This year marks twenty years of the Queens' initiative 'Transparency at Interview'.
Through this scheme, schools are invited to nominate teachers to sit in on a day of academic interviews at Queens', so they can observe and see what they are really like and report back to their staff rooms to dispel any myths and better prepare their applicants. They are given interview reports to complete and are able to view UCAS applications for each candidate on the day, sometimes also asking questions. We ensure that teachers are not attending interviews in subjects that have candidates from their school.
In the last twenty years of the scheme, 90 teachers have taken part. They have represented 78 schools, 45 of which are from our link areas. This year, we have a record 11 teachers taking part, including two who visited College today.
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