Boots Graduate Scenarios (Situational Judgement Test)

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About Boots online assessments

Boots have several graduate opportunities on offer and use aptitude tests to assess a candidate's abilities quickly and easily. In order to secure a graduate position, you will need to pass Boots' application process. One of those stages is the Boots Graudate Scenarios which we will cover below.

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Boots use the following tests in their selection process:

  • General Cognitive Ability
  • Personality
  • Situational judgement

Boots Graduate Scenarios

Boots is the UK's largest health and beauty chain with over 2,400 stores nation wide. One aspect of their online application is the Boots Graduate Scenarios which is a situational judgement test. You will face the Graduate Scenarios in the second stage of the application process, as shown below.

The Boots Graduate Scenarios is a situational judgement test that will assess a candidate's behaviour in workplace situations. You will be presented with an example workplace scenario that you may encounter as a Boots employee and will be required to choose how you would respond from a possible 4 answer options. This assessment is not timed so you can take your time and think about your answers. We have an SJT practise pack, however, the SJT tests included are not bespoke to Boots and so how Boots may wish their employees to respond to certain situations may vary to the scenarios and responses presented in our SJT pack.

Boots Application Process Stages

Stage 1

ApplicationThe whole application process will vary depending on the Boots region you are applying to. Some of the stages may not apply, and some may appear in a different sequence. However, all will require that you complete an application form. The form is very standard - you will need to provide contact details, your CV and answer some preliminary questions.

Stage 2

Online AssessmentsOnce your application has been reviewed and successfully passed screening, an online assessment will be employed. Once again, each region will operate under their own system. Generally there will be 3 online assessments used: general cognitive ability test, Graduate Scenarios, and a personality test.

Stage 3

Assessment centreFor the final stage of the process you will be invited to an assessment centre at their Support Office in Nottingham. The assessment centre is designed to assess your skills and give you an idea of life at Boots by showcasing some of the tasks and duties required. There will be various activities included such as interviews, group work, and presentations.

Stage 4

The OfferIf you have been successful then Boots will be in touch with you to give you an offer of employment; unsuccessful candidates will also be contacted.

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