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We can easily accommodate special requirements (e.g. disability) so please let us know, so we can make any necessary adjustments or arrangements. If you are taking a written assessment, and have dyslexia. Please let us know as soon as possible prior to the assessment, so we can make the necessary adjustments. We will not be able to adjust the timetable on the day.
The invitation that we will send to you should outline the ID documents that we will need you to bring to your interview. We will not be able to interview you unless you bring these with you as it is essential that we have proof of your identify.
For further information on identity checks, visit NHS Employers.
Situational judgement tests - are designed to assess how you would behave in situations that you could encounter in the role you applied for.
Group exercises - are designed to assess your communication and team working skills whilst working through a work-based scenario.
Presentations - assess your ability to research, present and communicate information effectively on a specific topic.
Simulation exercise - is designed to simulate certain aspects of the role. Examples include: mock lectures, phone tasks, leading MDT meetings.
Written tests - provides an assessment of your written ability in certain areas. Examples include: numeracy, literacy, IT skills and clinical skills tests.
Psycho-metrics - helps identify working-style strengths based on key competencies. Results help focus interview questions or exercises.