Since it was first published in 1991, How to Pass Selection Tests has become a best-seller, and proved to be of considerable help to thousands of people who face employers' tests. Candidates can actually improve their scores by preparing for such tests, and this fully revised and expanded new edition provides all the expert advice and practice material needed. The first part of the book advises candiates on the different types of test, why they are used, how to prepare for them, how to develop a successful test strategy and how to deal with anxiety. The second part of the book contains hundreds of practice questions relevant to some of the most common types of test used for selection purposes. By working through these candidates will be able to familiarise themselves with the types of question asked, boost their confidence and cope with nervousness - all key factors in achieving success. The practice material includes verbal and numerical psychometric test questions, complete with answers and explanations. How to Pass Selection Tests is based on real life preparation programmes devised by the authors, and is essential reading for anyone who is faced with such a challenge, and is determined to succeed.The first part of the book advises candiates on the different types of test, why they are used, how to prepare for them, how to develop a successful test strategy and how to deal with anxiety.
|Title||:||How to Pass Selection Tests|
|Author||:||Mike Bryon, Sanjay Modha|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page Publishers - 2005|