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Standard Chartered is a London-based international banking group, with around 90% of its profits coming from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It was formed in 1969 and today has operations in more than 70 countries.
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If you score high enough in your psychometric tests, a member of the HR team will give you a call. This is similar to a pre-screening call, as they will ask you about your competencies and what motivates you to work for Standard Chartered.
The questions will be mostly based on what you put on your CV and cover letter. Make sure you have them in front of you while answering, to avoid getting caught off guard.
Following the HR interview, you will be invited to take a recorded video interview. This consists of nine to eleven questions that will appear on the screen — you will have about 30 seconds to prepare for each.
Then, the recording will give you one minute to answer the question.
Although the strict timing adds some pressure, the questions use the common STAR method and you shouldn’t be too worried about them.
Some examples are ‘What was one project or piece of work you’re most proud of?’, ‘Why do you think you are the best choice for the job?’ and ‘How do you feel about giving others advice?’
The last stage of the application process is a face-to-face interview with representatives of Standard Chartered. These could be your future manager, colleagues, or members of the board.
To prepare, familiarise yourself with Standard Chartered’s investors, past and future projects, press releases, and latest articles. This will give you an insight into how Standard Chartered operates, and confidence in how to approach the interview questions.
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Reviews of our Standard Chartered tests
What our customers say about our Standard Chartered tests
January 16, 2022
The sequence and the similarity of what is being asked
I liked the fact that it teaches someone not to overthink but think critically of what is being asked.
September 21, 2021
Solutions were very descriptive
It was a very good test with different scenarios. The solutions given were very descriptive, so it was easy to understand and apply.
August 17, 2021
It was good
The questions were tricky but were a bit of repetitive graphics. It could have been more interesting (graphic-wise).
July 31, 2021
I felt under some amount of pressure when attempting the test, which i believe should help me in attempting the real test. The interface is close to what I have seen in some of the real tests.
June 15, 2021
The sequencing part is subject to interpretation. I could not understand the first question at first.
Sheik Abdul Fagad
June 08, 2021
Well-designed assessment methods provide valuable information about student learning
Everything is good. This is the type of assessment task that we ask our students to do, to determine how students will approach the learning task and what study behaviours they will use.
Foo Kai Lin
May 31, 2021
Quick and easy
Easy to navigate, not sure if test is similar to the one that will be used for the actual interview though
May 25, 2021
This aptitude test evaluates logical and critical thinking.
May 11, 2021
Interesting and fun
Instructions could be clearer on what's next
March 28, 2021
focus and analyse
it's hard but it's a good brain excercise