Simply put, situational judgement tests assess your understanding and reasoning around solving problems in work-related situations. Alexandra Toma explains 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 Nonetheless,… More Situational Judgement Tests: Can good judgment be measured?
Did you manage to get a good look at our blog post from last year about innovative ways to fund your masters? Well – if you didn’t have a chance to read it, here it is again! Which scholarships could you apply for to help fund your masters? How much can you get and when… More Innovative ways to finance your Masters
Hi everyone – we’re back! This time with a guest post from our Careers Consultant Donald Lush about the career options available for PhD students. Any search on google using the title of this blog will quickly turn up articles and tips that feature the word ‘non-academic’ or ‘alternative’. This is symptomatic of an important… More Career options with a PhD
It’s the big day: you’ve received an email notifying you that your module results and final degree classification has been posted on Student Records. You’ve anxiously waited for the page to open, and there it is: your final university results. So, what now? Receiving your final university results can be overwhelming. After years of studying… More I’ve received my degree classification result… now what?
Which scholarships could you apply for to help fund your masters? How much can you get and when should you apply? Read on to find out about innovative ways to fund your masters. Why apply for funding? Most masters’ courses cost a lot more money than students can afford, so it’s useful to investigate opportunities… More Innovative Ways to Finance Your Masters