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Situational judgement

Book Situational Judgment Test 2013


Claire MERCIER, Emmanuel HETRU and Jean-Luc BIZEUR




English (available in French and English)


233 pages




330 g


1st edition

Special offer! For only an extra €5, get the 2010 Situational Judgment Test book as well!

The new, completely revised and extended 2013 edition is designed for all candidates taking European institution competitions who wish to prepare in the best possible way for the situational judgment test.

The situational judgment test assesses the behaviour and decision-making capability of candidates in a working environment. Each question describes a work-related scenario and gives a set of four possible actions that might be taken in response. Candidates must choose the action they believe to be most effective and the action they believe to be least effective.


To succeed in this test, candidates must approach each question as a role play exercise and set aside their own professional experience. They must answer each question on the basis of the information given in the scenario and on what is expected of them in terms of competencies and good professional practice. They must be able to rank actions by using the most appropriate criteria: degree of problem resolution, degree of priority, life positions, etc.


The entrance tests for the European institutions are highly selective. Success in the situational judgment test is primarily a matter of method and training.

This book will help you increase your chances of success significantly. It includes:

-      a detailed methodology illustrated by numerous examples;

-      6 tests of 20 questions each;

-      a detailed corrective explanation of each question;

-      a score chart per competency.


The questions in this book are similar to those set in the competitions run by EPSO since 2010. They are different from those in our previous publication, from those in our training courses and from those in our online tests.


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