Every candidate applying to P&G is required to take online assessment tests. P&G use these tests tosee ifyou possess the required competencies and skills, as this is difficult to gauge from interviews alone.
Depending on what role you’ve applied for, you may be required to take up to two assessments.Check the P&G website for more details regarding assessments.
P&G PEAK Performance Assessment
PEAK Performance Assessmenttest assesses your interests, work-related attitudes, experiences, background and compatibility with key P&G competencies.
The questions revolve around common scenariosyou might experience when working for P&G. Your task is to identify the course of action you deem the most appropriate.
Peak Performance Assessment is a P&G branded Situational Judgement Test.
Examples of Procter & Gamble Peak Performance Assessment questions:
1) When organising a work team, you select those who
- Have different strengths
- Have the most technical expertise
- Cooperate with each other
- Follow instructions
- Think like you
2) When given a project deadline, you are most likely to
- Begin working on the project immediately
- Spend time thinking how long the project will take and plan accordingly
- Start work on the project a week before the deadline because you are busy with other projects
- Ask for an extension on the deadline because you are pressed for time
This type of online assessment test is very similar to the Situational Judgement Test developed by Graduates First.
Peak Performance and Situational Judgement Tests assess your competencies in a work-related scenario by asking you to choose the best course of action.
Want even more help to pass? Watch our video to find out what is and how to pass a Situational Judgement Test.
P&G Peak Performance Test Tip:
- Before attempting the real Procter & Gamble assessment, practice first with our Situational Judgement test. It replicates what you will experience in the actual assessment with the same style of questions and a similar format. Take our practice test now at a discounted price.
P&G Reasoning Screen Test
This test measures your cognitive ability, as well as your ability to spot changing patterns. It’s an abstract or conceptual reasoning test, which means all questions appear as diagrams with shapes and images.
There are 15 questions on this test, and you will only have 2 ½ minutes to answer each one. If you’re thinking that sounds like plenty of time, think again. If you don’t know what you’re doing, this is extremely tricky. But with the right preparation and sufficient practice, you can learn how to nail it.
P&G Reasoning Screen Test Tip: The time pressure is often the biggest problem for candidates and the only way to deal with that is practice, practice, practice.
Procter and Gamble Style Reasoning Screen Test Example Question
This type of online assessment test is very similar to the Logical Reasoning Test developed by Graduates First. Both aptitude tests assess your ability to quickly recognise patterns and use logical reasoning to identify the right answer.
For more FREE QUESTIONS,similar to P&G assessment tests, register with Graduates First and take a free Logical Reasoning Test now!
Procter and Gamble Reasoning Test (in-person)
Depending on what role you apply for, you may be required to take a paper-and-pencil Reasoning Test. This assessment test is delivered on-site as part of your final interview. It measures your reasoning skills using numerical, logic-based and figural reasoning type questions.
The questions will typically vary from strictly numerical and problem solving tasks, to abstract reasoning type questions (with shapes and images).
P&G Reasoning Test Tip: Don’t even think about getting help from anyone else! If your scores differ you will be disqualified so integrity is crucial. In the actual test, remember that sometimes it’s fine to skip difficult questions – after all, you need to work through questions quickly but also correctly. If you’re stuck, move on.
Procter and Gamble Reasoning Test Example:
If a machine produces 150 units of product per minute and 15 units of product are packed in a case, how many cases can be filled by a machine in 22 minutes?
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