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About Billtrust PrepPacks™

Our PrepPacks™ were designed to give you the advantage and to outshine the other Billtrust candidates. You are well on your way to success with our in-depth practice tests and study guides. Begin practicing today!


"I passed the assessments easily after practicing with your tests."

Oliver J., candidate for an Accountant position at Billtrust

  • 72% of the job applicants at Billtrust had to take an Excel assessment
  • 34% of the customers who practiced with the Excel exams also prepared with our interview PrepPack™

Billtrust Microsoft Excel Assessment Test

The Microsoft Excel Test is requires job candidates to demonstrate their knowledge of the Excel software, from Excel basics to Advanced Excel Skills. Their mastery of the program is evaluated by a wide variety of tasks. Applicants may be asked to do formatting and to create borders or columns; or they may be required to edit: either to insert or replace, or undo rows. There are also tasks on the Microsoft Excel Test that invite candidates to create different types of charts and graphs or demonstrate how comfortable they feel using tools available in the Excel program. The test may take up to 40 minutes.


Start Practicing for the Technology & Software Industry Tests

Pre-employment assessments are complicated and demand from job candidates an excellent performance both on tests and interviews. JobTestPrep has all required resources to prepare you for the Billtrust’s hiring process. Practice with our test simulations, drills, study guides, and interview questions and let your recruiters put you at the top of the list of their preferred candidates.


Billtrust Interview Preparation

There are several types of interviews you may be expected to participate in prior to being offered the job you have applied for; they are:


  • Phone Interview: This type of interview will last anywhere from 10-30 minutes. You should expect to be asked about your availability, salary expectations/ requirements, your prior work history and experience, as well as what you know about the company and the position being offered.
  • Video Interview: The popularity of this type of interview is growing. You will either complete your interview during a Skype session, or by following a link to an interview platform provided to you by the company.

Case Interview: In this type of interview you will be posed a question, challenge, or situation that you will be expected to solve. These types of interviews are either conducted individually or in groups.

  • Puzzle Interview: Challenging puzzles and riddles are often part of the recruitment process for some companies. You will be expected to think creatively and outside of the box in order to pass this type of interview successfully.
  • Lunch Interview: This type of interview can be very casual and allows interviewers the opportunity to get to know an applicant’s background, qualifications, and personality in a more relaxed environment.


Preparing for each type of interview beforehand will give an undeniable advantage with regard when answering questions posed to you by your interviewer, as well as the types of behaviors you should exhibit.

Frequently Asked Questions – What You Need to Know

Will I be able to use a calculator on the Mathematical Test?

Some tests allow the use of a calculator but they do not provide one for you so you will have to bring your own. However, most math tests do not allow a calculator, but will supply scratch paper, so you may want to practice doing the math section without a calculator.

What Are the Different Steps That Billtrust May Utilize to Find the Right Candidate?

  • Pre-employment tests - Applicant Talent Assessments weed out the candidates that do not have the skills to properly perform on the job. The company wants to know you can do the technical work.
  • The Interview - This could include a screening phone call, followed by a first, second and even third interview. Of course, the process for C-Levels will be more intense than for lower level workers.
  • The follow up – After each stage make sure you follow up by thanking your interviewer for their time and to reiterate your interest in the position.
  • Background and Drug Testing – Be aware many companies will check your criminal history and may even perform drug tests.
  • Reference Checks – Usually once the company has made up their mind to hire they will ask you for one or two references to collaborate your story.

Jobtestprep will provide you all the tools you need to guide you through each stage of the process.

What Types of Assessment Tests Can I Encounter in Billtrust’s Hiring Process?

The number and the types of assessments depend on the role you are applying to. Typically, you should be prepared to complete numerical, verbal and abstract reasoning tests. Once you have successfully passed these assessments you can be requested to take a further test to verify your original result. This can be part of the final stage of your recruitment process. The key to achieve outstanding results in your tests is practice, practice and more practice. JobTestPrep tests, study guides, score reports can make a real difference in your preparation process. Make the most of your time by utilizing our tailored Packs.


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