Big Law is finally moving toward a better screening method for selecting new Cogs. Kudos to whoever started the trend of adding a battery of psychological screening tests to the usual mix of two-hour lunches and dinners stuffed between a series of 20-minute chit chat interviews. Was McKenna Long & Aldridge the first? How did it take so long?

I have not seen a sample test, and I doubt I could give the correct answers if asked. But I am jazzed about the whole idea — probably because I am already employed and have a few sample questions of my own to add to the list.

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