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Make sure that you provide all the documents required

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There was not a proper interview process, they only looked at documents for proof of identity then told you about the induction day. No typical interview question were asked and just wanted to check if you knew English and are able to work in the UK.

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It's just temp Christmas work so no tips for interview except make sure you have all the paperwork

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1 month waiting a reoly

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I have an interview which I thought went well but unfortunately didn't get the job-how can I formally request interview feedback and who do I approach as the email I received was a no reply email

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I first arrived on the graduate scheme, so from memory it was quite challenging. They are using psychometric tests, numerical testing, case studies and role-play more in their interviews.

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Im still waiting after 16 days,and there is no way of contacting them either!!!

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What makes a good advisor?

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No this will not have an impact. Each of us reads, writes and works at a different pace. Royal Mail is an equal opportunities employer. They get an awful lot of applications for each vacancy. They take 5-10 applicants to the interview stage after they pass the assessment for each vacancy. The vacancy was probably filled from these first applicants. But generally, these people rarely last, as the job is tough. Keep applying. If it's the job for you, you'll get there eventually.

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