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    Hi,
    I have applied for the Automotive JLR apprenticeship and passed the online tests, and the last E-mail I received was:

    "Thank you for completing the online test recently. We are pleased to tell you you passed this test.

    We will now decide whether to invite you to the next stage of the assessment process, which is attendance at an assessment centre. The decision is based on a combination of your score on this test, the Situational Judgement Test you took previously and your UCAS points, in comparison with those of your fellow candidates.

    As we have a large number of applications to process, may we ask again for your patience. Your application is important to us and we appreciate the time and effort you have already spent on it.

    Most of the assessment centre sessions will be held between late January and May. If we invite you to attend, we will try to give you at least two weeks notice."

    I was just wondering if anyone had heard back from them and been invited to the assessment centre yet?

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    I'm at the same point, haven't had anything since that email which was about 2/3 months ago... I've heard a few people have started getting emails about going to the assessment day but someone said they do it in stages depending on where you applied to but not sure if that's true

    Good luck
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    Oh yeah, okay, it's a relief to know there's other people at the same point as me haha, thank you

    Good luck to you too
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    Yeah same for me, was getting worried that I still hadn't heard anything since... just wondering, which area and apprenticeship did you apply to?
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    I applied to the automotive advanced one in the West Midlands, what about you?
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    Oh okay, yeah I applied to the Young women in the know scheme which is basically the automotive advanced apprenticeship too, and applied to Wolverhampton

    Stressing me out that we haven't heard anything yet but someone else I've spoken to who's applied for the degree apprenticeship just told me that he read somewhere that they try to do the degree apprenticeship applicants first as the requirements are higher and then that way they could potentially apply to the advanced one if they don't get a space on the degree one
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    Oh yeah, I suppose that makes sense, it's made me worry a little B less now at least haha
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    I just applied to the advanced apprenticeship, where you need to upload your CV and answer a few basic questions. Having submitted that, the status of my application is automatically at unsuccessful, does anyone know why it could be like this?
 
 
 
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