In today's competitive employment world, candidates must practice psychometric tests. Even assessment companies encourage candidates to practice in advance
as they know the more experience you get, the more the concepts become apparent, revealing what employers are looking for, and what you should do in order to adapt to their requirements: Learn about yourself
Most of us prefer not to hear the truth about ourselves and are not open to criticism. For example, our Situational Judgement Tests
and online Personality Test
give you candid feedback on your behaviour and skills, and can greatly improve your career opportunities and chances of qualifying for your next job, reminding you of your strengths and what weaknesses you should try and improve. Gain confidence
The feeling of being under investigation often make us change our behaviour, reducing our confidence, decision making and judgement skills. Pre-exposure to test materials can change these feelings dramatically. Improve response times
Since many psychometric tests introduce rigorous time limits, practice alone can improve your time management and success rates. Brush-up skills
Many of us tend to forget the basic abilities that are measured through psychometric tests. Returning to square one and practising the tests with professional feedback and solving strategies is sure to help.
When clients were asked whether JobTestPrep's practice packs helped them in their selection process, the average score on a 1-6 scale was 4.61 for 2011. Indeed, pre-exposure to professional simulation tests and the advice of experienced people from the psychometric and assessment industry can greatly affect your performance at Assessment Day. Although we never state that we guarantee practicing with JobTestPrep's will land you your next job, we are certain it will increase your chances of getting it. Learn more about psychometric tests results
. "The tests are accurate and good practice for actual situations." April, 2012 - Government Management Selection "The tests really helped me understand the structure and how to cope with the pressure of being timed."
January 2012 - Deloitte Graduate Scheme