Over 20% of graduates have considered cheating on employer aptitude tests as concern over post-Brexit opportunities grows

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A quarter of graduates willing to pay to access practice material ahead of tests in effort to beat competition

Posted inNews archiveon31 Aug 2017

More than one in five graduates has either cheated on an employer aptitude test or thought about doing so, as concern over post-Brexit opportunities grows, according to new research from graduate advice sites WikiJob and practicereasoningtests.com.

The most common method of cheating admitted to was arranging for someone else to take the test for them, says WikiJob, the UK’s largest forum for graduate jobseekers.

WikiJob adds that the survey also revealed that a quarter of candidates were prepared to

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