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GF is an incredibly useful and easy to use resource that we recommend to students. Their solutions are detailed and varied, and provide our students with an important opportunity to practice the kinds of assessment used in current recruitment processes
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GF is an incredibly useful resource for our Careers Service. The interface is intuitive and the tests are kept up-to-date with evolving recruitment trends.
To prepare for a graduate scheme application there are 5 key areas to complete which are:
Ensure you are prepared in all 5 areas to maximize your chances of a successful application.
The most common structure for a recruitment process is:
While this is the most common format of a recruitment process, this can change depending on the company with certain steps removed or added in.
While the average time is around 2-3 weeks after sending your application. A number of variables, including the total number of rounds for the application, can mean the process could take over 2 to 3 months.
While it is true that those that apply early will have a better chance of securing the role than those who apply late. It is not always first come, first serve.
For best chance of success, whether as an early applicant or as a late candidate, ensure that you are well prepared for all the steps you will face in your application process if you can come across as a strong candidate for the role.
Practice exams are known to be the best way to prepare for real exams, this is due to how they help the learner to develop the key skill of pulling the information they need from memory to apply to the real question (Oakley & Sejnowkki, 2018)
This applies to practice tests, through regular practice the learner can understand how to approach certain styles of questions they will face with a strong balance of speed and accuracy.
Through our practice tests we also provide key insights regarding speed and accuracy and the test style to help further this knowledge for the user, ensuring when they face the real test they will be prepared.
Studies show that practice exams are the best way to prepare for real exams. This is because they implement spaced retrieval practice, with the learner pulling the information out of their memory when applying it to the question, which hardens that information in memory (Oakley & Sejnowski, 2018).
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