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Saville Assessment Tests

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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.

Practice Aptitude Tests is not associated with Saville. We provide preparation services for Saville psychometric tests. Our tests are not designed to be identical to any style, employer or industry. Visit https://www.savilleassessment.com/ to find out more.

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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What our customers say about our Saville Assessment tests

  • Nigeria

    August 29, 2022

    Brain storming

    I like the way the questions come though they are very challenging and I appreciate how it was set, to have a feel of how things go.

  • South Africa

    May 23, 2022

    It helped me to prepare

    What I liked is the last questions and what i dislike is that other questions were not clear on which column should one answer from.

  • United Kingdom

    May 12, 2022

    Harder than expected and all maths!

    It was good to get a sample of what to expect. The questions were not what I expected and I wasn't expecting all maths, but it was a good test overall.

  • Zambia

    April 16, 2022

    Time is never enough

    It was a good example of numeric reasoning tests. It is clear that time is never enough in these assessment tests. Notes on how one can improve on time would be extremely useful to aid the test takers perform better. I would like to also take the non timed test to gain exposure

  • South Africa

    February 27, 2022

    It's a good challenge

    It was a good challenge. This give you good insight into what to prepare for or else you may be not mentally ready.

  • United Kingdom

    February 09, 2022

    This is a good chance to practice

    I wasn't expecting the type of questions of the test to be like this, but I'm glad that I came across it and practiced

  • Germany

    January 26, 2022

    Long questions

    Some of the questions are quite long, but there are certain key words that are more important - so one must pay attention to extract the important information from the question.

  • United Kingdom

    January 22, 2022

    I'm just not built for these

    Any timer on numbers freaks me out following primary school's 3 minute maths test every morning - I just start panicking then I can't think.

  • Saudi Arabia

    November 06, 2021

    Challenging for time limit

    The time allocated for each question is too little in comparison to the question asked. The questions are detailed and require time to read, evaluate and execute.

  • United Kingdom

    November 03, 2021

    Interesting

    The quarterly review sections caught me offguard and some of the initial crypto charts but otherwise I managed ok.