I have an interview at Edge Hill on the 25th of this month for a place on their Secondary History PGCE Course, but I'm feeling like I am completely unprepared and won't have the time to get myself where I need to be to have a successful interview. The interview is broken up into three sections; - Written task answering; What is the purpose of a historical education? How does it add value to a young person’s education? (20 minutes) - Short 2-5 minute presentation on why we should study a historical subject (I've chosen to talk about the Industrial Revolution). - Paired Interview I suppose I'm just after some general advice and some words of comfort! I'm assuming most potential trainees will feel like this. But I'm trying to think of questions I may be asked, trying to get upto date with educational developments, preparing my presentation and writing assignments whilst also trying to juggle my end of year dissertation and other assignments which are due in four weeks. I suppose I feel like I'm sinking at the moment, to the point where I'm worried I will screw up at interview and not get on the course. Does anybody have any advice/words of wisdom they could offer? I suppose there's a slim chance the interview could get pushed back due to COVID-19, but not sure I really want to rely on that! Anybody else recently had an interview?