Category Archives: Civil Service

Friday 12th October 2018 – I’m Invited To Take The Civil Service Judgement Test – I Perform Better Than 99% Of Others Who’ve Taken The Test!

I performed better than 99% per cent of others who’ve taken the Civil Service Judgement Test.
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Sunday 2nd September 2018 – I Do 2 x Civil Service Judgement Tests Today, I Perform Better Than 76% of Others, For Both Tests

I took 2 x Civil Service Judgements Tests today, one after the other, for two different job applications. I performed better than 76% of others who’ve taken the tests, for both applications.

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Wednesday 25th July 2018 – I Perform Better Than 76% of Other People Who’ve Taken The Civil Service Judgement Test

I’ve just done yet another  Civil Service Judgement Test, for yet another job I’ve applied for.  I performed better than 76% of others who’ve taken this test.  Despite feeling more switched on today, than when I took the CSJT for a … Continue reading

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Tuesday 24th July 2018 – I Perform Better than 99% of Others on Verbal Reasoning Test, & Better Than 92% of Others for Civil Service Judgement Test

I did 2 x online tests today, for one job application. First, I took the Civil Service Verbal Reasoning Test, and was pleased to perform better than 99% of others who’d taken that test. Then, I took the Civil Service … Continue reading

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Tuesday 5th June 2018 – I Escalate My Complaint (re: Lack of Typed Records of Proceedings for ChB1, ChB2 & PIP1) To HMCTS Customer Service Team, 102 Petty France, SW1H 9AJ

The RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS is part of the appeal bundle, and as such, any written evidence produced by HMCTS or the Judiciary ought to be readable by parties such as myself. I have requested word for word transcripts of the RECORDS OF PROCEEDINGS for 3 of my appeals (2x ChB, & 1 x PIP (1st)). I still require them. Continue reading

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Saturday 5th May 2018 – I’ve Just Performed Better Than 99% of Others Who’ve Taken The Civil Service Verbal Reasoning Test

I’ve just worked my way through 2 x Verbal Reasoning Tests, for 2 x different vacancies. I scored better than 99% of others who’ve taken the test for the 1st one, and better than 98% of others for the 2nd … Continue reading

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Monday 5th February 2018 – I Score Better Than 73% Of People For Civil Service Judgement Test

On or around today, I took the on-line Civil Service Judgement Test. I scored better than 73% of people who have previously taken this test. It was for 12 x vacancies at the Animal & Plant Health Agency. I wasn’t … Continue reading

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