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You maybe able to help , I wanted to know what the six questions were, tell me a time.......... etc etc , not sure if yours would have been the same , it may jog my memory as to what ones I had , i can remember 4 but cant remember 2?
Ahh I’ve been back in for my MMI and kind of forgotten myself now. I couldn’t remember them before my MMI too! You do get the question sheet you filled in back though with some time to read over your answers before the interview starts. To be honest I was surprised by some of the examples I’d chosen as I could think of clearer ones at the time !
Anyway all passed. Remember your STAR technique and to emphasise what it was YOU did not your team or other people. It really is all about you. You’ll get asked how it made you feel a lot. Obviously in the example of a job like train driver you’ve done before don’t say you felt lonely. Talk about the positives. Following procedures doesn’t make you frustrated when they are long but reminds you they are there to prevent accidents. Etc etc. Good luck
You will find the questions are the same for each toc so was a bit pointless making this thread and enquiring those who attended the assesments on thisparticular date. If you use the search button you will find lots of help with the MMI. From top of my head it's following rules, preserving to achieve a task, task similar to train driver, doing a task where it was important not to make a mistake and dealing with an emergency situation.