The secret to acing your university / college interview is simple…

…practice, practice practice.

This could be the biggest turning point of your life…


…where you go to university will likely decide your job.

Where you live.

Your lifestyle.

Maybe even your friends for life.

So it’s worth getting this right.

Don’t wait till the big day to make mistakes. Put yourself in realistic interview situations early, and get all of your mistakes out of the way now, and hone your interview technique.

So that when the real thing comes, you have the best possible chance of success.

Practice answering real questions, as used by top universities in previous years

Find the gaps in your prep so you can swot up before the big day

Advanced Hollywood voice coach techniques to keep your interviewer, and let your ideas and quality shine through

Build your confidence so you can hold your head high in the interview

Learn how to think under pressure so you can tackle tricky problems, even when nervous

Strategies to structure great answers to make your thinking clear, and find your way through – even when you’re stuck at first

My mock university interviews are 90 minutes, featuring two 25-minute interviews, separated by a detailed debrief, and coaching on your strengths / weaknesses, to maximise your chances of success

Leave nothing to chance: book your mock interview today

And let’s make sure your offer letter has the right answer in it!

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Alix Hibble is Exam Study Expert’s Lead Study Skills Consultant. Whilst teaching at the University of Oxford she realised that the greatest improvement in students’ grades and understanding came from changing students’ approach to learning and revision.

She is passionate about translating cognitive science and the psychology of high performance into simple and effective study strategies. She believes that all students are capable of unlocking greater achievement when taught the study strategies that work well for them, and is committed to helping students study smarter, not harder.

She is completing her PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University of Oxford, where she also achieved her Masters degree and First Class Undergraduate degree.