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Psychometric Tests - Situational Judgement and Personality

Room 311, Northumberland Building

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This quick, introductory session is aimed at anyone making job, placement or internship applications who needs to complete psychometric tests as part of the recruitment process.

You will find out:

  • Why and how employers use these tests as part of their recruitment process.
  • How to prepare for situational judgement and personality tests.
  • Where to access further information and help.

This session will help you prepare to take and succeed in some of the situational judgement and personality tests commonly used by employers and will include the chance to practice.

 If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this, nucareers@northumbria.ac.uk 

 

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Room 311, Northumberland Building
City Campus


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