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A measurement tool that is growing in popularity and frequently used in a variety of contexts, particularly in promotion, personnel recruitment and professional development, is the Situational Judgement Test (SJT). The SJT also provides more options for educational teacher selection. This study focuses on non-academic qualities, particularly those based on broad and narrow features, in teacher selection. In order to ascertain the subjects addressed and the methodologies employed for the review, this study utilises a Systematic Literature Review (SLR), which encompasses a review methodology. The SLR method consists of four steps: searching, screening, analyzing, and processing the results based on specific criteria. The review encompasses seven studies conducted between January 2012 and December 2021, which examined the utilization of the Situational Judgement Test (SJT) as a tool for teacher selection. These studies collectively cover a duration of ten years. Based on the seven previous studies, a broad trait was identified, namely consciousness. The seven narrow traits recorded are organisation & planning, empathy & communication, adaptability & resilience, mindset, emotion regulation, professional ethics, and enthusiasm & motivation. Consistent with many other studies, the traits and characteristics found can be used as a basis for teacher selection. However, the traits can only be used in the context of the selection process.
Keywords: Broad Traits, Narrow Traits, Teacher Selection, Situational Judgement Test, Systematic Literature Review