Situational Judgement Test

3 Practice Exercises
Assesses judgement in work related situations including managing conflicts, serving clients, and dealing with ethical issues.

102 questions – 140 minutes

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Do you need support in your preparation for the Situational Judgement Tests government of Canada and the Canada Revenue Agency?

We provide Situational Judgement Test practice exercises (bilingual) to help you successfully pass the Canadian government and Canada Revenue Agency Tests.

The Situational Judgement Test practice exercises are intended for:

  • Candidates who are competing for a position within the Public Service of Canada and will undergo the test in English or French.
  • Public Service employees who will be tested before being considered for promotion or advancement.
  • Individuals who wish to enhance her/his skills for professional development or career advancement.

The Situational Judgement Test is one of the several standardized tests that you will have to challenge before you can step into your future career within the Public Service of Canada.

Our practice exercises are targeted to help you achieve success at the Canadian government and Canada Revenue Agency Tests.

This is a unique opportunity to build-up your self-confidence, consolidate your knowledge and be well prepared before taking the real PSC Canada Tests or Canada Revenue Agency Tests.

Now is your chance to act, and reach your goals at the Situational Judgement Test!

Situational Judgement Test

The Situational Judgement Test assesses judgement in work related situations.

The test presents a number of challenging situations that an employee might encounter at work. These situations may include managing conflicts, serving clients, and dealing with ethical issues.

Each situation is followed by five possible actions that one might take in response to the problem described.

You are asked to select one alternative that you think is the most effective in dealing with the problem described in each situation and one alternative that you think is the least effective.

The Situational Judgement Test consists of 102 questions and a time limit of two hours twenty minutes.

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