situational test

sit·u·a·tion·al test

in psychology and psychiatry, a test situation in which a person is observed as he or she performs a task or an actual sample of the job or role to be performed; for example, a test used to select people for the Office of Strategic Services during the Second World War and for managerial positions today.
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For example, departments may use all or a combination of various methods, such as field background investigations, medical examinations, physical strength and agility tests, situational tests, psychological examinations, polygraph tests, and assessment centers.