Knowing how to pass a psychometric test is vital for today’s job market. Psychometric Tests are becoming increasingly popular during job selection processes, and test a variety of qualities and attributes.
If you are applying to become a Police Communications Officer or 999 Call Handler, you will have to undergo a number of challenging assessments which assess your ability to gather the required information, while remaining calm under pressure in a number of true-to-life stressful simulations. Let’s start by looking at what an audio typing test […]
A comma is often used to distinguish main clauses from secondary or subordinate clauses. Commas are frequently misused and therefore you shouldn’t use them unless you are sure that they’re appropriate. Instead, resort to employing full stops if you aren’t sure whether a comma would be correct. If part of a text feels complete, or contains a subject and verb, it is safe to define it with […]
It is common knowledge that the prison officer interview is extremely tough. Candidates are required to demonstrate more than just the skills and qualities needed to be a prison officer – they must also demonstrate that they match the prison service’s competencies and values. In this blog, we will look at the 13 toughest prison […]
The firefighter interview is well recognised as being extremely challenging. Candidates not only have to demonstrate that they have the skills and qualities needed to be a firefighter, but they must also demonstrate that they match the fire service’s competencies and values – also known as the PQAs.
Are you currently thinking of a career change? This is a thought process which many go through on a regular basis and it can be a daunting experience. In this blog we are going to explore the reasoning behind changing your career, look at how to change your career and some possible roles you may want to consider for your career change. We will also explain what you must take into account before deciding to change your career.
Apostrophes are used to indicate whether a word is possessive (the subject belongs to someone) or to indicate a contraction (shortened speech). In order to demonstrate that the subject is owned or belongs to a single person, we add an apostrophe before the s in the word. For example: ‘Samantha borrowed Frankie’s football.’
PassMyInterview.com is a website dedicated to helping its users pass their job interviews. It does this by providing the interview questions, and answers, you can expect to face in your job interview and they currently have over 300 different roles to choose from on their website.
Working from home is something that is often considered as a perk and in the past these type of jobs were hard to come by. Many people who find working from home more beneficial to their wants and needs may explore working for themselves, as this has the bonus of setting your own hours and working around your lifestyle. However, it is not as easy as just setting up your own business and for many this is not a viable option.
The train driver interviews are known to be extremely challenging. Not only will candidates have to prepare for the trainee train driver structured interview questions but also the train driver manager’s interview questions.
In this article, we will look at the 15 toughest train driver interview questions that are guaranteed to come up in your interviews!