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Situational assessment scenarios describe typical workplace situations to which the candidate needs to react. All our reasoning tests, including Situational Judgement, are designed to the industry leaders' standards: SHL, Kenexa, Talent Q, Cubiks, Watson and others. High question accuracy with relevant test content is one of the many reasons why 100,000+ candidates every year choose us for practice.
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When you apply for a job at a company there is a high chance that you will be asked to complete online tests. Depending on what role you are applying, tests may differ (e.g. Numerical, Verbal, Logical, Situational.)
These tests are designed to assess your ability to work with data, either numerical, verbal or visual. Once you complete the tests, a recruiter can then decide whether to proceed to the next interview stage.
Situational Judgement tests help employers assess candidate's reactions to conflicts and unusual situations in the workplace, as well as their managerial style. On the basis of candidate's answers a recruiter will determine whether candidate conforms to the position and the values of a particular company. The variety of situational scenarios allows assessing candidate's soft skills and how they perform under pressure.
A typical Situational test consist of the scenario, question and possible responses list. It must be noted that the type of reponse can be either multiple choice, sort (best and worst response), and complex response sort (least effective to most effective response.) Our platform has a wide range of situational tests, both for managerial and non-managerial positions.
The first thing you need to do is to understand what qualities the employer wants from you. Read the job description carefully and understand what you will be doing in the new role. Logic, emotional intelligence and attentiveness will help you to perform at your best at a situational assessment and answer questions correctly. A common cause of failure is inattention due to a rush. The questions can be tricky, and the answer options may differ in one or two words. Do a thorough situational analysis when reading a question.
The tests are adapted to the needs of a specific employer, so the skills to be assessed depend on the company's strategy.
For ease of reference, we have listed the skills that employers most often require from candidates:
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