BorgWarner is a great, diversified company, with lots of growth opportunities. If you are interested in working there, note that the recruitment process includes the Wiesen's Test of Mechanical Aptitude (WTMA) which you might find difficult.
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BorgWarner is an automotive company that creates technologies to improve efficiency, emissions and performance in all types of vehicles.
Prepare for BorgWarner's Recruitment Process
The steps in the hiring process are:
Application: Send your resume. Also, you can apply through college or university.
Phone Interview: You will receive a phone call from the HR manager. We recommend you to prepare ahead for questions related to your work experience, your current position and so on.
Professional Interview(s): You will be interviewed by the professional managers via phone and/ or in-house.
Assessments: You might be required to take several tests, from which the Wiesen's Test of Mechanical Aptitude (WTMA) is a significant one. WTMA examines physical and mechanical concepts. Click here for more information.
BorgWarner’s Assessment/Aptitude Tests
WTMA examines your ability to operate, maintain, and repair machinery. To succeed, prepare with JobTestPrep's Wiesen Test of Mechanical Aptitude: Our product contains practice test pack which covers the mechanical aptitude topics seen on the actual Wiesen test. Practice tests include answers and in-depth explanations.
WTMA: Due to practicing with our materials, you will be well prepared for the real WTMA exam. Therefore, you could easily pass through the whole hiring process.
Other tests you may be asked to take are:
Verbal Reasoning: Measures your verbal skills and understanding.
Personality: A behavioral test that evaluates your work-related skills, such as strengths and weaknesses, characteristics, and so on.
SJT: Situational judgement test. Its goal is to illustrate a perspective of your work etiquette, problem solving skills, and managerial abilities
Excel: Evaluates your excel knowledge and level, in accordance to what is relevant to the position you are applying to.