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What We Do

We exist to help you get on a graduate scheme

Our service is designed to give you competitive advantage when trying to secure a place on a graduate scheme

Our service is tailored to you, but usually includes:

Application
Review of one of your applications ​
Verbal / Numerical Reasoning Tests
Practice tests with feedback and ​hints/tips to score higher marks
Group Exercise
Virtual group exercise and feedback session on what assessors are looking for
Presentation
15 min pitch with Q&A
Interview
Competency based interview with feedback

Get on a GRAd

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About US
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Nathan Deeming
Founder, Get on a GRAD Scheme
As alumni of a FTSE 100 sized graduate scheme, I know how important it is for aspiring graduates to secure a place on a graduate scheme. 
 
Competition is fierce, but graduate schemes are the platform to propel your career.  I've assembled a team from leading ex-graduate schemes to help coach you through the process to maximise your chances of success.
Why should I sign up?
Don't leave your biggest career break to chance
Typically only 1-2% of applicants make it on to a Graduate Scheme.
Learn from those who know how to do it
Our team have all made it onto graduate scheme and most have also been graduate scheme assessors.
A small investment for a brighter future
Typical graduate scheme salaries are £25,000-£30,000+
Direct entry graduate jobs are usually £16,000-£19,000
A small investment in your future, may quickly pay for itself
We've helped graduates onto a number of Graduate  Schemes
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Learn from those who made it onto a graduate scheme

 
 
Sign Up
Date/Time to be confirmed after booking
Flexible options, pay for the help you need
Working

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