Competition for TJAM substitute judge takes place this weekend

The discursive written test will last for five hours and will be applied on Friday (6).
04/05/2016 16h23 - Updated 4/05/2016 16h23
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The Brazilian Center for Research on Evaluation and Selection and Event Promotion (Cebraspe) will hold, on Friday (6), Saturday (7) and Sunday (8), the written discourse and the written practice sentence of the public tender for the position of Career Deputy Judge of the Amazon Court (TJAM).

The discursive written test will last for five hours and will be applied on Friday (6), 13h (Manaus). Already written proof practice sentence - a civil sentence and a criminal sentence - will also have a duration of five hours for each sentence and will be applied on Saturday-7 (civil judgment) and Sunday-8 (criminal sentence), both 13h (Manaus).

The call for public session identification and disclosure of interim results in discursive written test will be published in the Journal of Electronic Justice of the Court of the State of Amazonas Justice and published on the Internet, the probable date of 8 June this year.

The event, until now, We had just performed the first phase. no day 18 of April, It was released the final results in the selective objective evidence. A total of 1533 of 1840 subscribers took the test.

After the written test and the written test discursive sentencing practice, the contest also provides for a third stage in three phases: final registration and inquiry of past life and social research, TJAM of responsibility, com apoio logistics do Cebraspe; tests of physical and mental health; and psychometric exam, and the last three of Cebraspe responsibility.

The fourth stage of the event will be the oral test, classificatory and eliminatory character. The fifth and final step is the evaluation of titles, of classificatory. In addition to these steps, or contemplate contest, still, the medical expertise to be carried out on applicants who are declared disabled, TJAM of responsibility.

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