Had an interview there recently. They were really nice but they also were professional, and had a procedure to follow. Overall, I think the interview process was quite thorough. Presentation: 5 mins go really fast, and they will stick to that time precisely. I didn't do a ppt, but then I wished I had. Beforehand, they asked if we needed a computer or a projector for the presentation, so they were open to it. They told me it was not compulsory though. As for the presentation content, I went for something that I thought could be engaging pedagogically, but that could also lead to discussion about my experience and previous work. It was not a repeat of my statement, but many other points during the discussion were indeed going into more detail about what I had stated more briefly. I had written it down on paper, which doe not look too professional, and of course I did not stick to it as I should have, and I went on for too long... Test: I don't know for sure that calculators were not allowed. But in the room where the tests took place, there was none. But nothing was said about that. During the maths, I regretted not having my phone and its calculator on me. But I felt it would have been cheating. I told them about the phone, and they smiled. Also, the questions were only difficult inasmuch as I did not have a calculator. Otherwise, it was just a matter of entering the data (I don't know how I fared, though). Finally, the person next to me did not have a calculator either. I think it is safe to assume that it is a no calculator test. Words of encouragement: good luck! I think the interview process there is friendly and rigorous, and even though I was nervous, I was made to feel comfortable. I had gone for an open day before, decided to apply, and the interview process confirmed my good impression. I am sure you'll feel the same.