Bank Teller Assessment Test - Online Preparation
If you are interested in becoming a bank teller, you will be required to take a Bank Teller Test designed to identify the best candidates for the position. Read on to see how JobTestPrep can help you make the grade.
What do you get?
- Full-length Simulation of a Bank Teller Assessment Test
- Situational Judgement Practice
- Personality Test Preparation - full length test + a complete breakdown of the ideal Clerical profile
- Bank Teller's Competencies guide
- Teller's Math practice - problems in banking context
- English Proficiency and Speed & Accuracy practice
- Explanations, solving tips & a score report
- Immediate online access, Practice 24/7
- Secured payment
- Exclusive to JobTestPrep - seen nowhere else!
What is the Bank Teller Assessment Test?
Getting a bank teller job requires submitting an application and attending an interview. In addition to that, many banks require applicants to take a bank teller assessment test to determine if a candidate is suitable for the teller position. This test assesses:
- Verbal communication skills
- Numerical skills
- Attention to details
- Bank teller skills
- Bank teller personality and behavioral
The Teller Assessment analyzes work habits of a candidate by assessing certain areas such as technical skills, self-discipline, efficiency, time management, and organization. The test is usually comprised of two sections, verbal fluency and math, and is allotted 45-55 minutes. It is generally administered on a computer, with scrap paper provided for math problems. The Bank Teller Test may also be administered as a paper-and-pencil exam.
The Teller Test provides a comprehensive assessment of a candidate’s verbal fluency and communication skills, numerical and reasoning skills, attention to administrative detail, coding with numbers and letters, ability to handle situations relevant to a bank teller, and the ability to follow procedure as a bank teller.
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What are the Bank Teller Skills Tested?
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- Language - the verbal fluency section includes vocabulary questions, reading comprehension, and possibly questions relevant to grammar and punctuation.
- Math - the numerical skills section requires the candidate to answer math and logic questions using arithmetic. Logic questions may require the test taker to evaluate a series of numbers to find the answer. These questions are generally in multiple-choice format. Use of calculators is dependent on the test administrator.
- Detail Oriented - since accuracy is of utmost importance in banking, tellers are likely to be tested on their attention to detail. Much like the Clerical Aptitude Test, detail orientation tests are designed to evaluate speed and accuracy skills. They are often seen in the selection process of clerical and administrative positions, and are quite straightforward. They are exhaustive and demand high level of concentration, since they require comparison of multiple sets of data that contain many numerical and letter-based information, most of which have no significant meaning in real life.
- Personality - this part of the test assesses a candidate’s ability to cope with stress, work with colleagues, and show consideration for others. This section, as pre-employment personality tests do, also assesses a candidate’s integrity, ability to adapt to changing environments and circumstances, and one's ability to maintain composure and control of his/her emotions and reactions when dealing with a difficult situation.
- Communication Skills & Customer Service - it is important that a bank teller has good communication skills. A bank teller needs to be able to listen effectively by extracting key pieces of information from a conversation, and only asking important and relevant questions. Additionally, a teller should be able to convey information effectively. A teller must be able to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of potential solutions, conclusions, or approaches to various problems.
What Is a Bank Teller?
A bank teller is a bank employee who directly deals with a majority of the bank’s customers. Tellers are required to have a high school diploma (or equivalent) and experience in handling cash. Since tellers have a lot of interaction with customers, it is important that they are friendly and able to provide customers with information about their bank accounts clearly and effectively. On-the-job training is provided by most banks. Tellers are the most likely to identify and end potentially fraudulent transactions, preventing financial losses, as they work first and foremost with customers. Learn more about bank tellers job description.
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Are You Fit to Be a Bank Teller?
A bank teller interacts with many people throughout the day. It is important that they maintain a friendly and positive attitude, and recognize customer needs. Attention to detail, efficiency, dependability, and effective communication skills are essential to be a successful bank teller. Learn more about Bank Teller Competencies here.
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Learn About the Advantages of This Product
Our team of experts has formulated an exclusive practice pack that is based on assessment tests used by the largest and most popular banks in the U.S. Bank teller assessment tests usually include questions in math, situational judgment, personality, attention to details, and reading comprehension. Our practice pack will help you prepare for each of these subjects.
Situational Judgment is usually the prominent part of the exam and the part many applicants are most concerned about. These questions usually include real-life banking situations that tellers face. As an applicant, you are probably not yet familiar with these kinds of situations. Our pack includes a virtual simulation that will help you feel more familiar and confident when taking the test.
Our simulation demonstrates real-life banking situations teller face – customer service, verifying checks, working under management and with a team, and much more! We provide elaborate explanations for every question and a guide for situational questions, to help you understand what these questions are trying to assess. When you take the actual test, these questions will seem much clearer and familiar.
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We provide over 200 math questions alongside detailed study guides that cover all the numerical skills you'll need for the bank teller assessment test – percentages, reverse-percentages, fractions, multiplication and division, addition and subtraction, and more. Our math word problems are based on daily banking situations and are similar to those you will see on the actual test – handling cash and checks, calculating commissions and much more.
We provide you with a Personality Practice test and guide to dispel the mystery around personality assessment and allow you to understand and practice this kind of exam. Upon completing the exam you will get a personalized report of 34 personality traits!
Our pack also includes verbal abilities (reading comprehension, English proficiency) and clerical abilities practice tests. This will help you go to the test prepared for every possible question!
JTP provides everything you need to best prepare for your exam
Our mission is your success
How Can This Preparation Pack Help You?With our comprehensive study guide, online and easily accessible bank teller practice test, and step-by-step elaborate explanations, you will:
- Become familiar with the types of questions and content found on Bank Teller Tests
- Gain the knowledge you need to succeed on the test (and on the job)
- Acquire the necessary efficiency, speed and time-management skills
- Attain a comprehensive understanding of what employers search for in bank teller candidates
Frequently Asked Questions
- Will my test be the same as the simulation?
The actual Bank Teller Test will not be identical to this simulation but similar in nature. All teller tests include interactions and dealing with customers, solving problems, mathematical computations, and personality and work style questions.
- How was this practice test prepared?
Our team developed this simulation through research of the most common bank teller tests available on the market.
- How can I improve my score?
Thoroughly read the explanations and review the bank teller competencies guide.
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