Document Review

Maximise the first impression and drive the interview questioning through competency based focused evidence of experience.

In my experience as an assessor/chair and appeals panel member, 70% of final submissions have avoidable errors and content that can be misunderstood by assessors.

Candidates will:

  • Send me their final submission documents and a deadline (minimum 1 week).
  • Rewrite your final submission and take on board feedback.
  • Discuss with me at a prearranged Skype/ telephone ½ hour coaching session.
  • Accept frank and constructive feedback in a positive manner.

    I will:

  • Add comments to every box on the experience record and every paragraph of the case study.
  • Comments will include spelling and grammar, technical
    omissions or errors and general impression.
  • Provide assessor insight on the content in terms of the competency reference points – i.e. how it will make the assessor think and respond.
  • Send back to you by the prearranged deadline.
  • Discuss with you at a prearranged Skype/ Telephone session. This can be a group session with a maximum of 4 attendees.

  • Kate is one of the most talented trainers for APC study any candidate could ask for. A bastion of RICS knowledge, infectious positivity and a genuine care for every single one of her candidates. Her training, advice and guide book was integral to me passing.


    Book a document review today.

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