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Situational Judgment Tests (SJTs) continue to evolve as a predictor of performance. This type of instrument presents realistic events that may occur at work with a range of viable options to solve the problem. There have been countless empirical studies and findings to easily summarize in one blog post. Therefore, the present post briefly describes some of the basic findings that are well known in the field of Industrial/Organizational Psychology. These articles are a great jumping off point to learn more about SJTs and how they contribute to the measurement of performance.