I recently passed EY’s tests. I think it is about applying their EY’s core values/strengths to the tests. They want someone who ‘thinks’ like the firm. So they are looking for: people who work in a team, people who build lasting and personal relationships, people who are honest and have integrity, people who take an analytical approach. I suggest that you do the practice tests on Jobmi. You can only do the practice tests once on Jobmi, but I got around that by registering with different email addresses. Jobmi’s Situational test and feedback will give you a good indication on how to answer EY’s questions - do the Jobmi test a few times, answering different for each time and look at the feedback. Also, when doing the Situational Tests, figure out the following: What is the dilemma? And what core competencies are being questioned? What is EY values/Strengths being questioned? Just read and read the information EY has on their graduate website and portal - they have Q&A with partners and graduates which will guide you in the right direction. Let me know if you need any further help!