Assessment Centres – An Insiders Guide
Assessment Centres are not a physical place. They are a method of assessing multiple applicants for a job, consisting of a number of exercises designed to assess the competencies deemed important for success in that job.
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Analysis presentations are used by employers to test your ability to analyse realistic business scenarios and then formally present your findings and conclusions to your assessors. Our assessment centre guide explains what to expect and provides hints and tips from assessors.
Group Exercises are designed to simulate realistic meetings or group work situations. They allow recruiting organisations to observe how candidates behave when working as part of a team and are designed to assess a number of core competencies.
There are a number of different types of presentation and in our assessment centre guide we focus on presentations you can prepare in advance and deliver on the day of the Assessment Centre.
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Practice for assessment centres
There’s a reason they say practice makes perfect. That phrase holds true when it comes to assessment centres. In fact, practice is perhaps even more important if you’re pretty new to these tests.
But don’t worry, we have all the tools you need to get started. Begin by reading the insiders guide, viewing the tips and learning what to expect.