students so I assumed this was for two separate interviews. I guess they could maybe score two attributes of the single interview.
Or, two interviewers at one interview.
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That makes sense. Ty.
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