Video Interview Assessment Test Types
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.
Employers want to know how you will behave and react in certain types of situations.
Video Interview practice: How it works
Video assessment tests
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 use dedicated video interviewing software in their process to create questionnaires and share them with you to respond to by a deadline.
Employers create their questions based on the role and will ask a range of soft skill and competency-based questions in the interview process. These could be presented as behavioral questions, situational questions or open ended questions. These assessments are more commonly being conducted in a video assessment test format to provide the hiring team a more efficient method of interviewing many applicants without having to schedule individual screen calls.
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 to be 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.
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Get results and tips to improve
Review results, watch tutorials and improve your video assessment response skills. Access tutorials and tips on how to build your video interview skills by working on your responses to the full range of questions being asked by employers.
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