The purpose of the entrance examination preparation day is to outline the scope of the Institutes entrance exam criteria and to prepare the candidates to understand the rational behind the questions and how to structure the answers.
The candidates will be able to identify the structure and meaning of the questions. They will be able to structure the answer to aim for maximum points. They will be able to recognise the importance of managing the time frames to provide adequate and sufficient information to the examiners. They will be aware of the examination rules, the penalties for infringement and the appeal process should they be censored or register a fail.
09.15 Introduction to the day’s events
09.30 Presentation on examination tips (do’s and don’ts)
09.45 Review of Paper 1
10.30 Review of Paper 2
11.00 Summary/questions and answers
11.15 Group exercise
13.00 Team exercise on Paper 2
15.00 Summary/questions and answers… close
For details of the Preparation Day venues and Examination Centres please refer to the booking form Examination Booking Form 2017
An Evening with George Clarke
On Monday 16th October Council of Management member Mark Jack was invited to represent the IDE at Wolverhampton University where he attended an Evening with George Clarke. The Event......
Demolition Degree: Second Intake
Wolverhampton University have announced that they are currently taking enquiries for the second intake of this popular course For more information click here and to register your interest please......
Autumn Seminar 2017
The Royal Institute of Civil Engineers, at One Great George Street, again hosted the Autumn Seminar for the Institute of Demolition Engineers. The venue hosted a full day of......