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The Dell’s hiring process involves a few interviews. After you had a phone interview, where you discussed with a Human Resources manager your education and work experience, you will have another interview. The second interview is a face-to-face conversation with Dell’s managers and team leaders. Prepare to answer questions measuring your professional competency and general suitability for the position. Recruiters may also ask you situational questions, answer to which must be prepared in advance. When you are practicing for your forthcoming interview with JobTestPrep’s interview kit, think about a difficult situation that you had to resolve in your previous workplace. On the interview, you will need to tell about the task you set yourself to fulfill in order to sort out this difficult situation. Then, clarify what actions you took and what were their alternatives that you deemed unhelpful. The Dell’s recruiters will also want to know what results you finally achieved and whether they benefited your former company.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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