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EPSO/AST/129/13 how are the tests?

Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 03/18/2014 - 14:55

Claudiu I took the test on Wednesday, 26-Th of March in Romania. Verbal reasoning was medium, maybe a little hard level in my opinion, I am not very good at this test so, at some questions I was not sure what to chose, usually two of the answers were clearly wrong, and the other two both seemed to be partially true. There were some questions that I answered right away. The length of the paragraph was medium, 6-7-8 rows but the font was kind of large. The time was enough to read everything , check each answer, and than choose. Abstract reasoning was easy to medium level I think, I returned on one question I was not sure, but I figured it out when there were like 2-3 minutes remaining, then I double checked almost all answers. Numerical reasoning had easy, medium and about 2 hard level questions, considering that the mark did not count I easily jumped over one question I could not solve, the rest I think I did OK. Accuracy and precision was in a hurry as expected, small text and unclear, exactly like the one in the sample provided on epso web site. A small advantage is that some of the errors are obvious. I answered about 34 and marked the rest randomly. Usually the answer was a) so I marked a) all the way, and had even time to double check question 40, which I quickly modified (the good answer was not a :)), anyway hard to predict the result of the test. Prioritizing and Organizing was surprisingly easy, I almost had time to double check all answers, again as easy as in the sample test. Some time tables, schedules, hotels and conference rooms and a list of team members skills and availability. Nevertheless it is easy to make epic mistakes in such cases, which I am very good at sometimes, hope it was not the case. Sjt questions had very little text, clear and concise, sufficient time to understand, some seemed relatively easy, others I really can't tell!

Claudiu I took the test on Wednesday, 26-Th of March in Romania. Verbal reasoning was medium, maybe a little hard level in my opinion, I am not very good at this test so, at some questions I was not sure what to chose, usually two of the answers were clearly wrong, and the other two both seemed to be partially true. There were some questions that I answered right away. The length of the paragraph was medium, 6-7-8 rows but the font was kind of large. The time was enough to read everything , check each answer, and than choose. Abstract reasoning was easy to medium level I think, I returned on one question I was not sure, but I figured it out when there were like 2-3 minutes remaining, then I double checked almost all answers. Numerical reasoning had easy, medium and about 2 hard level questions, considering that the mark did not count I easily jumped over one question I could not solve, the rest I think I did OK. Accuracy and precision was in a hurry as expected, small text and unclear, exactly like the one in the sample provided on epso web site. A small advantage is that some of the errors are obvious. I answered about 34 and marked the rest randomly. Usually the answer was a) so I marked a) all the way, and had even time to double check question 40, which I quickly modified (the good answer was not a :)), anyway hard to predict the result of the test. Prioritizing and Organizing was surprisingly easy, I almost had time to double check all answers, again as easy as in the sample test. Some time tables, schedules, hotels and conference rooms and a list of team members skills and availability. Nevertheless it is easy to make epic mistakes in such cases, which I am very good at sometimes, hope it was not the case. Sjt questions had very little text, clear and concise, sufficient time to understand, some seemed relatively easy, others I really can't tell!

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