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    Hello all,

    I was wondering if anyone knows what the post offer psychological test consist of and if it is similar to the job suitability assessment? Thanks for any input.

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    Disregard. I got the information I needed.

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    What did you find @James ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugaless View Post
    What did you find @James ?
    For the department I am applying for I was told that he psychological assessment includes about 1.5 hours of paperwork and then a telephone interview. The basis of this assessment is to review alcohol, drug use and mental health. It sounds very similar to a lot of the things that they cover during the Job Suitability Assessment but just more focused.

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    The last one I took was a 4+ hour written followed with a meeting with a psychiatrist after he reviewed the test. The written has lots of repeated questions checking for truthfulness. Remember the psychiatrist is not "yours" don't open up and tell him your life story. He is there to weed out potential problem children from getting hired. Keep your answers short and sweet, straight to the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James004 View Post
    Hello all,

    I was wondering if anyone knows what the post offer psychological test consist of and if it is similar to the job suitability assessment? Thanks for any input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkroll View Post
    The last one I took was a 4+ hour written followed with a meeting with a psychiatrist after he reviewed the test. The written has lots of repeated questions checking for truthfulness. Remember the psychiatrist is not "yours" don't open up and tell him your life story. He is there to weed out potential problem children from getting hired. Keep your answers short and sweet, straight to the point.

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    Thanks for the advise. I will definitely put that to practice.

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