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Depending on the position you have applied for you may be required to take a pre-hire mathematical reasoning test. These tests are used by Avangrid to gain an understanding of your numerical abilities. The areas tested can range from the simplest of mathematics to more in-depth calculations and critical reasoning depending on your job level.
Can you identify rules & consistent patterns or easily explain the next step in the sequence? Your abstract reasoning test provides your future employer insight into your overall intelligence and judgement and by understanding the meaning behind the information and data and to offer solutions to problems at a level of abstract thinking.
The aim of the Excel test is to estimate job applicants’ mastery of the Excel program on various levels, from basic to an advanced one. The scope of tasks included on the test is wide. Applicants may be asked to perform formatting, editing, protecting cells and rangers, and creating graphs and charts. They also need to show how well they use autofill, add and subtract values, and enter data. The Microsoft Excel Test scores job seekers’ performance in two ways: it either counts the percentage of correct answers or determines their skill level – Beginning, Intermediate, or Advanced. It is an interactive test, on which applicants perform tasks on the screen. They can answer questions using the toolbars, shortcut keys, or menus, depending on a specific task they are performing.
Situational Judgement Tests (SJT) are psychological assessments where you are presented with hypothetical, yet realistic, scenarios related to the job in which you are applying. SJTs have become a popular tool used by assessment companies, employers, and organizations to evaluate the behavioral and cognitive abilities of candidates when introduced with daily work-related situations.
JobTestPrep has developed a wide range of practice tests able to prepare job candidates to a variety of tests offered at pre-employment assessments. Our resources contain exercises designed to bring your basic math skills, reading comprehension, and problem-solving abilities to new heights. Our tests and drills are always supplied with study guides and answer keys to enable you to identify and eliminate your weaknesses before you take your exam. Therefore, no matter what specific questions your actual test at the company contains, you will be well prepared to pass it successfully and become shortlisted for an interview.
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Applicants’ results on the Verbal Test are not measured by their correct answers; that is, by a raw score. Your scores are rather counted relative to scores received by other employees who are either competing for the same role or are employed in similar positions. This method of measuring applicants’ results on the Verbal Test lets employers hire not just those people who do well but those who are among the top scorers. This method also makes the test more difficult, because even if your score is objectively high, it still may prove insufficient when compared to the scores of others. Suppose you receive such a high mark on your Verbal Test as 91. Were the test evaluated according to your raw score, you would stand a good chance of being shortlisted for an interview. But if most of applicants score higher than 91, your result would be deemed low and you would not be invited to move to the next level in your application process. Judged against other people’s achievements, you surely need to prepare for the test in advance. Practice with our sophisticated resources, outperform other people on your examination and avail yourself of the opportunity to leave a favorable impression on your recruiters during your face-to-face interview with them.
Practicing is the best way to prepare for any test. This is especially true for numerical reasoning tests where concepts you haven’t used or even seen in years are bound to come up. Mathematical reasoning questions are easy to find, but getting the answers to check your work and see where you need improvement is key! Our practice packs include answers and explanations to make sure you are fully prepared for test day. Seeing the questions in the right format can make all difference in your test performance.
During your Avangrid interview you can expect a wide range of questions from “tell me about yourself?” to more difficult questions like “why are you the best candidate for the position?”; You might even get some outside the box question like “Why are manhole covers round?” or “If you were hosting a dinner party and could invite three people, dead or alive, who would you invite?”. So, what is the interviewer setting out to accomplish? They want to get a sense of your skill base, knowledge, character and experience to assess if you are the right fit for the job and the company at large.
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