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Tomorrow (7th December) is the first wave of the two national Situational Judgement Tests for aspiring FY1 junior doctors. Applicants are given questions/situations they may face as a junior doctor but The Foundation Programme Office says "There is no need to revise for the SJT as it is not a test of clinical knowledge."
However, there has been a discussion in the past in doc2doc about The exploding market in 'How to pass the SJT' resources
The Programme Office claims that "To prepare for the SJT you may wish to try the SJT Practice Paper, and refer to the answer rationales. You might also find it helpful to read Good Medical Practice and familiarise yourself with the attributes expected of you as a UK foundation doctor, explored further through the SJT monograph and stated in the Person Specification."
There's also some information in Student BMJ too on how to prepare:
So, how much revision have you done in preparation? Is it something you can revise for or is it more of a technique you have to adopt when answering the questions? Are you feeling confident?