Retail Tests

Retail Tests

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The Retail Industry offers a wide range of job opportunities but it is important you are prepared for the types of assessments that may be asked of you as part of the recruitment process. Many companies within the industry have built robust selection processes to ensure they get the right candidate with the right skills for the job. The best way to do well at the assessment day is to practice these types of tests in advance. The more practice you do, the more chance you will have of improving your score and standing out amongst the other candidates.

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Retail Psychometric Tests

The Retail Industry is a broad term that covers all businesses that sell goods and services to clients. Because of this, there are plenty of opportunities to work within this industry. We have broken down the various types of retailers below:

Department Stores; these are stores that sell a range of products including clothes, beauty products, home-ware, jewellery, shoes etc. The most commonly known Department Stores in the UK are John Lewis, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer and House of Fraser.

Warehouse Retailers; these are stores that sell items in bulk at discounted prices. The most recognised warehouse retailer brands in the UK are Costco, Tesco Distribution Centre and Constellation.

Speciality Retailers; these are stores that sell a specific group of items for example shoes, books, toys, sportswear etc. Examples of these businesses within the UK include Sports Direct, Early Learning Centre, Waterstones and Pandora.

Supermarkets and Grocery Stores; these are stores that sell food and beverages. On occasion, and particularly in recent times, some of these stores have started to sell clothes and homeware. The most commonly recognised supermarket brands in the UK are Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Iceland.

Convenience Retailer; these are stores that typically sell convenient items as well as petrol. Examples of these businesses in the UK include the Co-Op, Nisa, McColl’s, Londis, Tesco Express and Sainsbury’s Local.

Mobile Retailer; these stores simply focus their sales on technology such as mobiles, tablets and other mobile devices. They are one of the fastest growing areas within the retail industry, and examples of these brands include Apple, Vodafone and O2.

Discount Retailer; these stores sell items at a reduced price. Examples of these stores include Poundland, Woolworth, the Range and Bargain Buys.

Internet Retailer; these are all website based retailers. With the Internet being more accessible across the Globe, there has been an increase in online retailers as it enables people to buy items without having to make a trip. One of the most commonly known brands is Amazon but most high-street shops are using their website to allow online purchases.

If you have applied for a role within retail, it is likely that you will be asked to complete a series of aptitude and psychometric tests. It is common for candidates to complete both a numerical reasoning and verbal reasoning assessment as part of the application process. Most roles within this sector require you to work with the general public. As such, it is expected that you have a basic numerical capabilities and sufficient language skills in order to be suitable for the role. Furthermore, it is likely that you will be asked to complete either a situational judgement test or a role-play. These will determine whether you have the skills to handle difficult situations, and deliver exceptional customer service. Both of these are key skills within the retail sector.

Our practice packages have been designed specifically for individuals looking to get a job within the retail sector, and can help you improve your performance with these types of assessments. We have also created packages that are tailored to a number of brands within the retail industry. So if you have applied for a role with one of those companies, make sure you utilise our online resources to prepare for the selection process.

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Retail Verbal Reasoning Tests

Verbal reasoning tests assess your understanding and comprehension skills. In the verbal reasoning test 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.

Retail Numerical Reasoning Tests

The numerical reasoning test assesses your ability to evaluate, analyze, and interpret numerical information that will be provided to you in charts, graphs, and tables. It’s particularly to practice numerical reasoning tests before you take the exams to improve your accuracy and the speed you can answer the questions.

Retail Situational Judgement Tests

The situational judgment test is a set of questions assessing how you might react to hypothetical events and situations that are encountered in the workplace. Based on how you answer the situational judgement test, the company will get an understanding of whether you’re a good fit for them.

Retail Assessment Centre

If the firm you’re applying for has an Assessment Centre, it may involve psychometric tests, interviews, group exercises, case studies and presentations. Read our Assessment Centre Guide to make sure you’re fully prepared and ready to show yourself in the best possible light.

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