Does anybody have any info on this, as I was wondering the same thing myself? To the point, is there
any way to prepare for this, or is it just a case of turning up and doing your best given the situation you find yourself in. Thanks in advance, and congratulations to those who have already made it through .
(Original post by Willowi)
Ok another quick question on the GFS E-Tray section 3. What is the consensus on how long these emails be? I would assume two or three paragraphs at the very most, and say about 400 words? I am guesing being clear and succint is the main goal here, but being given 50 minutes implies they expect you to write more. Or is this just because we are expected to be looking through information and re-reading things a lot, as we obviously don't know any of the information (and in real life we would have been dealing with it daily)?
I feel like I am going into an exam without ever having seen a past paper! Which I suppose is the idea, and how they seperate student thinking from graduate thinking, but it is still unnerving!
Again I feel like I am asking for an unfair advantage when most people have already done their's, but if anyone wants to share their experience or opinion it would be really interesting.
EDIT: For anyone who was also looking for pointers regarding that post I quoted, you can find some useful info here http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1138664
Last edited by backspace; 24-01-2012 at 17:19.