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22 September 201458 Little Big Detail About The EPSO Assessment Centre

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. If you are looking for validation, support or you have absolutely no idea how the Assessment Centre works, this is the perfect supplement collection to every official brochure.


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5 September 2014Case Studies - All the Details You Wanted to Know

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.

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2 July 20145 Things To Do If You Really Want To Become an EU Administrator

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!

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9 May 2014Abstract reasoning - finding the flow

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.


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Title: EU Careers - What Candidates Think & Ways to Succeed

Description: In 2013, we conducted a large-scale survey of EU exam perceptions and best practices. We have now tallied the results and drawn the conclusions.

Number of pages: 18

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