EY Business Consulting - How to prepare for the stages?

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I'm applying for the above scheme (2020 entry) and was just wondering how to prepare for the stages: Learning for a changing world, learning on the job, and learning in person. I know that the first of these, being the immediate one I have to do, involves numerical reasoning and some sort of understanding of technology's impact in the workplace ('Technology is changing our world – but how is it affecting the way people work? You’ll explore this with case studies, multiple-choice questions and an online test. This will allow us to identify your key strengths and the things that you’re naturally good at for this technology-focused world.'), but aside from that I'm pretty clueless.

Be very grateful if there's Anyone that can help/discuss this with!
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(Original post by dingo13)
I'm applying for the above scheme (2020 entry) and was just wondering how to prepare for the stages: Learning for a changing world, learning on the job, and learning in person. I know that the first of these, being the immediate one I have to do, involves numerical reasoning and some sort of understanding of technology's impact in the workplace ('Technology is changing our world – but how is it affecting the way people work? You’ll explore this with case studies, multiple-choice questions and an online test. This will allow us to identify your key strengths and the things that you’re naturally good at for this technology-focused world.'), but aside from that I'm pretty clueless.

Be very grateful if there's Anyone that can help/discuss this with!
Numerical Reasoning Test is not so difficult, however, many candidates fail as they take more than 20 minutes. I mean if you have 2 hours, then everybody can solve it without a mistake. Learning for a changing world is a loooong test, a lot of information to process. But you can get identical test and answers on onlinegraduatetest com. Regarding EY learning on the job, the numerical part is very difficult and eliminatory as questions asked are very vague. Each sub-service line has a different test. Also, this year they have added some extra video recording questions.
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Anyone heard back from EY, they keep asking me follow up questions? I applied for Consulting too.
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(Original post by dingo13)
I'm applying for the above scheme (2020 entry) and was just wondering how to prepare for the stages: Learning for a changing world, learning on the job, and learning in person. I know that the first of these, being the immediate one I have to do, involves numerical reasoning and some sort of understanding of technology's impact in the workplace ('Technology is changing our world – but how is it affecting the way people work? You’ll explore this with case studies, multiple-choice questions and an online test. This will allow us to identify your key strengths and the things that you’re naturally good at for this technology-focused world.'), but aside from that I'm pretty clueless.

Be very grateful if there's Anyone that can help/discuss this with!
I'm planning to apply soon so can you share how it went?
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You can find materials on onlinegraduatetest(dot)com
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You can find materials on onlinegraduatetest(dot)com
Is this actually legit though?
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I applied last year, I'll just drop this by in case anyone wants a more tailored guide with ideas of what to practice to get through the stages. Best of luck!

https://www.graduatesfirst.com/ey-assessment-tests
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I applied last year, I'll just drop this by in case anyone wants a more tailored guide with ideas of what to practice to get through the stages. Best of luck!

https://www.graduatesfirst.com/ey-assessment-tests
Thank youu
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