Looking for a job? Suitability assessment coming up? Here’s how to prepare yourself!
Sometimes you come across different tests or assessments that measure suitability when looking for a job. Their purpose is to provide the employer and also you with further information on whether your qualities and abilities meet the requirements of the open position. Such tests may be exciting, especially it it’s the first time. Did you know that you can practice beforehand with tests available online? See our tips on how to prepare for a suitability assessment!
Some test providers offer test makers tips and an opportunity to try and practice suitability assessment beforehand. We have compiled here a few examples that you can try out free of charge:
Cubiks provides personal assessment services in Finland and the rest of the world and allows to try out their tests with a few sample questions on their website. In addition, they tell openly about their own assessment process and give useful tips for those coming to an assessment.
Aon (formerly Cut-e)
Aon, formerly known as Cut-e, also offers an opportunity to practice answering their tests. As with Cubiks, Aon’s website provides useful tips for preparing for the tests. Their practice site is available in English.
Traditional service provide SHL has compiled a broad range of tests for practicing on their English-language site in particular.
On the Finnish-language site you will find tips and sample questions, but unfortunately practice tests are not available in Finnish.
Recently rename Clevry, Psycruit that merged with Studentwork and Sharper offers on their website tips for preparing for psychometric tests and some sample questions.
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It is recommended to check out different tests, even if a suitability assessment were not topical for you at work right now. It is likely that at some point during your job-seeking process you will be invited to a suitability assessment, so practicing beforehand to understand the logic of the tests will do no harm.
Try it out and learn something new!
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