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Santander Situational Judgement Test
The Santander Situational Judgment Test is a set of questions assessing how you might react to hypothetical events and situations that might be encountered in the Santander’s workplace environment. This will be a litmus test for your values, assessing if they match with the company’s culture. So do your research and try to memorize them by heart (might come in handy in the future!).
Santander Telephone Interview
Telephone interviews can be daunting. Especially, when someone lacks the confidence to talk to strangers on the phone. The awareness of this conversation being the first interaction with someone from the Santander only makes it even more stressful. So it’s important to know how to snap out of that nervousness.
Santander Assessment Centre
Congratulations, you made it to the last level! Santander Assessment Centre is usually a mix of individual and group activities. The exercises will differ depending on the job position you are applying for, but make sure you are prepared for both scenarios. Below you can take a look at what you might expect and how to prepare your all-conquering strategy for the assessment day.
This will be a typical behavioural interview validating your skills and detecting strengths necessary for the job in the particular banking sector. If you need an advice - don’t just list your skills, try to find a variety of examples to prove them. Showing your motivation and commercial awareness should earn you a few extra points.
Santander Group Exercise
These exercises will vary, but the general skills that the assessors are looking for is a good balance between teamwork and leadership skills. You might want everyone in the room to see your great leadership skills, but approach the group exercise rather as a test of your collaborative and teamwork abilities than a show of a directorship. The most common way of verifying these skills is through a group discussion on a divisive topic of or a scenario of hypothetical difficulties the company is facing.