Group Exercises Assessment Practice Pack

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Strengthen your practice for the Group Exercises Assessment Test with our updated Group Exercises Assessment Practice Test Pack, which covers all the sections on the actual exams. This book provides valuable insights into what to expect and will be of great help in helping you develop effective study strategies. Kick off your preparation with our Group Exercises Assessment Practice Test


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About Group Exercises Assessment Practice Test

Group exercises typically assess a candidate’s behaviour and engagements in a group, and the overall group dynamics involved in the exercise. Typical factors assessed in a group exercise include team working ability. social skills, confidence, and communication skills.

What to expect:

Group exercises typically assess a candidate’s behaviour in a group, and the overall group dynamics involved in the exercise. Typical factors assessed in a group exercise include:

  • Team working ability
  • Social skills, confidence, and communication skills
  • Business acumen
  • Leadership potential and influence
  • Capacity to deal with deadlines under pressure
  • How compatible a candidate’s skills and behaviour are for the role
  • Interpersonal skills, i.e. listening skills, persuasion, diplomacy, mediation, composure, patience, etc.
  • Decisiveness and critical thinking ability

Sample Group Exercises Assessment Test Past Questions

Question 1:
You’re part of a team working on a project with a tight deadline. One team member consistently misses deadlines and fails to complete their assigned tasks. What action would you take?

A) Ignore the issue; it’s not your responsibility.
B) Speak privately with the team member to understand their reasons and encourage active participation.
C) Publicly criticize the team member during a meeting.
D) Remove the team member from the project without discussion.
Answer: B)


Question 2:
During a group discussion, two team members strongly disagree on the best approach to solving a problem. The disagreement is causing tension within the group. How would you handle this conflict?
A) Take sides and support one team member’s viewpoint.
B) Encourage both team members to continue arguing until a resolution is reached.
C) Mediate the discussion, allowing each team member to express their viewpoint and find common ground.
D) Walk away from the discussion to avoid conflict.
Answer: C


Question 3:
Your team is working on a project, and one team member is not actively participating in group discussions and seems disengaged. What steps would you take to address this issue?
A) Publicly call out the team member’s lack of participation.
B) Speak privately with the team member to understand their reasons and encourage active participation.
C) Ignore the situation, assuming the team member will become engaged eventually.
D) Complain to the team leader about the team member’s behavior.
Answer: B


Question 4:
In a team meeting, you notice that one team member is dominating the conversation and not allowing others to share their ideas. How would you handle this situation to ensure equal participation?
A) Confront the dominating team member publicly during the meeting.
B) Privately speak with the dominating team member to encourage balanced participation.
C) Continue the meeting without addressing the issue to avoid conflict.
D) Interrupt the dominating team member and insist on hearing others’ viewpoints.
Answer: B


Question 5:
Your team is facing a challenging obstacle, and some members are becoming demotivated and pessimistic. What actions would you take to boost team morale and maintain a positive atmosphere?
A) Ignore the demotivated team members and focus on your own tasks.
B) Speak privately with the demotivated team members to understand their concerns and provide support.
C) Publicly criticize the demotivated team members for their negativity.
D) Encourage the team to ignore the challenges and push forward without addressing concerns.
Answer: B


Question 6:
You have two team members who have a strong conflict of interest that is impacting their work. How would you address this conflict?
A) Ignore the conflict; it’s their responsibility to resolve it.
B) Mediate a discussion between the two team members to find a compromise.
C) Remove one of the team members from the project.
D) Report the conflict to a supervisor and let them handle it.
Answer: B


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