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|Round||Application Deadline||Interview Shortlist||Essay Deadline|
|R1||3 September 2018||17 September 2018||28 September 2018|
|R2||5 November 2018||16 November 2018||26 November 2018|
1. Describe your best day at work
While describing your typcial day at work show what you like to do, what you are good at, the variety of tasks you undertake or the leadership responsibilities you shoulder. You could also refer to a day at work that you look back findly to: a day on which you achieved a substantial result, when weeks and months of effort created the great result you had strived for. Explore other creative ways to share the kind of information about you that is unique to you and will set you apart from other applicants.
2. Discuss: Why would you not like to go back to your last organisation.
This question too offers you the leeway to present your unique circumstances. You can talk about moving out of your comfort zone to exploring the newness of a new organization and growing in new ways. You can also show how a new organization, as against your current organization, will help you fulfil your career aspirations.
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2017 Essays, for reference only.
Question 1: Describe a situation where your professional ethics were challenged and how you came to terms with the situation. What did you learn from this? (500 words)>
Identify a time in your life when you stood up for your principles. When it was lucrative to compromise on what was ethically right, what did you do, what was the result? What did you learn?
Bring out what you thought, felt and did. How did you manage the circumstances that were forcing you to compromise on your ethics?
Show what was the result.
Show what you learned about upholding your ethics.
Question 2: Describe a situation where you failed and how did you deal with this experience. What did you learn from this? (500 words)
Identify a time when you failed despite trying your best.
Make sure the failure was yours and not someone elses. Bring out a real failure experience.
You can make a strong impact with a failure experience if you come across as someone who is honestly sharing a situation when things didn't turn out the way you wanted.
Show how you introspected after the experience, saw the situation honestly and learned from it.