Valuable lessons in disguise: KCL alumnus Mark’s reflections about his early work experiences

Mark Owusu, a King’s alumnus, blogs for us about some important reflections from his career journey. How do early career experiences, like odd jobs or entry level roles, help us learn important lessons and build success down the line in our careers? Find out by reading on!… More Valuable lessons in disguise: KCL alumnus Mark’s reflections about his early work experiences

Alternatives to part-time work & extra income as a King’s student during Covid-19

As part-time work has taken a hit owing to Covid-19, it’s understandable that many students and students-to-be are finding the prospect of their income worrying. In this blog, we talk about self-employment as an alternative to part-time work, as well as some quick tips to help boost your income as a student.… More Alternatives to part-time work & extra income as a King’s student during Covid-19

What to do if you fail psychometric testing?

“It is entirely normal for candidates to fail on the first few attempts at many of the more popular tests.” Graduate Alexandra Toma gives her insights on the gruelling process of psychometric testing. In this series, you can expect to learn more about: Psychometric testing, situational testing, verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning and what to do… More What to do if you fail psychometric testing?

Quick Guide: Non-verbal reasoning tests

The latest in Alexandra Toma’s series on Psychometric testing. In this series, you can expect to learn more about: Psychometric testing, situational testing, verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning and what to do if you fail? To check out other tests click here → Employment Tests Non-verbal reasoning, mechanical comprehension, and data interpretation? If it does not sound… More Quick Guide: Non-verbal reasoning tests

Top 5 tips to pass the verbal reasoning tests

Verbal reasoning features in most psychometric tests and is used to test your vocabulary, comprehension, and command of rules of usage called grammar. In other words, they reveal how well you can analyse written information. Alexandra Toma explains. Usually, the format is a short passage of text followed by true, false and cannot say questions.… More Top 5 tips to pass the verbal reasoning tests