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Dear James....I am trying to become a student teacher!!

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by dellybean, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. I have been called back for an interview for PGCE (RE) in Queens University Belfast, and although I know I will be presenting a specific topic of my choice for 3-5 minutes, I have absolutely no idea what else to expect from the interview. I have been out of full-time education for the last few years and have decided, eventually, that it's time to follow my dream to be a teacher, however, being out of education for a few years means that I no longer know what the interviewing procedures are like for a PGCE and also don't know how to find out! Any advice who be extremely helpful! Thanks
     
  2. I have been called back for an interview for PGCE (RE) in Queens University Belfast, and although I know I will be presenting a specific topic of my choice for 3-5 minutes, I have absolutely no idea what else to expect from the interview. I have been out of full-time education for the last few years and have decided, eventually, that it's time to follow my dream to be a teacher, however, being out of education for a few years means that I no longer know what the interviewing procedures are like for a PGCE and also don't know how to find out! Any advice who be extremely helpful! Thanks
     

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