Don't get all giddy rookie.

Goldman Sachs (GS) will start administering "personality tests" for applicants for jobs in banking, trading and finance, and risk divisions, Reuters reported.

The personality gauge will compare answers of potential new hires to answers of current Goldman employees who have exhibited traits that mark high performance - teamwork, analytical thinking, good judgment and more.

The tests will be given before candidates' second round of interviews at the bank and will be just one factor of many in the final decision, Goldman recruiting head Matt Jahansouz said. The bank is testing out the new process on the incoming intern class starting in the summer of 2018.

But, as TheStreet's founder (who worked his tail off at Goldman) and Action Alerts PLUS portfolio manager Jim Cramer explains it was never easy to get a gig at Goldman.

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