SHL Situational Judgement Tests - Graduate and Executive Scenarios
Explore SHL Situational Judgement Tests. Discover what behaviours and competencies employers are looking for and practice these concepts with our online preparation pack.
The recent popularity of the Situational Judgement Test (SJT), or Scenarios Test, reflects employers’ interest in the practical intelligences of their employees and how they cope with day-to-day scenarios. Many recruitment campaigns now include an SJT and since SHL is the leading assessment company in the world, there is a great chance you will encounter their Graduate/Executive Scenarios as part of your selection/promotion process.
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What is Being TestedSHL situational judgement tests present potential scenarios relevant to the post being applied to and provide a selection of potential responses to each scenario. Candidates are requested to either choose the most appropriate response, or to rank the responses in order of desirability. Candidates’ responses are then compared with a set of ideal answers generated by assessment experts.
The test is tailored for graduates, executives or mid-professional positions. It specifically measures a candidate’s overall level of managerial judgement. Score feedback is usually sectioned into the following three areas:
Managing Objectives – explores how you make the best use of networking, consulting with and using the energies of others. As well as how you plan prioritise and organise in order to produce solutions.
People Management – explores how effective you are at managing a team, including facing topics such as motivation, disputes, encouragement, leadership resource-management and planning in order to meet objectives.
Corporate or Reputation Management – explores topics of taking personal responsibility, supporting and being positive about your organisation.
The Graduate Scenarios test usually measures another factor – managerial judgement, or how effective you are at weighing up managerial situations and deciding on ways of handling them.
Graduate ScenariosIn Graduate Scenarios, because graduates are not expected to have management experience in large organisation, the test uses settings familiar to graduates. You are invited to try some sample questions in our Free Situational Judgement practice session.
Executive ScenariosIn Executive Scenarios, the test will reflect that the candidates have significant work experience to draw on. The Executive test has a strong focus on leadership potential and is as often used for promotional purposes as recruitment, where the test is usually discussed at interview.
PreparationSHL states that ‘your answers should draw on the general knowledge and life experience you have acquired’. However, these tests often block people from gaining employment because they don’t prepare and are under the misconception that since you will be faced with real-life scenarios, these tests cannot be prepared for. At JobTestPrep we train you to master SHL Situational Judgement Tests - you will learn which priorities are valued by employers. And will receive guidance on the basic rules of behaviour that are recommended in a workplace.
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