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Bloomberg Tests

Bloomberg Tests

  • 16 tests
  • 177 questions
Bloomberg Tests

Bloomberg delivers business and markets news, data, analysis, and video to the world

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Assessment Day / Super Day

The Bloomberg assessment day will be typically ghosted at the location you’ve applied to work. You can expect to get a real taste for the work, environment, and culture - it’s an opportunity to experience what it might be like working at the company.

Superdays differ depending on the role and area you’ve applied for but typically you might expect the following tasks:

  • Interviews with managers, team leaders, and hr
  • Group activities
  • Office tour
  • Job shadowing
  • Job simulation
  • Networking

Bloomberg Group Activities

The group activities are designed to evaluate how well you work in a team. You’ll be placed in a group with other candidates and given a task to complete.

The task may involve analyzing financial data, making investment decisions, or presenting a case study. The aim of the test is to see how well you can collaborate with others and contribute to a group project.

Bloomberg Face-to-Face Interview

A Bloomberg Face to Face interview is a one-on-one interview between you and a Bloomberg interviewer. The interviews typically last between 30-60 minutes.

During the interview, you can expect the interviewer to ask you questions about your background, experience, and skills related to the job you’re applying for. They may also ask you behavioral questions to assess how you handle certain situations and challenges.

Candidates might be expected to take up to three interviews.

Top Tips To Pass The Bloomberg Assessments

1. Be your authentic self

Bloomberg values diversity, and they want to hire people who are genuine and authentic. So, during the interview process, be yourself and don’t try to be someone you’re not. Be honest about your strengths, weaknesses, and experiences. This will help the interviewers get a better sense of your personality and whether you’re a good fit for the company culture.

2. Have insight questions to ask about the role

Asking insightful questions about the role and the company can demonstrate your interest and enthusiasm for the job. Do some research on the company and the role before the interview and come up with a list of questions that show you’ve done your homework. For example, you could ask about the company’s future plans, how they measure success, or what a typical day in the role looks like.

3. Practice aptitude tests

Bloomberg is known for its rigorous hiring process, and part of that process includes aptitude tests. These tests are designed to assess your numerical, analytical, and critical thinking skills. To increase your chances of success, make sure you practice beforehand. There are plenty of online resources and practice tests available that can help you prepare.

4. Research the company

Before you apply for a job at Bloomberg, make sure you research the company thoroughly. This includes understanding their core values, mission statement, and recent news. This knowledge will help you tailor your application and interview responses to match what Bloomberg is looking for in a candidate. It will also help you demonstrate your interest and enthusiasm for the company during the interview process.

Practice Aptitude Tests is not associated with Bloomberg. We provide preparation services for Bloomberg psychometric tests. Our tests are not designed to be identical to any style, employer or industry. Visit to find out more.

Bloomberg Tests FAQs

What should I wear to the Bloomberg super day?

While Bloomberg doesn’t have a formal dress code, they encourage candidates to wear professional attire for in-person interviews and Assessment Days/Super Day.

What are Bloomberg's core values?

Bloomberg’s five core values are:

  • Innovation
  • Collaboration
  • Knowing your Customer
  • Working Hard and Smart
  • Doing the right thing

Where can I practice Bloomberg assessments?

You can practice the full battery of Bloomberg assessments using our practice test platform for Bloomberg.

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What our customers say about our Bloomberg tests

  • India

    February 10, 2022

    Good Quants and Quick Thinking

    The thing I liked the most about this test is that it is completely about basic quantitative abilities and quick thinking. The time may be a little issue, as some questions need a few extra minutes to work on.

  • United Kingdom

    September 18, 2021

    the level of maths ability

    Timing was difficult, but good to be realistic and know the range of maths knowledge that is required

  • India

    May 23, 2021

    Most important to know about basic skills used to solve the problems.

    I like the way of checking the candidate's efficiency and behavior to tackle with the problems.

  • Austria

    May 22, 2021

    Save calculations

    You need to save calculations for later questions sometimes.

  • Australia

    May 11, 2021

    Good practice

    In general I think this is a good practice. However, some table could use some more metadata.

  • United Kingdom

    March 18, 2021


    Very fast paced, should have had a scientific calculator.

  • France

    February 28, 2021


    I got a bit caught off guard but now that I understand most exercices, I should be much quicker

  • India

    February 06, 2021


    the test environment was easy to understand

  • Australia

    January 28, 2021

    Basic Financial Skills

    Digesting information from charts fast is required. Basic financial literacy is key.