I believe that's the proper title for it. My wife is up for a job, and she's jumped through the first two hoops -- an interviewer and a department head -- and now she has to go back to meet the personnel director and for some psychological testing. I was just wondering if anybody'd ever had one of these tests. Anything she should know about it? Anything she should be prepared for? (Should she try to second-guess any of the questions, for example?) Also, should she be cautiously encouraged? I went through a similar process where the last "layer" of management I had to meet with was the City Manager (the highest-ranking public official in our town). It turned out to be the easiest part of the hiring process. He wanted to talk to me for literally five minutes and just get the sense of whether I'm a "people" person. I'm thinking this may be a similar case for my wife. But mostly I'm concerned about the psychological test. My wife's one of the nicest, most honest people you'd ever meet, but who knows if that's what they're testing for?