The tests you will take will vary depending on the role and the company, but they will usually include one or more of the following:
Candidates’ comprehension of numerical, statistical, financial, and graphical data is assessed via numerical reasoning tests. The test would typically consist of 18-20 questions and last between 17 and 25 minutes.
This test is frequently used for candidates who must analyse data as part of their position and who must operate under pressure.
Candidates must understand and make logical deductions based on written data in verbal reasoning tests. Candidates are given a passage of written information, which may be centred on the industry’s intricacies to which they are applying, and then asked to answer questions based on the information. The test comprises 25-30 questions and lasts 16-20 minutes.
The test is frequently used for applicants who must critically analyse written content and/or have a solid command of the English language.
Abstract reasoning tests examine candidates’ capability to solve problems and deal with new information. They must think intellectually and logically, and they frequently use shapes and patterns to do so. In addition, it assesses a candidate’s ability to think laterally and fluidly. The test usually consists of 20-24 questions and lasts 22-25 minutes.
The test is good for determining a candidate’s ability to learn new abilities rapidly, think strategically about challenges, and analyse new information.