Case studies are usually comprised of a scenario (real or imagined), a set of instructions and an information pack.
You should expect to receive information in multiple formats (emails, reports, graphs and statistics) and you’re likely to be given 30-60 minutes to research and prepare a piece of analysis.
Case studies may feature at assessment centres as part of individual written tasks, group exercises and/or presentation activities.
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Like situational judgement tests and in/e-tray tasks, case studies offer employers a glimpse of your potential to perform the role, as well as a sense of what it might be like to work with you.
Some of the key skills which employers may be looking for are:
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