Last updated on June 17th, 2021
The behavioural case study questions are designed to test how you respond to health and safety situations on a construction site. They are based on the principles established in the industry’s film Setting out – what you should expect from a site and what they expect from you.
The behavioural case study questions that will be in the full test are not published which means that they are not available to revise from in the same way as you can for the knowledge questions. This is because they have been Included to measure your responses to a presented situation.
However to help you prepare for your test a sample case study has been written to help explain the way in which they work, and it has been included here for you to walk through. A further two sets of case study questions have been written specifically for the simulated tests to ensure that the test offered is as close to the real test as possible.
In your exam you will have to answer 12 behavioural case study questions. Each case study is a series of 4 linked multiple choice questions which follow a fictional character as he or she faces a series of decisions whilst working on a Site. Each question will ask you how the person in the case study should behave. We have created a set of of 3 case studies with 12 questions in total for you to answer. Once you have selected your answer and then the Next button, you will be presented with the next question. Be sure to read the questions carefully and review the answer you have selected before continuing. Once you select Next to move on you will not be able to return to the question. You will also have to select an answer to move on so that the case study can unfold.
You can try this case study as many times as you like. For other mock questions for the CSCS test please check out our other pages.
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