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Dell Mathematical Reasoning Test

Dell often requires their applicants to take and pass a mathematical reasoning test. These tests assess a range of numerical abilities from basic arithmetic to higher-level mathematical critical reasoning. These tests were designed to determine your ability to comfortably and accurately analyze and solve problems using statistical/ numerical data, as well as logical deductions from the information provided. The four major areas covered in a basic mathematical reasoning test are word problems, number series, numerical reasoning charts (i.e. graph and table questions), and sufficiency questions.

The higher-level mathematical reasoning tests are generally delivered in the same format; however, you will need to be familiar with certain formulas that may not be offered to you during the assessment period in order to pass. Practicing prior to taking these assessments will give you an advantage over other applicants who will be taking the same tests.


Dell Verbal Reasoning Test

The Verbal Reasoning Test is used by companies to measure how well their prospective candidates understand written information. Based on their responses to questions, the test also evaluates whether they can analyze what they read and whether they can make proper conclusions about the text. On the Verbal Reasoning Test, you will see a short passage on the left-side of your screen accompanied by a question on its right. The question will be followed by four or five answers, from which you will need to choose one that you think is correct. Often, questions on the test will be of True/False type; that is, you will be asked to judge the veracity of a statement made about the test. For statements that are consistent with the information given in the text, chose the "True" answer; those that strike you as incorrect mark as "False." Those that appear to state something that the text does not bear out evaluate as "Impossible to Say." This test us strictly timed. You will be given less than one minute to answer each question.


 

Dell Abstract Reasoning Online Assessments

Abstract reasoning tests are also known as inductive reasoning or diagrammatic series tests. These tests assess your analytical and logical skills by having you complete a set of non-verbal groupings and patterns, usually in the form of a matrix. Being able to solve problems of an abstract nature is a crucial component to working for Dell as they are looking for applicants who are able to make decisions quickly and efficiently.


The Dell’s Microsoft Excel Assessment

Dell may require you to complete a Microsoft Excel assessment in order to evaluate your knowledge of the application for daily use. These tests often come in two levels: basic and advanced. In order to pass the basic level Excel assessment, you will need to have prior familiarity with basic formatting, standard tables and basic commands such as saving and printing properties, page breaks and print area definitions. You may also be required to know how to define a cell reference, filter and sort data, and manage the page’s layout.

You will be expected to apply your knowledge of dealing with formulas, macro creation, and advanced formatting in the advanced portion of this assessment. These assessments are often delivered in either a multiple choice or a fully interactive format.

 

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What to Expect on Dell’s Interview

Dell’s hiring process has several stages. The first is a submission of your résumé, cover letter, and other supporting documents. If your résumé attracts the attention of Dell’s recruiters, you will be invited for a phone interview. Dell’s representative will talk to you about your educational background, working experience, and career goals. You may also hear about benefits that you will receive, if you get hired. The second stage of Dell’s recruitment process is testing. You will be asked to take (the tests), whose results will determine whether you will move to the third stage and have an in-person interview in one of Dell’s locations. On the face-to-face interview, you will meet with Dell’s Human Resources representatives and managers of the department where you may work. Prepare to answer competency-based questions together with situational questions. You may find it helpful to think in advance about a specific problematic situation that you once needed to resolve by choosing the best solution among several alternatives. If you apply for a technical position, be prepared to respond to technical questions as well. After the in-person interview, you may receive a job offer, provided you appear knowledgeable and interesting in the eyes of Dell’s representatives.


Frequently Asked Questions – What You Need to Know

What Scoring Method Is Used on the Verbal Reasoning Test?

The Verbal Reasoning Test is scored as the majority of pre-employment tests are scored these days. Your score is not counted by the number of the questions you answered correctly. Your Verbal Reasoning Test is rather evaluated relative to the results of other applicants who are applying for positions similar to yours or who are already doing the job for which you applied. Weighing your results against those of other candidates allows employers to choose the best candidates in the existing applicant pool. Yet while employers can only benefit from this scoring method, it may cost applicants a position. The problem is that even if you receive an objectively high score on your Verbal Reasoning Test, such as 92%, for example, it may appear insufficient when compared to scores of other applicants who did better. If other jobs candidates get 93% on the Verbal Reasoning Test, your score will be considered low. Because your success on the pre-employment test hinges so conspicuously on the scores of others, it is essential to outdo them on the exam. Practice will make this possible. Study with our exclusive resources and make other candidates look less successful by comparison.

How Can JobTestPrep Help Me Prepare for My Dell Numerical Assessment?

JobTestPrep offers a number of in-depth resources to help you brush up on and improve your latent numerical skills. Our PrepPacks™ include not only numerical practice tests, but also full explanations, answer keys, and study guides to help you prove your excellence throughout the rest of the Dell’s aptitude tests.

What Is a Panel Interview?

A Panel Interview is a type of face-to-face interview. Unlike a regular in-person interview, where you will speak to a Human Resources representative and your prospective manager, on the panel interview, you will have a conversation with four or six people simultaneously. The people to whom you talk on the panel interview most probably will be a Human Resources manager, team leaders, and managers of several departments where you can work, if employed. Questions asked on the panel interview are mostly competency based. You will need to tell them about your education and working experience. To answer situational questions well, think about the situation that presented challenges in your former workplace and that you resolved by making a smart decision. The company’s recruiters will want to know why you arrived at this specific decision and why you did not pursue available alternatives. They may also want to walk you through your résumé and ask you questions about the companies for which you worked in the past. In return, recruiters will tell you about the company’s business goals and structure. The panel interview may take up to two hours.

What Is the Purpose of the Dell Tests?

The purpose of the Dell tests is to get a better idea of your suitability for the position being offered by Dell. Preparing for this test beforehand will give you the ability to improve the competencies and skills Dell is looking for in its potential employees.

What Should I Expect During the Dell Hiring Process?

Once you have submitted your application and it has been screened by Dell you will most likely receive a phone call for an interview. Many companies require their applicants to go through a series of interviews and assessments prior to considering them for the position. The number of interviews and pre-hire assessments you will need to go through will be entirely dependent upon the type of job you have applied for. With this in mind, please know that the Dell hiring process can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months.

 

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