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Army psychometric test designs
Army tests were created by Rob Williams, alongside a team of psychometricians. Plus, we designed, several Officer-based situational judgement tests. And a ‘Soldier’ situational judgment test. Plus, Verbal reasoning and numerical reasoning tests for use at ADSC.
Also, we designed a bespoke personality questionnaire for Army Officer ADSC selection centre at Sandhurst. Plus, a decision-making test was also created for Army Officers.
Army test practice
Practice tests, assessment advice, application tips etc can be found in these Army test practice sites:
- Army Fitness Test centres and Army Soldier Recruitment Steps.
- ASVAB practice tests.
- British Army application .
New Army Test Designs
Most recently, Rob Williams Assessment has been working with the British Army to develop numerical reasoning test designs for trainee soldiers and for trainee Officers in the Army.
In our opinion this is one of the largest test development projects of its kind. It involved many strands of Army test design. Firstly, designing over 20 SJTs. Then, two realistic job previews.
Also, we designed three ability tests. Plus, personality questionnaires. Finally, career guidance tests.
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Army situational questions brief
Here are the main points in the Army tests design brief.
- Firstly, focus group research, job analysis and a research literature review. Also, to include substantial input from Army SMEs at key points.
- Secondly, to be administered and completed online.
- Thirdly, to be face valid and engaging for candidates (with scenarios based upon realistic Officer training incidents).
- Fourthly to provide a Recruiter report
- Also, to provide a Candidate Report for potential candidates.
- Finally, to improve potential candidates’ understanding of the demands and ‘key tipping points’ which they would encounter during Sandhurst training.
Army test – situational judgement brief
- Firstly, target completion time of 20-25 minutes.
- Secondly, to have approximately 20 items.
- Thirdly, to be administered online. Also, to guide candidates, through the provision of feedback, about their likely suitability for Army training / early career stages. Thus prompting consideration of their fit and hence assisting self-selection.
- Fourthly, to adopt a research-based approach with SMEs to elicit if five distinct instruments were necessary by asking the SMEs to rate how appropriate each scenario was for each Officer entry route.
- Also, create a core set of common Mainstream Officer scenarios, with specific questions for particular Officer entry routes.
Army Officer Competencies
- Discipline – The need to recognise and respond to the requirements and expectations of military discipline and follow orders.
- Military awareness – The ability to understand that expectations in a military environment can be different from those in a civilian environment, and so emphasise the appropriateness of certain types of behaviours over others at a ,general level (note: this does not include an appreciation of specific ways of behaving that result from contact with the military or military training).
- Commitment – to be committed to all aspects of the Army, Army life and fellow Officers and Soldiers. In both attitude and the behaviors shown. To fulfil to the best of their ability the requirements and demands that Army duties place on individuals.
- Sociability – The importance and strength gained through connection with others, especially during training and early adaptation to Army life.
- Resilience – The importance of being able to deal with challenges and adversity, to recover from set-backs and to remain focused.
Army Officer Competency-based Design
These five areas were useful in setting expectations. For example providing areas for group facilitators to explore.
The intention was to provide a framework for creating SJT scenarios. Item writers were also well informed about the Army values. The Army’s description of their values provided a second framework structure for item writing management.
For more info on the Army Situational questions and the Officer Situational judgement test see this page.
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