Situational Judgement

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Situational Judgement Practice Test

This is a practice situational judgement test that simulates a real situational judgement aptitude test. 

The test has 5 questions and you should aim to complete the test within 5 minutes.

All questions are multiple-choice. 

Make sure you read a question in full before answering.

Answers and explanations to the questions are provided at the end of the test.

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Situational Judgement: question 1 of 5

Stan is working as an administrator at an investment bank. In three months the branch will change its banking information-system.

What is the best response Stan should take in order to respond to this change?

Situational Judgement: question 2 of 5

You've been working in the same place for the past three years and have managed to work your way up. Lately, you have been feeling that you have reached your potential in the company so you start pursuing options for advancing your career in other companies. You are now in the midst of negotiations for a new position.

Rumours that you are leaving have spread in your current work place.

What would you do and why? Choose ONE option.

Situational Judgement: question 3 of 5

In the past week, you notice that Felix has been reading a newspaper during work while the supervisor is out of the office. Last week the supervisor was absent a lot- and Felix seems to be reading while he should be completing his tasks.

What would you do first?

Situational Judgement: question 4 of 5

At a marketing meeting with your supervisor and the senior marketing manager you find yourself in the midst of a conflict between them. You know that the two do not get along professionally and that they are in constant disagreement. They are now arguing about strategies for a new campaign, and are asking you to pick a side.

What would you do and why? Choose ONE option.

Situational Judgement: question 5 of 5

You and Travis from the sales department have been working on a presentation about a large and important client, due by Friday this week. Your supervisor will present your work to the board of directors. Travis is responsible for gathering data related to the customer, while you are responsible for transforming his data into presentation slides. Accidentally, Travis has collected the data from a wrong document - which caused you to produce 30 inaccurate slides (around a day's work). Your manager is counting on the presentation to be ready on time for the weekend meeting.

What is the most effective response?