In this issue of our abstract reasoning guides we are going to look at something we like to call visual overload. Visual overload comes into play when an item has so much stuff going on that it looks confusing and chaotic.
There have been major changes this year to the EPSO AD Competition that will greatly affect your preparation for the exams. Here is our advice on how you should approach the exams to maximise your chances of success.
A step-by-step guide to plan and schedule your preparation to become an EPSO Case Study pro by the time you enter the exam room. Tips on getting to know the exam structure, and a comprehesive list of resources at each step to improve your skills.
Do you know what the recommended AC dress code is? Is it better to be the first to talk at group exercise? Should you speak about your personal life in the structured interview?
These are just a few examples of the questions András got whilst and after the Assessment Centre webinar last week.
András held yet another spirited case study webinar last week, and as usual, the participants had many questions to him. Here he collected and answers the most interesting ones to dispel the mist in connection with some reccurring concerns.
So this year’s biggest EPSO exam just ended and you just realised that you want to become an EU Administrator? You didn’t pick the best timing, but despair not: here are five things you can do right now to start working toward that goal!
In this edition of our abstract reasoning guides we are going to talk about something that is a bit less on the methodological side of things and more on your innate ability to understand and solve abstract reasoning tests. Though with some practice you can develop your abstract reasoning skill to a point where only the most devious tests can be an obstacle, however, let’s not discount the importance of a skill you have from the get-go.
Ever since the EU's enlargement in 2004, 2007 and 2013, language has been a controversial topic when it comes to EPSO selection procedures and exams. Many candidates have been confused by the meaning of 'Language 1', 'Language 2' etc. and have made the wrong choice at the time of registration. This has led to several candidates needing to take their tests in a language other than the one intended. From a reliable source...