Chelmsford, United Kingdom (11 March, 2011) – AssessmentDay believe that people who undertake psychometric testing may find themselves tempted to provide false answers for personality profiling questions, in order to advance their chances. However, as a provider of practice online psychometric tests and aptitude tests, AssessmentDay warns against this course of action.

Online aptitude tests and psychometric testing have become a popular method for evaluating potential employees throughout job application stages, as they assess the particular strengths an individual has, and can help an employer discover the most suitable candidates without having to interview a large number of applicants in person.

As many psychometric tests involve personality tests, applicants may find themselves attempting to beat fellow applicants by giving answers they believe the employers will most likely want to hear. However, most online psychometric tests have in-built checks to identify whether a person is being honest or not, commonly by rephrasing questions in a number of different ways.

“When faced with personality questions in online psychometric tests, it can be tempting to choose answers you believe will make you look better, rather than those which you know to be true to yourself,” a spokesperson for AssessmentDay commented. “However, people should be aware that this can backfire if they are caught out, and it could lead to further problems down the line if they are given the job under false pretences. With our practice onlinepsychometric tests and aptitude tests, people can become comfortable with the process.”

For more information about AssessmentDay Ltd and online psychometric tests and aptitude tests, visit their website at http://www.assessmentday.co.uk/ or call 02071 835441.

About us:

AssessmentDay was set up as a help point for graduates and job seekers looking for information about aptitude tests and assessment centres. The service offers tips and preparation guides foronline aptitude tests and psychometric tests at assessment centres, with the intention of providing job seekers with practice tests which accurately reflect those used by many recruiters. AssessmentDay employs the services of chartered occupational psychologists, some of whom have written professionally for such major psychometric test publishers as SHL, ASE, and Kenexa.

Contact:

Oliver Savill

AssessmentDay Ltd,

16 Foxholes Road,

Great Baddow,

Chelmsford,

CM2 7HP

Tel: 02071 835441

Email: os@assessmentday.co.uk

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