So those are some of the things they are looking for, but what about the more practical elements of attending a structured interview or an MMI? Below is some advice from students who have previously attended similar assessments. See what they have to say...
I was so worried about what to wear; it was my first interview and I wasn't sure of expectations. I asked around and ended up wearing smart trousers and a shirt. I made sure they were clean and ironed and brought a spare top in case of any last minute mishaps! Most people there were dressed the same and I was glad that I had made the effort to look smart.
I had heard about friends who had ended up being late due to problems with public transport. I made sure I gave myself plenty of time to get there, and then brought some information to read over when I was waiting for the interview to start.
I made sure I knew exactly what the process involved, i.e. how long it was, when it would finish. This meant I could plan in travel arrangements and when I could eat etc. I'd heard stories of friends who hadn't thought about food and their stomach rumbled throughout the interview!
It can be easy to try and distract yourself during the assessment to manage the nerves! But I found it best to try and give the interview my full attention; don't carry anything they don't tell you to, and leave bags/phones etc. somewhere safe if offered.