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Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by ayoung227, Feb 15, 2018.

  1. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    For once, I find myself agreeing with T0nyGT. Yes, it is a good idea to build up some savings, but maybe working for the MoE in the UAE is not the only way to do this.
  2. ronaldpsoriano

    ronaldpsoriano New commenter

    It does take a long wait for the contract. It's been more than a couple of months since I was notified I passed the final interview. I heard the wait could take a maximum of 6 months. I hope to get the final contract soon.
  3. roston93

    roston93 New commenter

    after being notified that you had passed the interview did you get the initial contract and sign it?
  4. prettymabel

    prettymabel New commenter

    Please i have an interview as a maths teacher next week, is the test GCSEs or Alevel type of questions?..Thank you

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