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You may not get a lot of replies here without mentioning what the interview is for.
However; I take it it has to do with an Openreach trainee engineer job. You were active on another thread and I can see that @51m0n replied to you. You can find his comment at the following page -
I'm unable to help as far as potential content is concerned but have a bit of general advice: if any of the interview requires written reponses, make sure you read carefully what you've typed before hitting the Send button.
Recruiters are prone to use blunt elimination techniques, particularly if faced with a lot of candidates. These often relate to written presentation, so that misspelling or inaccurate drafting, however minor, might result in immediate failure. "2years" instead of "2 years" or "pil" instead of "oil" could mean that you fall at the first hurdle. They would also be unimpressed if you said that you thought you'd said something when you didn't.
The rush for instant, electronic communication has engendered a huge decline in standards of spelling and grammar. There are times when it's prudent to be extra careful.
Just completed the online Interview, I must say that I did not like this one bit speaking into my computer. I much prefer speaking face to face when getting Interview, however, I may not get that opportunity as I feel I did not do a very good job.
I think that will be it for me they will see how nervous I was 😞 anyway can not undo it.