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  1. ONLINE EU TRAINING Online EU Training Presents EU Competitions: Preparation and Practice In cooperatin with Comunidad de Madrid Gabor Mikes, Managing DirectorOnline EU Training 2

  2. ONLINE EU TRAINING 64 000+ Registered Users Hundreds are now EU Officials 18 000+ 3

  3. ONLINE EU TRAINING Test Packages Webinars www.eutraining.eu 20 000+ Question Database Over 12 million Questions Used 100+ Hours 5000+ Participants 4

  4. 5

  5. ONLINE EU TRAINING Agenda 6

  6. ONLINE EU TRAINING

  7. WHY PREPARE?

  8. WHY PREPARE? Candidates

  9. WHY PREPARE? Candidates Vacancies

  10. WHY PREPARE?

  11. ARE YOU ELIGIBLE?

  12. GENERAL CRITERIA Both for AD5 & AD7

  13. SPECIFIC CRITERIA AD5 AD7

  14. PROFILES AND DIPLOMAS European Public Administration Law

  15. PROFILES AND DIPLOMAS Audit Communication

  16. PROFILES AND DIPLOMAS External Relations

  17. LANGUAGE RULES 1st Language “thorough knowledge” 2nd Language “satisfactory knowledge”

  18. LANGUAGE RULES 1st Language Any of the EU23 languages Doesn’t have to be your mother tongue, but... 2nd Language EN, FR or DE(different from the 1st)

  19. EXAMPLE E.g. if you are Italian and speakfluent Portuguese: 1st language can be IT, PT (or any other) 2nd Language EN, FR or DE(different from the 1st)

  20. ADMINISTRATOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE Places Available AD5 Places Available AD7 219 77

  21. ADMINISTRATOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE Places Available AD5 Places Available AD7 Which one to choose? 219 77

  22. STEPS TOWARD GETTING A JOB How to get one of these jobs? 23

  23. STEPS TOWARD GETTING A JOB

  24. PRE-SELECTION / ADMISSION PHASE Pre-Selection Abstract Reasoning Numerical Reasoning Verbal Reasoning Situational Judgment Tests

  25. LANGUAGES Abstract Reasoning First Language Numerical Reasoning First Language Verbal Reasoning First Language Situational Judgement Test Second Language }

  26. WHY PREPARE AND PRACTICE? General Daunting Process Much Competition Motivation! Simulation

  27. WHY PREPARE AND PRACTICE? General Specific Daunting Process Verbal Reasoning Much Competition Numerical Reasoning Motivation! Abstract Reasoning Simulation Situational Judgement

  28. COMPETITION AND THE VIRTUE OF PRACTICE

  29. COMPETITION AND THE VIRTUE OF PRACTICE Number of Candidates with Given Score Score

  30. MOTIVATION %of Correct Answers

  31. MOTIVATION Competition Motivation %of Correct Answers

  32. SIMULATION Time Limit Language

  33. SIMULATION Exam Conditions

  34. SIMULATION Test Format

  35. PRACTICE Abstract Reasoning 10 Q – 10 Minutes 36

  36. PRACTICE Rules and Building Blocks 37

  37. PRACTICE Numerical Reasoning 10 Q – 20 Minutes 38

  38. PRACTICE Data interpretation, what to calculate, how to calculate it 39

  39. VERBAL REASONING Verbal Reasoning 20 Q – 35 Minutes Text Passage Outside Information Generalisations Question Four Statements Possibility vs. Fact One Correct Answer Similar Wording 40

  40. VERBAL REASONING Practice Volume, Diversity of Topics, Test Design? 41

  41. SITUATIONAL JUDGMENT TESTS - EXAMPLE Every Word Counts Imagining Worst and Best Case Scenario You are working on a complex project when one of the members of your Unit gives you some negative feedback about your way of working that comes as a complete surprise to you. You have never received feedback on this area before and you had previously considered it a moderate strength of yours. It has been playing on your mind for the past week as you are keen to be seen in a positive way by others. Pick the most and least effective answer. 42

  42. SITUATIONAL JUDGMENT TESTS - EXAMPLE Answer Options: Courses of Action Evaluation Values Try to improve your image in the eyes of the person who gave you the feedback by describing to them why you acted in the way you did and how it has brought you success in the past. Ask the person who provided the original feedback for more detail about why they think the way they do. Ask a selection of other people for feedback on the area concerned to see if this corroborates the original negative feedback. Self reflect some more, and read up on how to develop in the area identified. Take each option to the extreme 43

  43. SITUATIONAL JUDGMENT TESTS - EXAMPLE Explanations for most and least effective 44

  44. SITUATIONAL JUDGMENT TESTS - EXAMPLE Detailed statistics and scoring 45

  45. SITUATIONAL JUDGMENT TESTS - EXAMPLE Report 46

  46. PRE-SELECTION / ADMISSION PHASE Practice Abstract Reasoning Numerical Reasoning Verbal Reasoning SJT Simulation Motivation 47

  47. STEPS TOWARD GETTING A JOB

  48. STEPS TOWARD GETTING A JOB

  49. HOW TO PASS THE TESTS Practice Simulation Methodology Persistence 50