It's just the usual - BP, urine dip, Doppler, feel of the bump for baby position, fundal height, any questions/concerns. Unless there are issues they don't do internals at all until it's time to offer a sweep or until you go into labour, whichever happens first.
The only thing they did differently was ask where I'd like to give birth, and then did a risk assessment as I'd chosen a midwife-led unit. This took about 5 minutes and involved a quick double-check of my notes and her filling in another form, so nothing too exciting
36, 38, 40 all the same as usual for me, except at the 40wk appt we discussed a sweep (40+7 today, sweep happening today). I think today we'll talk about induction and monitoring. Come on baby, get out!