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Practice Situational Judgement Test
Answers and Candidate Guidance Booklet

June 2011

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Practice Situational Judgement Test

Practice Situational Judgement Test
This is an example situational judgement test (SJT) which will allow you to become familiar with this format of test. SJTs are commonly used by employers as part of their selection process. If you have been invited to sit a SJT this simply means the employer is trying to establish how you would potentially behave in different situations. The fictional situations you will face are usually designed by the employer to simulate the kind of decision-making you might be faced with during your employment with them. Employers will have a set of responses which reflects how their ideal candidate would respond. Your responses can be compared against their model responses to help the employer decide if you are a good fit within their organisation. But remember this test is just one contributing factor to a rounded selection process; employers will never use the results from one test in isolation, so don't worry if you feel you haven't done well. There is no time limit to this test however your first answers are usually the most accurate, so try not to spend too long thinking about each one. There are four different scenarios to this test and each scenario contains four questions. Scenario 1: Most and Least Likely to Perform Scenario 2: Ranked Responses Scenario 3: Most and Least Effective Responses Scenario 4: Rated Responses

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Practice Situational Judgement Test

1. Most and Least Effective Responses

In these questions you will be asked to imagine yourself in a number of different scenarios and roles. You will be presented with situations and asked to select the response you believe you would be ‘most’ and ‘least’ likely…...

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