The graduate recruitment process often includes psychometric tests which are designed to identify your skills, knowledge and personality. They are increasingly popular in recruitment and are now used across many industries.
You may need to take a psychometric or aptitude tests before or after the interview stage, or under controlled conditions at an assessment centre.
Assessment centres consists of a number of exercises designed to assess the full range of skills and personal attributes required for a job. A range of selection techniques will be used.
Here are our top 3 tips to help you:
Performing well at psychometric tests or during an assessment centre requires preparation and practice.
Drop in to see us in the Career Studio on University Square or look out for our pop-up Career Studio on Monday 4th March 9:30am – 5:30pm in the main foyer of the Rendall Building.
Have a look at our online resources – or pick up copies from the Career Studio and have a chat about what to expect and how we can help.
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