The written examination of the UN YPP 2017 will consist of two parts: the Specialised Paper and the General Paper.
The Specialised Paper tests the substantive knowledge corresponding to your job family.
The United Nations dedicates one day for the written examination. The 2017 MAGNET and INFONET exams will be held in-person on 14 December 2017. The POLNET exam will be held online in October 2017. No one is allowed
The written exam is the hardest and most challenging part of the UN YPP. Official statistics show that for 2012 the number of applicants exceeded 41000, while only 98 posts were foreseen to be filled. In other
Most candidates note that the most challenging about the written exam is time constraint and broad range of topics asked in the test.
The exam lasts for 4,5 hours which seems a lot at the first glance. Although,
Through the text summary, the General part of the written examination tests your ability to identify the main ideas in the text, articulate your thoughts in a clear and concise manner, logically structure the text