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My Interview Experience

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by Y_Miss, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. <font face="Museo 300">Hello Everyone!</font><font size="3">I had a PGCE English interview at Brighton last week and I have blogged about my experience here. (teachinglittlemisspip.wordpress.com)</font><font size="3">Hopefully you will find it useful, or at least reassuring! </font>Good luck!
     
  2. <font face="Museo 300">Hello Everyone!</font><font size="3">I had a PGCE English interview at Brighton last week and I have blogged about my experience here. (teachinglittlemisspip.wordpress.com)</font><font size="3">Hopefully you will find it useful, or at least reassuring! </font>Good luck!
     
  3. Sorry about the formatting - I did preview it and then as I pressed post it just mangled itself! :(
     
  4. Nice blog Littlemisspip. Interesting reading your experiences. Good luck.
     

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