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High-Impact Interview Questions: 701 Behavior-Based Questions to Find the Right Person for Every Job by Victoria A. Hoevemeyer

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3. Rating Scales

The third and final section in a well-designed Interview Guide is the rating scales. There are two primary options for rating scales. One is developing a form where the rating scale is part of the CBBI-Questions page. The second primary option is to have a separate document for the rating scales. This can either be a completely separate document or a page following the CBBI interview questions.

In addition to the organization’s culture, the biggest factor in determining how to incorporate the rating scale is the design of the rating scales, which are often referred to as behaviorally anchored ratings scales (BARS) or behavioral observation scales (BOS).

Rating scales can range from very simple scales that apply universally to ...

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