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What do you need to do to pass the Situational Judgement Test?

What do you need to do to pass the Situational Judgement Test?

What do you need to do?

Tests like the SJT have sprung up because there is so much competition for the few good jobs. Organizations need to select the brightest and best as effectively as possible.

For them the SJT is a straight-forward and cost effective tool. For you it represents a huge hurdle between you progressing your career and staying stuck.

If you don’t get it right you won’t be offered the new job or that all important promotion. Some applicants stay stuck making the same mistakes over and over.

Luckily you don’t need to do that….Find out why here.


What are the essentials you must know?

As we discussed in the competency section, the little known secret is that most organisations select according to similar criteria on what they think will make a good employee.

With practice you can learn to be more aware of your own behaviour and preferences and make sure these are more in line with organisational objectives.
It’s not easy to do on your own though!


Who can we help?

Selection processes tend to be lengthy and frustrating. If you are lucky enough to get called in for testing, you don’t want this exciting new job to be snatched from you with an unsuccessful result. It may be a long time before the next chance comes along.

We can help you if you want to know the short-cuts to passing the Situational Judgment Test AND get yourself in front of your career decision makers

Many people face their first SJT with no clue how to effectively prepare for it- or even that you CAN prepare.

That’s why a lot of people have one or more failed tests behind them and are still none the wiser as to where they went wrong.

Climbing the career ladder can be tough, however ambitious or motivated you are. It’s frustrating when selection testing keeps holding you back, especially when you know that this tests stands between you and a better job, more money, maybe even a better lifestyle. It puts a lot of pressure on you to get it right next time, but it’s hard to know how to make sure.

If you haven’t done your homework, the prospect of an SJT can seem pretty demoralising. The odds of passing aren’t high; the organization will have invited far more applicants for this test than they need.

That’s why you need to make sure you have every advantage possible.

Have a look at our store to see how we can help you with your Situational Judgement Test


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