Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Situational Judgement Test

The Situational Judgement Test, or more commonly known as STJ, is a standard form of personality testing used by a lot of firms in their application processes.

The advice the introduction, and every firm gives you is 'answer every questions honestly, with how you feel you would act in each situation'. In my own personal experiences, it's certainly worth going on the RBS website and seeing what their core values are; inevitably the STJ questions will be looking for you to highlight your views on teamwork, creative ideas amongst others.

This is a relatively straight forward exercise, and presumably most people get through this stage.

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