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Preparation is key to having a successful series of interviews with ABEC. The first type of interview you will likely need to go through with ABEC is the phone interview. This type of interview generally lasts from 10-30 minutes and includes questions regarding your availability, salary expectations, and work history.
If the initial phone interview is successful, you will be invited by ABEC to participate in one or more face-to-face interviews. The face-to-face interviews are either held one-on-one with a member of the management team, or in a group/panel with a mix of managers, HR representatives, and potential co-workers.
The Aptitude Test was created to estimate applicants’ various cognitive abilities and general intelligence. There are a variety of aptitude tests offered to job candidates, depending on the position for which they compete. The Aptitude Test is a multiple-choice test, requiring you to select one correct answer among incorrect alternatives. It is also a speeded test: as a rule, you will be given only half an hour to answer 30 questions. No time extension will be given to you.
there are three basic types of the Verbal Reasoning Test. On the basic Verbal Reasoning Test, you will be asked to identify word analogies, complete sentences, or choose a synonym or antonym for an underlined word. The more complex kind of the test invites you to read a text and make logical conclusions about it. The most difficult kind of the Verbal Reasoning Test asks you to make a decision about a statement based on a written text that you will need to peruse within a very short period of time.
There is no time limit on the Personality Test. You may take as much time as you want to answer 180-200 questions usually posed on this test. Because there are many questions that will require you to think your answers through, it may take you more than 3 hours to complete the whole test.
ABEC often utilizes situational judgement tests (SJTs) to measure an applicant’s compatibility with not only the company’s culture and standards, but also for the position they have applied for.
When taking this test you will be met with a variety of common workplace scenarios and will either need to identify the most appropriate response for each, or rank the available responses in the order you feel will be most effective. The results of this test will determine whether your behavioral tendencies are a match for ABEC and can be a major deciding factor regarding your potential of being offered the open position.
The ABEC’s Hiring Process has several stages. After you upload your résumé and cover letter on the ABEC’s website, you will have a phone conversation with a Human Resources manager. If your phone interview goes well, you will need to take tests that the ABEC requires all applicants to pass as a part of its hiring process. Provided you score high on your examination, you will be asked to come for a face-to-face interview with your prospective managers or the head of the ABEC. After the interview, if your interviewers decide to hire you, you may need to do a background check. With a background check clean, you may start salary negotiations.
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