Succeed at Psychometric Testing

Practice Tests for Personality Testing

Author: Peter S. Rhodes

Publisher: Hodder Education

ISBN:

Category: Employment tests

Page: 196

View: 777

Are you about to attend an interview or assessment centre for a new job, or are you being considered for promotion or training? If that means the daunting prospect of sitting psychometric tests, including psychological evaluation, then this book contains plenty of preparation exercises based on all of the major test types to hone your skills, satisfy your curiosity about what is involved and prepare you for what to expect! By understanding the consequences of taking these tests your confidence will be boosted for the real thing! Contents include: -Personality: Some Basic assumptions -Models of Personality: The Big Five -Big Five Test Scoring and Interpretation -Trait Models: The Cattell Model -Cattell Test Examples: Scoring and Interpretation -The SHL Model: Questions and Interpretation -The DISC Model: Questions and Interpretation -Conclusions -Preparation for the big day -Further information

Practice Tests for the Armed Forces

Author: Bernice Walmsley

Publisher: Hodder Arnold

ISBN:

Category: Great Britain

Page: 214

View: 104

To enter the Armed Forces any candidate will have to successfully negotiate the appropriate selection process. At entry level most applicants will have had little experience of psychometric testing and written tests and exercises of this nature are often a stumbling blockfor even the best candidate but they are certainly something that an applicant can prepare for and improve performance. For the tens of thousands of potential recruits to the British Armed Forces at soldier, rating or aircraftman/woman level each year this book will prove invaluable in giving guidance, and more importantly, practice in the aptitude tests required to enter the service of their choice. In addition the extended practice available in this book will raise a candidate's confidence level overall and help to improve general performance at interview

Succeed at Psychometric Testing

Author: Jeremy Kourdi

Publisher: Teach Yourself

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 210

View: 353

Are you about to attend an interview or assessment centre for a new job, or are you being considered for promotion or training? If that means the daunting prospect of sitting psychometric tests then this book contains plenty of preparation exercises to hone your skills and build your confidence before you face those tests. This book covers a vital area of psychometric testing, one which is widely used throughout industry and in the public sector. With hundreds of practice questions, Verbal Reasoning Advanced level shows that verbal reasoning is an easily improvable skill and gives you the opportunity to practise, practise and then practise some more! Improve your skills AND build your confidence before the big day. Written in a clear and accessible style the book contains: -Tips and advice on pre-test preparation -Hundreds of practice questions, cross-referenced to answers and comprehensive explanations -Guidance on what to do on the day of the test -Further reading and websites

How to Succeed at an Assessment Centre

Author: Harry Tolley

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Assessment centers (Personnel management procedure)

Page: 182

View: 729

When applying for a new job or a promotion alot of people have to face the rigours of an assessment centre. Many organizations, in both the public and private sectors, now use these extended forms of assessment for selection purposes. Candidates often fail to do themselves justice as they are unaware of the different types of assessment tasks they may have to undertake. This fully revised and expanded new edition provides ideal preparation for assessment events and there is expert advice on all the key issues such as: how the assessments are conducted, how to behave - both in formal and informal situations and how to prepare for the different forms of assessment. It looks in detail at each of these different assessments, from group exercises and psychometric tests to panel interviews and role play exercises. There are plenty of practice questions with answers and explanations, and new material on personality and emotional intelligence questionnaires. How to Succeed at an Assessment Centre is essential preparation for this daunting selection process and it will help to improve anyone's chances of success.

How to Succeed at Assessment Centres

Author: Kathleen Houston

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 280

View: 471

Many employers now invite candidates to an assessment day. This book guides you through each step of the process, from getting selected and preparing for psychometric tests to group exercises and interviews. Featuring practical exercises and advice from both employers and graduates, it's an invaluable resource for opening the door to your career.

Succeed at Psychometric Testing

Practice Tests for Numerical Reasoning Intermediate

Author: Bernice Walmsley

Publisher: Hodder Education

ISBN:

Category: Numeracy

Page: 197

View: 600

Are you about to attend an interview or assessment centre for a new job, or are you being considered for promotion or training? If that means the daunting prospect of sitting psychometric tests then this book contains plenty of preparation exercises to hone your skills and build your confidence before you face those tests! This book covers a vital area of psychometric testing, one which is widely used throughout industry and in the public sector. With hundreds of practice questions, Numerical Reasoning Intermediate Level shows that numerical reasoning is an easily improvable skill and gives you the opportunity to practise, practise and then practise some more! Improve your skills AND build your confidence before the big day. Written in a clear and accessible style the book contains: -Tips and advice on pre-test preparation -Hundreds of practice questions, cross-referenced to answers and comprehensive explanations -Guidance on what to do on the day of the test -Further reading and website

How to Pass the Police Selection System

Practice for the Psychometric Tests and Succeed at the Assessment Centres

Author: Harry Tolley

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 176

View: 100

Many would-be entrants to the UK police service are unsuccessful because at some point in the assessment system they fail to demonstrate their full potential. Failure may be the result of a variety of factors such as: stress and anxiety; being unable to cope with the psychometric tests; having to perform in front of other people while being observed and evaluated. If you are applying to join a police force in England or Wales, How to Pass the Police Selection System will help you to do your very best in every part of the assessment and achieve your goal. It provides essential guidance on all aspects of the selection process, including: entry requirements and competencies; completion of the application form; the assessment centre; psychometric tests; role-play and written exercises; the assessment centre interview and the job-related fitness test, making it the most comprehensive guide to the new police recruitment procedures available.

Tips For Passing Psychometric Tests: Bullet Guides

Author: Bernice Walmsley

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Study Aids

Page: 128

View: 726

What's in this book? Open this book and you will... - Improve communication - Foster development - Establish goals - Encourage success Learn how to be a mentor: - Understanding mentoring - The mentoring process - Successful mentoring relationships - Skills for successful mentors and mentees - Common pitfalls - The benefits of mentoring - Advice about giving advice - Bringing it to a successful close Sample page spread: What are Bullet Guides? The answers you need - now. Clear and concise guides in a portable format. Information is displayed in an easy-to-read layout with helpful images and tables. Bullet Guides include all you need to know about a subject in a nutshell. Get right to the point without wading through loads of unnecessary information.

Succeed at IQ Tests

Improve Your Numerical, Verbal, and Spatial Reasoning Skills

Author: Philip J. Carter

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 195

View: 926

IQ tests are a commonplace feature of both the educational system and recruitment and selection procedures. Succeed at IQ Tests contains 400 questions, typical of those you are likely to encounter in actual IQ tests. The questions are organised into 10 timed tests, each of 40 questions, together with a guide for assessing your performance. By practising the different types of questions, you can improve your verbal, numerical, spatial reasoning skills, boost your confidence and improve your IQ rating. Whether you are faced with an IQ test as part of a job interview, or simply wish to exercise your mind for you own entertainment, Succeed at IQ Tests provides you with plenty of opportunity to practise.

Improve Your Data Interpretation Skills: Flash

Author: Sally Vanson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 96

View: 552

Are you facing nerve-wracking data interpretation tests as part of a job application, training or a bid for promotion? Get a kick-start with this little book which will give you just enough to get you going...