KCL alumnus George’s experience with King’s Experience… from student to running the programme!   

Today’s blog is celebrating the opening of King’s Experience Awards applications for 2021 – with a special case study from its current showrunner! Read on to see what takeaways George himself got from the King’s Experience Award, and what advice he has for current students.… More KCL alumnus George’s experience with King’s Experience… from student to running the programme!   

What is inclusive design? Careers in inclusion & accessibility

We talked with Fara from the Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE) about inclusive careers. What’s it like working in inclusive design and how can students channel their passion for accessibility and inclusion… and make it their career? Also, check out the Pathways programme to boost employability for disabled students in London!… More What is inclusive design? Careers in inclusion & accessibility

When service-mindedness meets fitness – The Circle Challenge!

On this week’s guest blog we are chatting with Simon Idio, a man on a mission to make a difference to homelessness in London. Service-mindedness and caring for the community are some of King’s most core values – and as a member of King’s community, you too can join to help make a difference!… More When service-mindedness meets fitness – The Circle Challenge!

Staying mindful and staying busy – whichever is best for you (2/2)

Our Enquiries Officer Toslima shares her advice on staying busy while spending time at home. Find out what two exciting current opportunities are available to you now, from free courses on coding and writing competition – and also, what you can do today to adjust to changes in your researcher career journey. And now, over… More Staying mindful and staying busy – whichever is best for you (2/2)

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