Test Preparation Activities and Employment Test Performance
This study examined the relation among motivational factors, test preparation activities (metacognition and learning strategies), and employment test scores using data from 493 actual job applicants to a state law enforcement agency. Results showed that motivational factors are related to metacognition and the learning strategies in which applicants engage. Use of these activities was in turn associated with higher test performance.
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Taylor and Francis
CLAUSE, Catherine, DELBRIDGE, Kerry, SCHMITT, Neal, CHAN, David, & JENNINGS, Danielle.(2001). Test Preparation Activities and Employment Test Performance. Human Performance, 14(2), 149-167.
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