NSW Graduate Program Test and Interview Practice

Wish to become NSW Graduate Program's employee? As part of NSW Graduate Program's hiring process, you will most likely need to take the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) test, as well as other assessments and interviews. Start preparing for the hiring process with JobTestPrep's helpful practice materials and pass the assessment tests and interviews with success.

NSW Graduate Program Test Preparation
  • 4 SJTs (Situational Judgement Tests)
  • 1 Hogan personality test
  • 30 single trait tests
  • Interview preparation
  • 4 group exercises and guides



Practise with our NSW Graduate Program PrepPack™

The NSW Graduate Program screening process can be challenging, but don’t let that stop you. Let JobTestPrep help get you ready for success with our comprehensive NSW Graduate Program preparation materials for all stages of the hiring process.

NSW Graduate Program Online Individual Task

The Individual Task you will be requested to complete is a kind of SJT (Situational Judgement Test). SJTs are psychological assessments where you are presented with hypothetical, yet realistic, scenarios related to the job in which you are applying.

Learn more about SJTs.

NSW Graduate Program Personality Assessment

The NSW Graduate Program uses the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) test to assess candidates. It measures your day-to-day personality, also known as the bright-side.

It assesses how you relate to others. Employers use this assessment to determine how well you work with others, how you lead or follow, and if you are successful in certain positions.

Learn more about the Hogan Personality Inventory test.

NSW Graduate Program Interview Policy

Although important, a successful NSW Graduate Program interview takes more than dressing smart. Before arriving make sure to extensively research the company and the position you wish to fill. Make a list of points that highlight your past achievements and write open-ended questions to learn as much as you can about the company, division, and how management operates. Remember that the interview is two ways, while they interview you, you should interview them as well. When faced with questions regarding your weaknesses, be open and honest, but also demonstrate how you resolve or work around them efficiently as possible.

NSW Graduate Program Assessment Centre

An Assessment Centre offers a more precise method of evaluating potential employees’ suitability for jobs. Employers have long come to the conclusion that inviting job applicants to the Assessment Centre for a whole day or two yields a more exact understanding of their professionalism and personalities than simply testing or interviewing them. Evaluating applicants during events at the Assessment Centre is more efficient because they are required to do different activities there: to participate in group discussions and role-playing, make presentations, take part in social events and case studies, and pass different written tests. Combined, these activities reveal job candidates’ personality and professional aptitude more fully. Among qualities that they bring to light in candidates are analytical thinking, commercial awareness, adaptability, and leadership. For employers, inviting job applicants to the Assessment Centre minimizes the risk of hiring the wrong people. Participating in different activities at the Assessment Centre is not always a pleasant experience, however. Candidates are eliminated at every stage of the event. Not many of them, therefore, arrive at the final interview with a company’s managers that, if they are favorably impressed, may culminate in a job offer.

Why Should I Prepare For the NSW Graduate Program Tests?

Practice is key prior to taking wither a personality or a situational judgment test. NSW Graduate Program uses these tests to ensure that they are hiring the right candidate who meets their standards and workplace competencies. When using our Hogan-style and SJT PrepPacks™ you will become familiar not only with the test format but also the appropriate way to respond to each question. In this way, you will surely be at an advantage over the other NSW Graduate Program candidates.