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Career prep and practice tools for people who want to get hired.

Featuring advanced career marketing tools including shareable video resumes.


Video Interview Assessment Test Types

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Open Ended Questions

The open ended, starter questions can be the hardest. Practice makes perfect.

Work Style Questions

Employers want to get to know your work style, mindset and personality to see if you are a fit.

Situational Questions

Employers want to know how you will behave and react in certain types of situations.


Understand your strengths.
Learn how to answer interview questions and build your skills with mock interview questions and multiple interview formats.  Create modern career marketing tools like the video resume.

Shareable video resumes with visual link feature on resume.
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Use our character profiles and competency guidance to learn how to understand and talk about what you have to offer.
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Why do I need to practice?

You have all participated in a video conference before, but have you been invited to a one-way video screen or assessment?  This is the most popular form of video interviewing being adopted by employers who hire in large volume. The invitation comes to your email and you respond by a deadline providing a convenient, no-schedule interview method. 

Employers create their questions based on the role they are hiring for and will ask a range of soft skill and competency-based questions presented as behavioral questions, situational questions or open ended questions. The questionnaires included in this application are the same questions and delivered on the same interview software used by employers.


Depending on how employers are using video screening and assessment you may be invited to answer a video assessment questionnaire at the first, second or third stage of an interview process. It's important you are prepared for the kinds of questions that you will be asked, and prepared to answer them effectively on video.  Build your video interviewing skills and excel in your interview process by signing up and trying a wide range of interview questions and formats.

videoBIO Practice is brought to you by videoBIO Recruiter, in the market since 2009 with software powering video interviews used by Employers and Universities worldwide.

Free trial: Try two free video assessments

Get started with trying video interview assessments and gain access to tutorials and create a video profile to add to your resume!

Subscribe to unlock all features and interview questionnaires

Select a one month plan to gain full access to all assessment questionnaires and get automatic assessment results. 

Access the most innovative career tools available

Create a video job application and share with a videobio.me page. Add your video application directly to your resume with a visual thumbnail.  Invite employers to provide video references and add to your application.

What customers are saying

I needed to get ready for a video interview

“I had a 1-way video interview invitation for a job opportunity and I had no idea what to expect. I wanted to make sure I had run through a few practices before moving to the real thing. This got me familiar with the technology and allowed me to practice video interview responses. Totally worth the investment.”

Joshua, 32

Call back for third stage interview

“I got through the first two interview steps and then I was invited to a video interview for a behavioral case assessment.  I was really nervous because I didn't know what they might ask and I hadn't done an interview like this before on video. A friend recommended this application to me so I signed up and it was really helpful.”

Sasha, 44

Graduate interviews with e-campus are all video interviews

“I was invited to a video interview by five different employers in the campus recruiting process. Everything is video now with Covid.  I didn't get any training from my University career services group for this type of interview so I needed something to practice.”

Mohammed, 22