Sure. I m not sure I ll have too much different to add than the others but here goes.
I was the first one there so I got my badge and waited in the waiting area in reception. As the others arrived I made sure to introduce myself and have a chat. This makes it a lot easier in the group task when you need to work as a team.
The first task was the written assessment. I started writing less than five minutes in and had literally a minute to spare at the end, so you need to be able to work out quickly what is useful and what isn’t and present it appropriately.
Then I did the psychometric tests. I found these considerably easier than the online ones. If I wasn’t sure I didn’t answer however, as I was going for a high accuracy.
Finally I did the group task. Each person was given an information pack and then their own individual information which they then had to present to the rest of the group. Make an effort to do the calculations and make sure you speak clearly but concisely emphasising the major points. It’s useful to offer to summarise once everyone has spoken.
Then the ‘email’ came in telling us we had less money than we thought, we quickly recalculated and voted for our favoured option. We finished a couple of minutes early!
Finally we had lunch with some graduates who have been there a year, it was very relaxed and we weren’t assessed on this apparently.
Are you applying to the Birmingham office?