Situational Judgement

Measure a candidates values, attitude and approach

to everyday tasks in your organisation

What is a Situational Judgement Test?

A Situational Judgement Test (SJT test or situational strengths test) measures the skills and behaviours of individuals in work-related situations. These include their soft-skills, common sense, non-academic behaviours and practical intelligence.

With four approaches to prioritise, you can understand their values and behaviours in given situations.

Whilst generalist SJT’s are available, maximum value is gained when we create a bespoke SJT for your unique company. This enable us to align the test to the specific characteristics, values, attitude and unique culture of your company.

Creating your SJT 


Simple steps, painless process, cost effective and highly valuable.



Skillsarena Consultant will learn about  your culture, scenarios and roles.



Our Consultant will draft scenarios which reflect your company for your review.



Together we will review the content and make any adjustments required.



A pilot of the test will be completed on existing staff to validate the content.

Why use an SJT?

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By using real life work scenarios you are able to get a better understanding of how the candidate may operate if they were to join your organisation.There are benefits to both candidates and an organisation:

For the individual. Taking a SJT Test for a company can actually provide them with an insight into the company culture, values and ethics and give them a good indication of what it would be like to work in that environment.

For Companies. A Situational Strengths Test is a very cost-effective yet powerful way to select potential strong performers from a large group of candidates. This is also a good selection method for those with little or no work experience such as Graduates.

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