Dear Queen Mary, University of London,
I would like to ask for some information from last year's UCAS cycle (2017 entry) for the dental hygiene and therapy course.
1) Can I get a list of criteria that the interviewers looked at during the interview to determine a candidate’s suitability?
2) How was the interview scored? Was it a score out of 10 by each interviewer or anything along those lines?
3) Please can you provide a copy of the interview form that is used in the MMIs for the dental hygiene and therapy course to assess candidates. This request is applicable to 2017 entry. I
would kindly like to request a copy of the form used in each of the MMI stations.
I found online, some old questions that were used in 2014 interview for dental hygiene and therapy, stating that MMI style of interview was used. Will a similar situation will be applied for 2018 entry. If so may I also ask,
1) For 2018 entry, how many MMI stations will be used in the interview?
2) For 2018 entry, will there be any rest stations in the MMIs?
3) For 2018 entry, how many minutes will each station last for?
4) For 2018, (1) how many applicants applied, (2) how many will be interviewed and (3) how many offers will be given?
5) For 2018 entry, how many places are you offering on the Dental Hygiene and Therapy course?
6) For 2018 entry, will there be an element to the interview where applicants have to watch a film clip and comment?
Thank you very much
Dear Khaulah Malik,
This request is identical to one received from you at 23:26 on 30/03/2018 and so is refused under s.14(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. We will deal with that request and respond in due course.
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