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Dear Trainday,

Just to let you know that yesterday I received the results of the competition and I passed! Thank you very much for your coaching as I know it greatly helped me to achieve this.




I hope you are doing well. I had the opportunity to cooperate with you during the preselection and the assessment center phase. Yesterday, I got informed that I am in the reserve list. At this point; I would like to thank you for your precious help. In addition, I would like to ask for your advise regarding the next steps in the process?

Many thanks again,



With regards to the EPSO AD/177/10 competition (Pachtitis) the minimum score needed in the admission tests to be invited to the assessment centre (out of 40):
- European Public administration: 34,737
- Law: 31,789
- ICT: 30,632
- Audit: 26,579
- Economics: 33,778

EPSO made also the following remarks - the thresholds in open competition EPSO/AD/177/10 are not a whole number. This is due to the fact that the Selection Board decided to neutralise some questions in the admission tests. If a question has to be neutralised, the available points are divided over the remaining questions. This factor accounts for the threshold not being a whole number. 

Having checked for all candidates, the neutralisation of the questions concerned did not have a negative impact on their results.

Number of candidates admitted to the assessment centre tests:
- European Public administration: 241
- Law: 152
- ICT: 206
- Audit: 175
- Economics: 103

Dear Trainday,

I have completed a training (the Assessment Center preparation) with your organisation back in October 2013.

I have now received a confirmation that I have succeeded and my name has been included on the reserve list. I honestly don't think I would have been successful if not for the tips from Trainday Office and I think the service you provide is excellent.


Following an open bid process Trainday won a training contract with UN – ICTY (United Nations - International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia). The trainings sessions will cover both phases of EPSO competitions – the Computer Based Test and the Assessment Center phase. The sessions will take place in Hague and will stretch over a period of several months. There will are approximately 100 UN ICTY staff to be trained.


These ads to a number of other well-known organizations we have worked with in the past like The Permanent Representation of Spain to the EU, Open Society Institute - Roma Initiatives, Instituto Nacional de Administracion Publica (INAP) in Madrid or The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA)