does anyone know how to practise for the assessment phase for REA TA/ AD6? especially for the job specific competencies? any tip is really welcome!
Dear Ioanna, I'm looking for the same information with you. Maybe we could meet and train together. Which profile have you passed? Are there different AC for each profile? Thank you, Niki
if I am not mistaken on the 5th of October candidates from all 3 profiles will be tested. We will be given different documents though (relevant to the profile chosen). After this first written test we will be distributed on different days. I heard (through a webinar in eu training) that the selection is relatively random then but they may try to bring first the people that live nearby. No idea if this random selection will be inter- or itra-profile ...
Good luck! Evi
Dear Ioanna and Niki,
I would be interested in setting up a study group for the assessment centre phase of this competition.
Are you based in Brussels?
Hello, Ionna, Niki, Karl,
I am interested also in a study group for the assessment phase for REA/TA/AD6 profile 1. I am based in Brussels.
If you are already training together, I would like to join you, specially for the job specific competencies.
I would also be interested in joining a study group. As well as training on the job specific competences, I would like to practice the group exercise (a friend of mine who recently passed the concur strongly recommended doing some rehearsals before the Assessment Centre).
I am also based in Brussels.
I would also like to participate in the study group for the assessment phase for REA/TA/AD6 in Brussels.
I would also like to participate in the group preparations for this competition in Brussels.
Did you already set a date / time for the meeting?
I am in the same position as all of you! I'd like tojoin a practice group.
But even more, I would love to know what exactly the test is, and specifically the "written test in the field".
Is there any way to find some examples (even from different fields) and also some examples of good (and bad) answers?
Hello, I would be interested to practice together, especially for a group exercise. Brussels based. Andrej
We have reached the number to create a first study group.
Feel free to organise a new one.
All the best,
Is anyone else still interested in creating another group?
Hello, I am interested in joinng another group.
I am interested to launch a second group. I live in Brussels.
I live in Brussels too. Maybe we can have a coffee the three of us. If there is someone else interested, please let us know and join us.
Hello everyone! I would be interested in joining as well!
Good idea, I suggest we could agree about the best timing for a coffee and chat by email? Mine is firstname.lastname@example.org
Greetings, see you, Andrej
Yes, I agree. Luis, do you mind to post your e-mail adress? Then I will mail you guys with some proposals. I wouldn't like to post mine on the forum since I'm in a happy employment contract right now.
I am also interested in joining your group.
Here is my email address: email@example.com
Looking forward to exchanging with you!
A few of us are in touch by email. It would be nice if all of us (at least those of us currently in Brussels) get in touch. If I am right, we are missing the email addresses of Niki, Maria, denisosu_118663 and Joachim. Please feel free to write me an email if you don't want to post your email address on this forum.
I am a little late to this but I also passed to the final phase for REA and would like to join a study group. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Could someone add me? I am in the Social Sciences profile. Thanks so much! Snezha
I am also intrested in joining the group. My email is email@example.com
I am also interested in joining the group. Also in Brussels. My email is laci.heteyATgmx.de
since the dates of the group exercise is out is anyone for end of October since we could meet before ?
I'm leaving this very late, I know. But are there people looking to practice for the assessment center sometime in the next week? I'd be happy either to join a new group starting up (probably we'd only have time for one meeting) or to be a substitute in another group if someone is missing for a practice group session.
I'm not expecting miracles, just do not want the actual Assessment Centre to be my first "meeting" :)