On Saturday 4 According to exclusive information of aftodioikisi.gr, the large ASEP written competition will be held on March (announcement 2C/2022). According to the same information, this date, which had in fact been announced by the Minister of the Interior Makis Voridis, he qualified as the very next week (6-10/3) the prime minister Mr. Mitsotakis is going to announce the dissolution of the Parliament and the announcement of elections on 9 April.
The official notification for the written competition regarding above 6.000 seats, for which they will compete 107.957 candidates (enters 1 in 17), it's going to happen in the next few days, so that the contestants have, most, all data.
It is recalled that with its previous announcement, ASEP gives specific examples regarding the skills and work efficiency test that will it includes three types of questions:
1.Numerical Reasoning Questions: Numerical Reasoning assesses candidates' ability to reason logically with an emphasis on understanding the relationship between numbers. In every question, the candidate is invited, at first, to locate, doing simple actions, the mathematical relationship that connects the numbers of the utterance. Then you have to, based on the mathematical relationship he identified, to fill in the blank denoted as (?) with one of the options (A,B,C,D) of the table with the gray background.
2.Verbal Reasoning Questions: Verbal Reasoning assesses language skills and the ability to reason logically by understanding the relationship between words and concepts. Hence, the requested relationship does not have a grammatical or syntactic or spelling character as it is not a test of knowledge of the modern Greek language, as many candidates seem to have mistakenly believed.
3.Questions to Evaluate Hypothetical Situations: The Hypothetical Situations Assessment questions evaluate the candidate's way of thinking when asked to deal with a hypothetical situation that could be part of the daily working life of a public service employee. In each question the candidate, after carefully reading the description and data of the hypothetical situation, is asked to choose between four alternative answers (A, B, C, D) to address the problem. The criterion of the answer to be chosen should be the, at the candidate's discretion, more effective and comprehensive treatment of the hypothetical situation. Please note that there may be more than one appropriate approach to each question. However, one of them deals with the problem reflected in each question more effectively and comprehensively than the rest.
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