Guest blog written by Matt Arnerich, content writer, Inspiring Interns. More and more companies are now beginning to utilise numerical testing when recruiting graduates, and all kinds of companies including the Big Four accounting firms are now placing importance on these kind of in-house tests over and above exam results. Sectors including analytics, accountancy, finance, and … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Undertaking numerical tests as part of the recruitment process
Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Resources Manager, Careers As part of the recruitment and selection process, some employers use aptitude tests (sometimes referred to psychometric tests). These tests are used to measure specific abilities – common tests often cover numerical, verbal and abstract reasoning. Some employers use them early on in the process, … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Hidden web gems – psychometric tests
Careers blog, written by Michele Chan, 3rd year Economics and Finance student, Bloomberg Campus Ambassador Looking to secure an insight week, internship, placement year or a graduate role? Take the BAT! The Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) is definitely the right choice to get yourself ahead of the game if you are interested in a finance … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Interested in finance careers? How BAT can help you
Here's your chance to try out some psychometric tests for free. Norton Assessment are currently trialling new numerical and verbal reasoning tests and are looking for large numbers of students to try them online. The links to the test trials are: http://www.numericalreasoningtest.org/ http://www.verbalreasoningtest.org/ As well as the prectice tests, there is advice on how to … Continue reading Testing times
The Profiling for Success aptitude tests (accessible in the Look for work and Explore your options sections of the Careers website) will be unavailable on Sunday 4 November at 05:00 for approximately three hours. This is due to essential maintenance.