They say that when you go to the doctor it's a good idea to take notes in so you don't forget to mention one of the important symptoms... and interviews are even more nerve-wracking than seeing the doctor What I mean is, for each school I go to there are particular points about myself I want to ensure don't get left out in the stress of the formal interview (when others are setting the agenda) - and sometimes something comes up in my mind during the day as I see the school/talk to people... I've tried in the past highlighting bits on my copy of the application form (and jotting notes down on the day), but things have got lost because there's so much on the form! Would panel take it amiss if I had a little list (on the back page of my copy of the form that I take to the interview) and made notes as the interview progressed and at the 'Do you have any questions for us? point? I think I've just answered myself, haven't I? And it would help me feel more in control of the whole interview if I knew I had that... I missed out plugging my MFL theatre links yesterday, and kicked myself on the way home!