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...
In the very first episode of our numerical reasoning explanations video series we discuss the role decimal places in the context of apples. Watch this entertaining 4 minutes long video to refresh your knowledge on decimal places and to add another preparation tool to your library!
Civil Service Tribunal judgment in the joint cases F-23/12 and F-30/12 – facts, questions, possible consequences. EU Training now provides a quick description of the judgment as well as a short analyse on how this ruling may affect the Talent screener based selection method of EPSO.
We are happy to give you the latest addition to our library of free e-books; a 7-page-long collection of tips, tricks and experiences of candidates who attended Assessment Centres organised by EPSO. Within the booklet you will find first-hand accounts of Structured Interviews, Oral Presentations and Group Exercises. Four candidates will share their unique take on the Assessment Centre along with their top tips.
Amazing news for everyone who will participate in this year's EU translator and interpreter competitions - a huge number of places are available and some requirements are now easier to meet - click for the details.
When taking your EPSO numerical reasoning tests you need to be quick and accurate, well… accurate within reason. You need to be accurate in the method that you choose to solve the problem and you also need to be accurate in the arithmetical procedure that you use to obtain the desired answer. But how accurate do you need to be?