During assessments assessors want to see how you react to and get on with other people. Although it is good to show that you are competitive, remember that your assessors are primarily interested in seeing evidence of teamwork, communication and leadership skills. It is important to remember that some of the people you meet on assessment day could be your future colleagues. All, several, one or none of your assessment group may be hired. You need to perform to a very high standard at an Assessment Centre, but you do not need to challenge, compete or disagree with other candidates. In fact, it may harm your assessors’ opinion of you if you do.