Top FAQ’s – Psychometric tests

Recent reports have shown graduate schemes have been receiving over 50 applications per place.  In the current market it is essential to practice as many questions as possible and be fully prepared for your psychometric aptitude tests. What internet browser is best to access the aptitude tests? We recommend to use Google Chrome or Firefox.  Using older versions of internet explorer can, on rare occasions, lead to users being unable to view graphs and tables fully. What score do I need to pass? There is no official...

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Top Tips to Pass your Aptitude Tests

1)      Practice as many questions as you can before your assessment.  The more questions you practice the more familiar you will become with the types of questions you’re likely to be asked and the better you will perform. 2)      Ensure your preparation is effective.  Practice tests under timed conditions to simulate the time pressure you will experience in the real assessment. 3)      Focus on your weakest area.  If you find numerical reasoning the hardest then this is where you should focus your efforts.  We all...

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Essential Guide to Success

1. Your competitors will be fully prepared so you must be too. Don’t fool yourself and think you don’t need to practice as many questions as possible. 2. Maintain a positive mental attitude, think of your aptitude test as an opportunity to demonstrate your ability and outcompete other applicants, not as an onerous mandatory task. 3. Focus on the areas you find hardest, focus the majority of your time on these questions. 4. Be committed – get practicing as soon as possible and make time for practice, get started now. 5. Keep...

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Top FAQ’s relating to our aptitude test packages

Q: Can I sit the psychometric aptitude tests as many times as I want during my membership? A: Absolutely – the tests are designed to help you improve your scores and perform to the best of your ability on your Assessment Day, you can sit them as many times as you like and we advise concentrating on the ones you struggle with the most – focus on your weakest areas. Q: I’ve got a numerical reasoning test and verbal reasoning test but I’m fairly confident with my verbal reasoning skills should I just practice for my numerical...

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Aptitude test FAQ’s

Q: What’s the best way to prepare for my aptitude test? A: Practice aptitude tests as much as possible before your assessment centre, the more you practice the better you will get and more comfortable you will feel on your assessment day. Q: When is it too late to practice? A: It’s worth getting in as much practice as possible before your assessment but even if you’ve got your assessment tomorrow you can still get valuable practice in now, which could be the difference between passing and failing. Q: Why should I bother...

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