BULATS-Writing about Recruitment

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Advanced
Grammar Topic: Functions & Text
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Published: 15th Mar 2011

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BULATS Writing on the topic of recruitment

BULATS Writing Part 1

You have received the following email:

Thank you for inviting me for a job interview on 17

th

 March. 

I am afraid my present job does not finish until 19

th 

March, but I will be available 

for interview or work at any time from the 20

th

. I would be very grateful if you 

could offer me an interview on another date. 

Could you please tell me if there is anything I need to do to prepare for the 
interview or that I should bring on the date of the interview?

Yours sincerely

Alex Case

Write an email replying to Alex Case, including this and any other relevant information:

Suggest another date for the interview

Ask him to prepare a short presentation on his future career

Ask him to bring copy of his CV

You should write between 50 and 60 words. Do not include addresses in your answer. 

BULATS Writing on the topic of recruitment

BULATS Writing Part Two

Your company has decided to change the recruitment process that it uses. Your line 
manager has asked you to write a report on the present process and suggested changes. 
Write a report for your line manager.

Write about:

What the present recruitment process is

What the weaknesses of the present process are

What changes there should be

Write between 180 and 200 words. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2011

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