About

All eligible candidates for a Chase teller position are asked upon completing of their application to take the Chase teller assessment test. The test is to be completed online and is used to determine which candidates possess the abilities and skills necessary to be successful as a Chase bank teller. The Chase teller assessment test first provides an explanation, instructions, and sample questions. Then there are 12 multiple choice questions. If you pass this part of the test, you will then be provided with 28 additional questions, making the Chase teller assessment test 40 questions long. The test takes approximately 45 minutes to complete and it evaluates a candidate’s customer service abilities, numeracy skills, attention to detail, verbal communication, and personality.


How to Become a Bank Teller at Chase

In order to become a JPMorgan Chase teller, you need to do the following:

  • Submit a Chase bank teller application online at the JPMorgan career webpage. After completing the application, you will automatically be asked to take the Chase teller assessment test, if your application is found to be a good match with the position.
  • If you are selected for a Chase teller interview, you will be called by a recruiter from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and undergo a short phone interview.
  • The resumes of candidates selected to continue the Chase teller hiring process will be forwarded to the branch manager and these candidates will be asked to come in for a Chase teller interview.
  • Those who are successful in the first interview will be asked to return for a subsequent interview with the district manager. In addition to being interviewed, the district manager will explain the responsibilities of a Chase bank teller. 

Chase Bank Teller Requirements

In order to be considered for employment as a Chase bank teller, candidates must possess the following:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • At least six months experience handling cash or
  • Post high school degree (either completed or in progress)
  • A schedule which allows you to work branch hours (may include weekends and evenings)

Chase bank tellers must also be strong in the following areas:

  • Customer service skills
  • Solving problems
  • Multi-tasking
  • Following procedures
  • Working in a team environment
  • Listening and communicating
  • Organizational skills and detail orientation

Practice Online for the Chase Bank Teller Test

It is important to prepare for your Chase teller assessment test in order to be successful and reach the next level of the Chase teller hiring process. Preparing for the bank teller test will provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need in order to do well. JobTestPrep is proud to offer our custom-made Chase Bank Teller Assessment Test pack, complete with practice tests, answers, and detailed explanations that will help you understand and improve your score. Want a small taste? JobTestPrep also offers free sample Chase Teller Assessment test questions and answers.


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What's Included

  • Two full-length Chase teller assessment tests
  • Follows the structure and content of the real test
  • You get to deal with customers and solve problems
  • Personality test preparation - full length test + comprehensive guide
  • Bank teller's competencies guide
  • Teller's math practice - solve problems in banking context
  • English proficiency and speed & accuracy practice drills
  • Explanations, solving tips & a score report
  • Immediate online access, practice 24/7 
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