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Hibernia College Primary Education Interview

  • 23-01-2017 10:10pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 3 ChrisT23


    Hi, I am living in the Dublin area and am currently in the queue to be called for the interview. I am wondering is there anyone in Dublin that has knowledge of the interview and would possibly be available to give a mock interview for the Irish section of the interview


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  • Registered Users Posts: 782 ✭✭✭ tootyflutty


    ChrisT23 wrote: »
    Hi, I am living in the Dublin area and am currently in the queue to be called for the interview. I am wondering is there anyone in Dublin that has knowledge of the interview and would possibly be available to give a mock interview for the Irish section of the interview

    Hi Chris if you click on my name and check out my previous posts, last year I posted all the questions I was asked, it might give you some insight :)


  • Registered Users Posts: 15 canaryfairy


    Hi All,

    I had my interview last summer for the September intake and unfortunately I was unsuccessful in the Irish interview.

    They contacted me giving me the option to repeat the Irish interview only for the April intake in March 2017. (I do not have to repeat the English interview as I was successful in this)

    So my Irish interview is in the coming week. I'm really nervous and I'm terrified that they will be harder on repeat Irish interviews because they know we failed it already. Has anyone any experience with this? If I fail this then I can't reapply for the next two years so the anxiety is hitting big time. A lot riding on 15 minutes.

    Any feedback would be really appreciated.

    Thank you.


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