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About JobTestPrep’s Department of Defence Packs

JobTestPrep offers hundreds of custom and tailored preparation packages to suit your needs. There is no need to feel intimidated or overwhelmed by the application and recruitment process when using JobTestPrep.


Department of Defence Civil Service Clerical Exam

This test is geared for anyone applying for a range of positions on the federal, state and local levels, including: clerks, stenographers, typists, data-entry positions, and more. The test measures your ability to accurately memorize and remember information and its questions are customized for the related position.


Department of Defence Accounting Civil Service Exam

The accounting exam will cover a wide range of topics, including among others:

  • Coding Guidelines: Your ability to determine the correct code for given information, or understand what information can be inferred from a given code.
  • Inductive and Deductive Reasoning: Problem-solving by applying general rules or by piecing together strands of information.
  • Accounting Terms and Problems: This segment of the test will challenge your knowledge of basic terminologies and apply principles of the trade correctly.

Department of Defence Civil Secretary Exam

As a secretary you will be in charge of organizing files, drafting messages, scheduling appointments, supporting other staff members among other assignments. Most secretarial or office assistant positions necessitate passing the civil service secretary exam. The test will test your efficiency in carrying out given tasks, typing speed, record keeping and correct usage of language (Spelling, Grammar, and Punctuation.)


Department of Defence SJT Test

The Department of Defence Situational Judgement Test (SJT) provides insight into your abilities to effectively approach conflicts and scenarios that may come up during the workday. You will also be asked to choose a series different statements that best or least describe you. The results of this test will allow Department of Defence Assessment to gain a better understanding regarding your workplace competencies, as well as your compatibility with their company standards.

 

Department of Defence Civil Service Clerk Typist Test

The typist test will challenge your accuracy, speed and technical abilities. Questions will vary from Clerical Operations which focuses on punctuality, attention to detail and coding to Direction Following to ensure you can follow directions both simple and complex. Of course, grammar, spelling and your speed is a given. Additionally, expect questions on Basic Arithmetic Computations and record keeping (graphs, tables….)


Department of Defence Personality Test

Companies like Department of Defence looking to fill positions like sales, engineering, and HR want to know that you have what it takes to deal with the pressures and complexities of a given job. Your personality will look to uncover your attitude towards work, communication skills, motivation and your values that make you successful. Unlike the face-to-face interview, it is difficult to charm your way through the personality, so it is imperative that you prepare.

 

Online Preparation for the Department of Defence Tests

There is no need to feel intimidated by the Department of Defence assessment testing with JobTestPrep on your side. Our in-depth practice materials and comprehensive study guides will ensure that you have a leg up on other candidates throughout the Department of Defence hiring process.

 

What is Department of Defence Hiring Process Like?

Department of Defence hiring processes follow similar patterns for each type of recruitment, but the exercises you will encounter depend on the level you are applying to. There are also some differences at each level between technical recruitment and business roles. You can be requested to attend an interview and complete aptitude tests.


Department of Defence Interview Procedure

Before starting your interview at Department of Defence do your homework on the company. It is important to show your interviewer that you identify with the company’s missions and goals. They not only want to see your skill-sets (very important) but also how you will fit in personality wise to company culture. Second prepare your own list questions and make sure you can identify what the interviewer might ask. Lastly, prepare to demonstrate how your background and skills will be of value.


Frequently Asked Questions by Department of Defence Applicants

Are There Different Variations of the Situational Judgement Test?

Yes, the test does come in multiple forms, such as computer or paper-based. Department of Defence might only use text, while others throw pictures and video clips into the mix. Still other versions might use computer-generated avatars to create a scenario, to which you must respond usually textually. It is important to note that the SJT are usually not timed, it is important to answer them in a timely and accurate manner and watch for guidelines like “this question should take 10 minutes.”

What Questions do the Department of Defence's Representatives ask in a Phone Interview?

After you have uploaded your résumé and cover letter onto the Department of Defence's website, you will have a phone interview with its Human Resources manager who will ask you questions mostly about your education, working experience, and career goals. You may also discuss the company’s business objectives, your future duties, and benefits you will be given, if you qualify for the position. If your phone interview goes well, you will receive a link to the online test that you need to pass in order to move to the next stage in the hiring process.

What does Department of Defence Hiring Process Entail?

According to a recent report in Forbes, the length of an interview process has almost doubled from 13 to 23 days on average. The reason for this is that the hiring process has become more comprehensive with more hoops and hurdles that applicants need to jump through. These include a range of screening methods, such as Personality, Verbal, Situational Judgement and Mathematical Reasoning along with potentially several rounds of face-to-face interviews with HR and managers at various levels in the company. As the process becomes more complex, JobTestPrep is here to give you the knowledge you need to succeed.

Should I Choose "Strongly Agree/Disagree" or "Agree/Disagree in the Department of Defence Personality Tests?"

There are different kinds of questions found on personality assessment tests. When given a statement with extreme statements such as "always" and "never," you should answer them with less extreme answers such as "agree" and "not strongly agree." However, there are times during a personality test in which you should choose "strongly agree" or "strongly disagree." You should choose "strongly agree" when the following types of questions are asked:

  • Most people are honest by nature.
  • Most people can be trusted.
  • Very few people steal at work.
  • I cannot remember the last time I lost my temper at work.
  • I rarely worry about how well I'm doing at my job.

You should choose strongly disagree when asked the following types of questions:

  • It is human nature to steal from others.
  • Most people cannot be trusted.
  • Sometimes my co-workers annoy me.
  • I sometimes worry about losing my job because of office politics.
  • Sometimes I don't feel able to handle all my work responsibilities.

 

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