Whether you’re looking to relocate to the USA for a job, or you are job hunting inside the country already, its best practice to have an understanding of the recruitment environment you will be facing. An adequate understanding of the tools and techniques of recruitment in the geographic location you’re stepping into allows you to better prepare to compete for the role you’ve applied for; here is a look into how widely psychometric testing is used in the USA today.Continue reading “How widely used is psychometric testing in the USA?”
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A strong verbal ability is more than just a tool to help you land your dream job. A high verbal prowess guarantees a positive first impression, showcasing you as a professional equipped to effortlessly communicate in language that truly transmits your intention.
Your verbal ability can be a real asset, whether you are in your dream job, interviewing for a new position, starting out a new relationship, or anywhere else in life.
While that may sound daunting, it is good to know that verbal ability is learned. It should give you the confidence to know that verbal ability training is appropriate for everyone, regardless of their educational background.
Here are 15 ways to improve your verbal ability which will help you confidently improve your comprehension and range of expressions starting today.Continue reading “15 Ways to Improve Your Verbal Ability”
Have you ever gone back to look at a test you’ve done in the past, only to realize you lost marks because you selected the wrong answer, when in fact you knew the correct answer all along? If you’ve had this experience, rest assured you are not alone. Even the most highly competent candidates make common aptitude test mistakes which reduce their overall score and their chances of being offered a prime position. Here, we share the most common aptitude test mistakes, so you can reduce the chance you’ll make an error and get an even better overall score.Continue reading “Avoid These Common Aptitude Test Mistakes”
When applying for a job, it’s vital to include necessary information that puts you in the best light. While you probably have a fair idea of what passes as good information, the criteria for what makes something a little questionable is somewhat murky. Today, we’re going to discuss what not to include on your resume, so you stand the best chance of making a professional first impression.Continue reading “What NOT to Include on Your Resume”
Today we have added 25 new situational judgement test (SJT) scenarios, a total of 100 new situational judgement items.
The 25 new scenarios are all of the rating type of SJT.
All our members can practice on the new SJT questions from today.
So, you received a reply back from a great company who is interested in proceeding through the initial stages of an interview with you, but you need to do an aptitude test? If you’re feeling suddenly stressed, you can rest assured knowing that this is a stage where most candidates experience anxiety. While aptitude tests can cause stress, it doesn’t need to be that way. Read on to discover how you can reduce your level of anxiety while performing well at that all-important moment.Continue reading “How to Cope with Aptitude Test Anxiety”
If you’ve just graduated from college – congratulations! All your hard work has finally paid off. While it may be tempting to take a rest, what you do now could truly set you up to land a great first job. Here is your step-by-step guide to help you get an extra edge over other applicants.Continue reading “How to Land Your First Job out of College”