- Employers use these tests normally at the beginning of an assessment process (online), but can use these during the assessment centre too
You do not need to have a large variety of tests to improve – focussing on a handful of tests repeatedly will encourage deeper learning and understanding, which is better than spreading yourself thinly across say 15 Numerical tests
- You should expect around 2 or 3 tests – anymore or less is unlikely
- Pass marks are typically around the 30th and 50th percentiles, but you should aim as high as possible – after all assuming all things equal, the decision to choose between you and someone else may come down to these scores
- Practice will reduce your anxieties, help you prepare and give you a better chance to succeed on the day
Our experts have spent many years helping large numbers of graduate organisations to assess and select the best talent using tests. This section looks at some of the most common tests that are used by graduate employers and provides detailed information around their use. With this information to hand, you will be better prepared to perform your best on the day of any actual assessment.
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