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Saville Assessment Tests
Previously known as Saville Consulting, and now part of Willis Towers Watson, Saville Assessment is a global business management consultancy and talent acquisition firm. It is well known for its psychometric tests and personality questionnaires, which are used widely by employers around the world, and in multiple industries.
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How to prepare for Saville tests
As with any form of psychometric testing, practice is essential for a Saville test. As there are so many test types, it’s vital to know which ones you’ll be sitting – or if taking a Swift assessment, which abilities will be measured throughout.
All tests are based on your natural abilities, so do not require any pre-existing knowledge.
That said, they are not easy, especially since there is added time pressure.
Be sure to sit plenty of practice tests and learn to work quickly with precision.
How to pass Saville tests (5 key tips)
1) Hone your skills
Although there’s no pre-existing knowledge required, you should still make time to revise, or more accurately, improve your abilities. Extend your vocabulary and language comprehension with word games and critical reading for verbal aptitude, or brush up on basic arithmetic for numerical assessments.
Whatever test you’re taking, there are activities that will help you build your skill set.
2) Take practice tests
This is vital, as it will help you understand the structure of Saville tests, question formats, and response options. The more familiar you are with the format, the better prepared you’ll be on the day. Practice tests will also help you work to time constraints.
3) Get set up
Before you start your test (if taking unsupervised) make sure you’re in a quiet environment and that you won’t be interrupted. Check your internet connection and make sure your browser’s up to date. It’s also a good idea to have a pen and paper on hand, for note-taking or calculations.
4) Check details
Never skim-read questions. This is likely to end up in you missing subtle details imperative to the task at hand. Read every question carefully and thoroughly before you attempt to answer.
5) Balance speed and accuracy
Both are important. Employers are looking for attention to detail, but they also want to know you can work with precision under pressure. Try and complete as many questions as you can in the given time frame without compromising on accuracy.
How are Saville tests scored?
There’s no easy answer to this one, as it depends entirely on the test type. Generally speaking, you’ll receive a mark for every correct answer, which will be converted into your total score.
You’ll also receive scores for speed, accuracy and caution. These combine to make your aptitude profile. If taking a Swift assessment, you’ll receive score breakdowns for each section.
Are Saville tests difficult?
Again, difficulty levels vary depending on the level of the position applied for. Graduate, professional and managerial roles tend to make use of more complex assessments, with entry-level roles adopting more straightforward tests.
That said, because of the time pressure, none are easy. But the skills you need can be improved with practice.
How long is a Saville test?
This depends on the test in question. Swift assessments can last anywhere between 9.5 to 24 minutes. Standalone tests vary widely in duration: the shortest is just six minutes, the longest 24.
How will I take my Saville tests?
Saville tests are administered as either supervised or unsupervised versions. Supervised tests are shorter in duration and taken at a designated test centre or within the workplace.
Unsupervised tests are taken online, so can be sat anywhere you feel comfortable.
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Reviews of our Saville Assessment tests
What our customers say about our Saville Assessment tests
June 15, 2021
Just the basic idea
It's math heavy. This is just a general maths test, not sure if we can use a calculator or Excel or not.
Frederik Bast Phillip
May 23, 2021
Very visually pleasing
Nice graphs and tables. Difficult problems under time and especially on the phone.
United Arab Emirates
May 21, 2021
It was a brain teaser
I hope this will be helpful for the purpose I am doing it
United Arab Emirates
May 18, 2021
The test is fine. The timer is the problem here
LORI D ROBERTSON
United States of America
May 17, 2021
Time per question
User interface is best I've seen. I however did not know the UK term "turnover"
May 13, 2021
Quite basic questions, not difficult and enough time
May 11, 2021
Seems representative of the kind of questions expected
Decent amount of questions. Perhaps could be inclusive of a wider range of question types, unless they're really like this.
May 05, 2021
The test is well structured, and like the real thing.
Muhammad Raheel Mukhtar
May 03, 2021
More computation in less time
Questions are well designed for a practice but it actually demands more computation and calculations in less time. So, ultimately demands more & more practice
United States of America
May 02, 2021
The turnover %
Need to focus on what is meant by turnover