Dear Imperial College London,
What criteria are assessed at interview - and how are they assessed? How is a candidate’s performance recorded (I.e is there a form the interviewers fill in?)

Yours faithfully,

Jo Taylor

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Jo Taylor,

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Kind regards,

Freedom of Information Team
Imperial College London

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Dear IMPFOI,
When you reply please send me the form that the interviewers fill in, if an interview form is used.

Yours sincerely,

Jo Taylor

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Jo Taylor,

Thank you for your recent Freedom of Information request. Please find
below the College's response to your questions.

What criteria are assessed at interview - and how are they assessed?

At interview candidates are assessed on their maths and physics problem
solving abilities and their motivation to study physics. Further
information about the interview process can be found [1]here.

How is a candidate’s performance recorded (I.e is there a form the
interviewers fill in?)

Interviewers make notes on a candidates performance via an electronic
form. The form covers the following points:

-          UCAS ID number

-          Interviewer name

-          Date of interview

-          Degree applied for

-          If the course has changed from their application, please select
the new one

-          Year Abroad language

-          Please comment on the academic potential of the applicant,
based on the application form and on response to maths and physics
questions

-          Motivation

-          Please comment on the personality of the applicant

-          Does the applicant have any special needs or unusual
circumstances (optional) ?

-          Overall impression, any final comments, recommendation?

-          Please provide feedback for applicants:

-          Recommendation 1-10

 

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