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We learn analytical competencies that characterise the candidate’s ability to make decisions, innovation, analytical skills, problem solving, hands-on learning and attention to detail.


– The teacher shows students the presentation, explains what analytical skills are needed and why they are important; and answers students’ questions.

– The teacher asks some of the students:
Tell me about a situation where you had to formulate new ideas?

Tell me about a situation when you solved an unforeseen problem, how did you rectify the situation?

Describe a time when you did not have all the necessary information to solve a problem. What did you do then?


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