Hello, I'm looking for some advice on a particular issue of timing with regard to interviews for GTP schools.. I applied to two GTP courses this year, one which required you to have a school prior to applying, and one which doesn't. I have been accepted on the latter course, and have an interview this Thursday at one of their partner schools - the school I would most like to be placed in from their shortlist. What's worrying me is that I have had the interview at the other GTP provider and am in limbo waiting for their decision on whether to offer me a place. I will know in the next two weeks, which, obviously, doesn't guarantee I'll know by Thursday's interview. My priority would be to train in the school that has supported my application to this university. They have been good to me and I would stay loyal to them. And I would be a fool to turn down this interview as there is every chance that I won't get a place on the course in order to train in my current school. But what happens if I am offered the place at this school on Thursday? I don't like messing people around, but I need to keep my options open. And I am aware that it's better to have these choices than to have none at all. But the potential quandry is playing on my mind. Some people have said that if the school offers me the place I say yes, and then change my mind if the other course comes through. The only teacher I have asked says that this isn't the done thing in education. What would you do? Any advice would be really appreciated. Thanks.