So, what is your experience with job questionnaires? Is it in your best interest to answer truthfully, even if an answer might come across negatively, or should you really just determine what they are looking for and "game" the questionnaire? If I were reviewing a questionnaire and someone turned in perfect answers, I would figure they were lying or stretching the truth (since no one's perfect) and I would automatically toss out their application. However, some of these may be run through computers who don't think like that.
So, should you simply answer in a straight-forward manner, or should you game the questionnaire? (I don't see this as an ethical dilemma because getting past the questionnaire might simply be a case of playing against some sort of computer algorithm where a live person may never get to see or interpret your answers.) I think people should at least have a chance to get their application reviewed by a live person, so what do you think?