Situational Judgement

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Notes About this Topic

Situational Judgement Tests (SJTs) or Inventories (SJIs) are a type of psychological test which present the test-taker with realistic, hypothetical scenarios and ask the individual to identify the most appropriate response or to rank the responses in the order they feel is most effective. SJTs can be presented to test-takers through a variety of formats, such as booklets, films, or audio recordings. SJTs are becoming more popular with law enforcement agencies. The test goes beyond the traditional questions that measure judgment and problem-solving abilities. SJT’s reveal critical personality traits about the job applicant such as honesty, integrity, loyalty, confidence, flexibility, compassion and more.

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Learn best practices for maximizing your outcome on Situational Judgement Testing (SJT).


Important: Judgment questions that can occur on both your written exam and during your oral interview. How do you instinctively react to difficult situations. Choose the single BEST response.


Important: 25 SJT practice questions where you are asked to rank 4 choices in order from most effective to counter-productive. These Situational Judgment questions that can occur on both your written exam and during your oral interview.


Important: 15 Situational Judgement Questions with very short time limits that will measure certain personal qualities, like integrity, flexibility, confidence, etc.

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