This is a part of the EPSO computer-based testing. It is taken in the second language of the candidate.
It is taken to assess the following factors-
- Analysis and problem-solving.
- Organization and prioritization.
- Result and the quality of delivering.
- Working with others.
The candidates must be very careful and take decisions very preciously and should be much situational judgement.
Here are a few important tips for situational judgement and interpersonal skills-
- Always think from the teams’ point of view as most companies will test the candidates for their interpersonal skills more.
- Avoid conflicts and work for hand in hand with the team to make better relations with them.
- Never state fake assumptions and never lie. Always tell the truth and facts. Candidates should not try to get involved in matters where they don’t require him/her to.
- Always do the work together as a team and involve each individual equally. This will make them feel that have equal importance in the team and will make them give their 100%. Always try to be fair to each teammate.
- Read all the questions carefully and understand the task and never take decisions in a hurry.
- Try a few online tests at home to build self-confidence. This will help one to build up confidence and he/she won’t get nervous while giving the actual exam.
Abstract reasoning tips for EPSO
Another preselection test found in EPSO exams is the abstract reasoning. This tests deals with the candidates ability to identify logical patterns in a series of figures.
They will give each candidate10 abstract questions with 10 minutes. These marks which will be scored in abstract reasoning will be directly added to numerical reasoning. To pass out this exam one must get 10 out of 20 as combined marks in numerical and abstract reasoning paper.
Types of abstract reasoning exercise
Candidates mostly have to answer questions like what may come next. Candidates should carefully examine the given figures then seek for patterns. Some of the most commonly used patterns are-
- Rotations in clockwise and anti-clockwise.
- Movements in horizontal, vertical, and diagonal directions.
- Mirroring and rotations combined.
- Moments on a different degree.
- One figure may rotate clockwise while others in anti-clockwise.
- Color alternatives.
Be prepared for all these kinds of problem-solving and prepare well. Always keep on practicing and look for the weak points and work on them a little bit more.
Here was information about judgmental and abstract reasoning. To get more information on abstract reasoning one can go and visit their official site.