Practice aptitude tests for job applicants and graduates
What are Aptitude Tests?
Aptitude tests assess a person’s core capability of common skills, such as numerical, verbal and diagrammatic reasoning. They offer a very effective mechanism for selecting candidates so have become increasingly involved in the recruitment process.
At Practice Aptitude Tests, we provide industry standard psychometric tests for banking, accountancy, finance, law, engineering, business, marketing & vocational fields.
Technically speaking, it’s all about assessing your cognitive and social powers which allow companies and organisations to streamline the process by finding the right candidates sooner.
Why do employers use Aptitude Tests?
Based on the answers to these tests employers can effectively build a personal profile and see if it matches with the company’s culture and the role in particular. The profiles are further used in providing an overview of how the person might perform and behave in the workplace.
Our Aptitude Tests
Numerical reasoning tests demonstrate your ability to deal with numbers quickly and accurately. These tests contain questions that assess your knowledge of ratios, percentages, number sequences, data interpretation, financial analysis and currency conversion.
Verbal reasoning tests assess your understanding and comprehension skills. You will be presented with a short passage of text which you’ll be required to interpret before answering questions on. These are typically in the ‘True, False, Cannot Say’ multiple choice format, although there are a range of alternatives too.
Diagrammatic reasoning tests assess your logical reasoning ability. The questions measure your ability to infer a set of rules from a flowchart or sequence of diagrams and then to apply those rules to a new situation.
Situational Judgement Tests assess how you approach situations encountered in the workplace. They are built around hypothetical scenarios to which you would be expected to react accordingly. Based on your answers it will be verified how aligned you are with values and behaviors of a particular company.
E-Tray exercises are electronic versions of in-trays. Both use simulations and scenarios that you are required to interpret and process before making decisions on a number of tasks. You will be presented with a selection of resources and you'll be required to respond as you would if you were working for the company.
Assessment Centres are not a physical place. They are a method of assessing multiple applicants for a job, consisting of a number of exercises designed to assess the competencies deemed important for success in that job.
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