The Aetna assessment normally takes several weeks, due to multiple interviews – these vary depending on the spot you’re vying for, but tend to focus on technical, behavioral, personality, and situational judgement questions. Also expect to be facing more than one interviewer, meaning a more diverse dynamic in the room – different people produce different thought processes, which will provoke a larger variety of occurring questions, while your reactions are more closely examined by others.
Note that your evaluation begins the moment you are contacted, whether you’re faced with a “proper” phone interview, a quick confirmation that you meet the minimal requirements, or even just a representative scheduling you for the Aetna interview. Either way, be courteous, highlight your personality and advantages where you can, and make sure that any questions or requests you have are expressed politely.
In general, we advise candidates to prepare a self-introduction adjusted to each workplace, so no achievement is left out and you’ll appear more articulate. From that point on, it is more difficult to devise answers to possible Aetna interview questions yourself, so we offer:
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