Prepare for your Situational Judgement Test with our exam format questions


Situational Judgement Test

Prepare for the SJT element of your foundation application with our exam format questions

Our comprehensive SJT resource will prepare you for the Foundation Programme Situational Judgement Test (SJT), which assesses the presence of the appropriate professional attributes expected of a UK foundation doctor.

As with your Education Performance Measure (EPM), your SJT performance provides 50% of the overall score for your foundation application.

Our collection of 'ranking five actions' and 'select three from eight' question types, matched to professional attributes, are written and reviewed by our experienced editorial team, for you to practice these new question styles and prepare yourself fully for the test.

* Subscribe to a 9 or 12 month Finals subscription and recieve our SJT resource for FREE! Offer ends 01/12/2015. SJT will be manually added to your account within 72 hours. 

SJT questions for free

130+ Expert written questions
2015 Mock test
Free Mobile app

Your Situational Judgement Test resource will include:

  • Over 130 'ranking five' and 'select three from eight' questions
  • Aligned to the UK Foundation Programme's person specification
  • A full Mock Test created to simulate test conditions
  • Work Smart revision to answer questions by type or curriculum
  • Detailed explanations that improve your learning
  • Detailed performance analysis and feedback
  • Exam specific revision advice

Work Smart

Customise your revision to suit you - choose to answer questions by topic, type, difficulty level or weak area.

Use Work Smart to test your weak areas - select this feature in your session analysis and we will provide you with a pre-filled Work Smart session that focuses on your weak areas only.

Revise more efficiently; our Adapt For Me feature adapts to your current performance and delivers you questions that increase in difficulty as your knowledge improves.

After each Work Smart session, we provide you with a memorable list of learning points covered in that particular session, to help reinforce your revision

Work Hard

Do you want to test your knowledge across all topics in your exam curriculum? Our Work Hard feature delivers questions to you in a random pattern across all exam relevant topics.

You can also choose to work in test mode which means you will not see your scores, answers and explanations to the questions until the end of your session to give you more of an exam experience.

Feedback & Analysis

Understand how you are performing and where you need to improve - Our graphing features ensure you get a clear, accurate and detailed picture of your performance by session and over time.

Are you ahead of the curve? Our Peer Comparison tool shows you how your average scores compare to the average of all BMJ OnExamination users revising for the same exam.

Track and log every revision session by name in your learning journal. Stored in date order, you can return to any session whenever you wish.

Mock Test

Ready to put your knowledge to the test? - why not take a mock test and check you are exam ready.

Designed to test your exam aptitude our mock tests are timed and include the correct number of questions and topic spread for your exam – mirroring what you will face on exam day.

Mobile App

Our free App allows you to revise offline on up to two devices allowing you to use both your phone and your tablet. Download up to 100 questions at a time. All of your scores are saved and are synced back to your account when you next log in online.

This means that you can fit in your revision wherever you are, on your commute, in between patients, having a coffee break, whenever it suits you best.

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Section Editor

Matt Morgan

Matt Morgan

Speciality: MBBch, BSc, FRCA, PhD (pending graduation)

Matt graduated from Cardiff after spending time studying Medical Law at Bristol. Following a short period spent in the military, he has worked in general and emergency medicine before pursing intensive care as a long term career. He has spent time working clinically in Australia and has completed a PhD in sepsis immunology.

Matt started working as a question writer for BMJ OnExamination in 2005. He then progressed on to guide the medical student section before becoming lead clinical editor in 2011. With a passion for medical education and new technology, Matt provides clinical and editorial oversight of the whole onExamination resource along with a fantastic editorial team.

Matt Morgan's Top Exam Tip: Ensure you have a sound overview and understanding of a topic before focusing on the details. Having hooks to hang knowledge upon makes it much easier to use this knowledge when it is needed

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