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Hannah Vallance is a Chartered Occupational and HPC Registered Practitioner Psychologist, she has over ten years experience of designing assessment solutions.

Making your application form shine

Making your application form shine

Mediocre application form answers aren’t going to grab the attention you deserve. So how to you spice up your experience without jacking everything in to go off volunteering in Botswana? When you have a life packed to the rafters already, ...

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Ninja tricks for passing your interview

Ninja tricks for passing your interview

Interviewers are trained to evaluate your behaviours, not the person, but even the most highly skilled interviewer is only human and likely not to be completely objective all the time. So here are a few tricks to turning that to ...

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How to pass a Situational Judgement Test (SJT) with flying colours

How to pass a Situational Judgement Test (SJT) with flying colours

You know you HAVE to pass the selection test that’s looming over you. If you don’t, you’ll be stuck where you are even longer, and let’s face it, you’ve already mentally started spending your potential increase in salary. So what ...

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What to do when you have failed a Situational Judgement Test (SJT)

What to do when you have failed a Situational Judgement Test (SJT)

You are bound to be disappointed if you fail an SJT. But take some comfort in the fact that you are not alone. These tests are designed to cut down on numbers, especially important in today’s job market. Passing an ...

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What are the most common mistakes people make in Written or In-basket exercises?

What are the most common mistakes people make in Written or In-basket exercises?

You’d be surprised how easy it is to get these exercises wrong, especially when you feel like you’ve worked so hard to get it right. Here are a few to watch out for:

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Biggest role-play fears- and how to handle them

Biggest role-play fears- and how to handle them

Most candidates find themselves biting their nails far more before the role-play exercises than at any other time. There’s no need to worry, there are ways you can turn it round. Fear- I won’t know what to say. Answer- ask ...

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