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Finding King’s interview rooms

There will be signs up around college and the students at the helpdesk (located in
the bar) will help you find rooms too. Nonetheless, we thought that a few notes might
be useful.

Chetwynd Room
Go through the bar and past the toilets on your left. The Chetwynd Room will be
straight in front of you - in Scott’s Building on the map.

Rylands Room
Go into the Old Lodge at the entrance indicated on the map. Go up the stairs on your
left. When you get to the top, bear right. The Rylands Room is the last door on your
right.

Parlour
You can see this indicated on the map. You need to go in the door opposite the
porters’ lodge Please note that you need to collect a swipe card from the
porters’ lodge shortly before your interview to let you through the door. Once
you’re in, please go right to the top of the stairs and the parlour is the only room
there. Please don’t forget to return the swipe card to the porters immediately after
your interview.

A staircase
The entrance to A staircase is on the left just before you go through the doors into
the bar. Go up the stairs and you’ll find that it opens up into a hall with a second set
of stairs. To get to A4 and A5 you need to go through a door on the left just before
the second set of stairs. Go down the corridor there and you’ll find the rooms. To get
to the Munby Room go up the second set of stairs and the Munby Room is the first
room on your left.

K402
Give yourself plenty of time to find this room. K stands for ‘Keynes Building’. We
suggest that you go in where we’ve indicated ‘K’ on the map. You’ll walk past the hall
on your right and see the bar on your left. In front of you you’ll find some stairs and
you need to go up to the 4th floor. Don’t be phased by the slightly bizarre stair set-up
(they joined one building onto another...) – just keep heading upwards. When you
get to the 4th floor you’ve got quite a bit of walking down corridors to do before you
get to the room. The doors are numbered and there are signs to follow.

E, F, G, H staircases
Rooms starting E, F, G or H are in the Gibbs Building and you can see them
indicated on the map. Each of the doors into the Gibbs Building has the letter above
it. The room numbers are written above the doors and there are two numbers to
each floor. Generally speaking the higher the number, the more stairs you’ll have to
go up to get to the room. Many of the rooms in this building have one large outer
room with two doors off it leading to the left or right ‘inner’ rooms. You may be
interviewd in an outer room or you may be able to wait/read in the outer room ready
for an interview in the inner room.
Note that F7A and F7B are in the basement of F staircase. Go down the stairs, turn
left and left again. Note that you need to go through a door before you get to the two
rooms (F7B on the left, F7A on the right).

Other letter staircases
You can see the entrances to each staircase indicated on the map. Beware that
some of the doors in Bodley’s slide across rather than opening in the normal way so
if you push a door and nothing happens you may want to try sliding the door!

Old Lodge
The Provost’s Study is straight in front of you when you go into the Old Lodge
(enter where it says ‘Rylands Room’).
For Dr Marston’s room and the Rylands Room, go into the Old Lodge at the
entrance indicated on the map. Go up the stairs on your left. When you get to the
top, bear right. You will need to go through the door which says ‘The Rylands Suite’
above it. Then you’ll see Dr Marston’s room immediately on your right (it says ‘Dr
Marston 14’ above it) and the the Rylands Room is the room after it, still on your
right.

Room 3, 13 KP
Note that 13 KP is not on the main King’s site. It is down a little alley across the road
from the college. You can see the door to 13KP indicated on the map above. Please
note that you need to collect a swipe card from the porters’ lodge shortly
before your interview to let you into 13 KP. Please don’t forget to return the swipe
card to the porters’ immediately after your interview.

Tests/ Interviews outside King’s

Interviews at other colleges
If you have an interview in another college, please find that college on the University
Map:http://www.cam.ac.uk/map/
Once you get to the college, please ask at the Porters’ Lodge for directions to the
interview room and make sure that you have left yourself enough time to find it!

Interviews on the Sidgwick Site
The Sidgwick Site is very close to King’s. Go out the back gate of King’s, cross at the
traffic lights, go up West Road and there is an entrance to the Sidgwick site on your
left. A map of the site with a key to which building is which is here:
http://www.cam.ac.uk/map/v4/drawmap.cgi?mp=sidg;tl=Sidgwick%20Site
Feel free to ask the receptionists for directions to your interview room.

Tests on the New Museums Site
The New Museums Site is close to King’s. You can see where it is on this map:
http://www.cam.ac.uk/map/v4/drawmap.cgi?mp=main;xx=1900;yy=880
Please also see the following map to locate Titan Teaching Rooms 1 and 2 on the
New Museums Site:
http://training.csx.cam.ac.uk/images/nmus.gif
The University Computing Service alos gives directions
    1) to Titan Teaching Room 1: http://training.csx.cam.ac.uk/venue/1
    2) to Titan Teaching Room 2: http://training.csx.cam.ac.uk/venue/5

				
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