ExxonMobil Aptitude Test Practice & Free Questions

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ExxonMobil Assessment Tests

ExxonMobil uses several pre-employment assessment tests as part of its hiring process. Though the exact tests depend on the position you are applying for, you’ll typically encounter the following aptitude tests:

  • Mechanical Aptitude Test- assesses your mechanical ability, that is your spatial understanding and ability to incorporate mechanical principles to solve problems. ExxonMobil uses the SHL Mechanical Comprehension Test.
  • Personality Test-  Similar to other employment personality tests, you will be asked to rate statements about your behavior at work.
  • Numerical Applications - This tests your numerical reasoning, including math word problems covering basic operations like multiplication and division. 
  • Checking Data Accuracy - This tests your ability to read numerical charts and answer questions about them. 
  • Use of Information - This tests your reasoning ability and includes word problems that require you to guess missing information or draw conclusions from incomplete information. 

Note: Failing to pass the ExxonMobil aptitude tests requires waiting a minimum of two years to retake the assessments. So, it is highly recommended to get to know the test questions prior to taking the assessment.  

Free ExxonMobil Aptitude Test Questions and Answers

ExxonMobil Mechanical Aptitude Sample Questions

1. If the left cogwheel rotates in the direction of the arrow, in which direction does the right wheel rotate?

Direction 1
Direction 2
The wheel won't turn.
Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

The cogwheels turn in opposite directions. When the left wheel turns in the direction of the arrow (anti-clockwise), the middle wheel will turn to the right (clockwise). This will cause the right wheel to turn anti-clockwise.



2. There are six printers in "Today's news" newspaper, each printing at the same constant rate. When working together, the six printers can complete the printing of tomorrow's newspaper within 12 hours. If the owner wishes to reduce the printing time to 8 hours,

how many other printers will he need to purchase, each with the same constant rate?

Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

On work rate questions, we recommend using the triangle technique to quickly and easily solve these kinds of questions:

exxonmobil sample question

'r' refers to 'working rate,' 't' refers to 'time,' and 'w' refers to 'Work' (in total). To solve the question, place the data in the triangle, refer to the horizontal line as a division line, divide the work, and get the working rate.



3. Which axle will spin at a faster rate? 

exxonmobil sample question 2
both will spin at the same speed
Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

Axle 2 of the blue wheel turns along the circumference of the larger wheel, while axle 1 is in the center of the large wheel. This means that at the same time that axle 1 spins, axle 2 needs to complete a greater distance along the circumference of the large wheel and therefore axle 2 will spin faster.

ExxonMobil Technical Checking Sample Question

exxon technical checking sample question

 Choose the correct switch combination (A/B/C/D) that matches the given combination of signals.
Use the set of rules displayed to answer the questions correctly.

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Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

The correct answer is D:


ExxonMobil Numerical Applications Sample Question

What proportion of both sites' April and May traffic was for Cuisine.net?

SHL numerical sample question
Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

The correct answer is (E) - 38.1%

To calculate this, we add up the total page views of cuisine.net for April and May and divide this amount by the total hits of both sites for the same period.

Therefore, the calculation would be:

(35+45)/(35+45+70+60), which is 80/210 -> 38.1%

ExxonMobil Personality Sample Question

Rank the following statement:

Caliper personality test question



Prepare for the ExxonMobil Pre-Employment Test

Practice the full ExxonMobil test preparation to expand your knowledge and skills with a larger variety of questions you’ll see on the full assessment

How to Pass the ExxonMobil Aptitude Test

Preparing for the online ExxonMobil Aptitude test requires practicing tests that simulate the exact type of questions you’ll receive on the Exxon exam. So that you can acquire the necessary skills to pass the Exxonmobil phase two test.

We offer several ExxonMobil test tips to help you succeed:

  • Practice ExxonMobil test questions
  • Go over the answers and focus on the questions you struggle with the most
  • The night before the test, make sure to take a break and rest well
  • On the ExxonMobil assessment, Focus on one question at a time
  • Go over your answers at the end of the test
  • Be confident and calm, you got this! 

The ExxonMobil Pre-Employment Test Results

Candidates are given the results for their ExxonMobil pre-employment test, about a week after they take the exam. The test results are not scored, so applicants are only notified that they have met the “minimum requirements” for their desired job. Passing the ExxonMobil aptitude test remains valid for 4 years after taking the exam, giving you 4 years of job potential. 

ExxonMobil Hiring Process

The ExxonMobil hiring process consists of the following steps: 

Phase One 

In phase one of the ExxonMobil hiring process, you’ll receive a link to an online personality questionnaire and a basic mechanical aptitude test.  

Phase Two 

ExxonMobil Phase Two tests are given either in assessment centers or online with camera supervision. They typically take about two hours to complete and include mechanical questions, numerical applications, data reading, and some personality questions.  

ExxonMobil Summer Internship Hiring Process 

  • Complete the online application questionnaire - write a cover letter, and create your personal profile. 
  • Online assessment test - a shorter and easier version of the assessment test you'll receive later.  
  • Computerized assessment test – This part of the assessment is the full ExxonMobil pre-employment test with mechanical, personality, interpreting graphs, basic math questions, and reading comprehension questions. You will be invited to take this test in an ExxonMobil test center and receive noise-canceling headphones, a whiteboard, and an eraser.  


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ExxonMobil Interview Tips

Answering ExxonMobil interview questions can be easier when you practice with our interview preparation pack beforehand. 

Some interview tips include: 

  • Answer questions with confidence 
  • Clearly state your reply and address the main point 
  • Use the STAR method for behavioral questions 
  • Show your soft skills (leadership, teamwork, problem-solving, and communication abilities) 
  • Research the company beforehand 
  • Maintain a confident body language 
  • Take deep breaths, smile, and be yourself! 


How do you pass the Exxon test?

To pass the ExxonMobil test, practice thoroughly with realistic test questions that mirror all of the exam sections - Mechanical Aptitude, Numerical Applications, Checking Data, Use of Information, and personality questionnaire, while focusing on areas where you struggle most.

How long is the Exxon test?

The ExxonMobil aptitude tests typically take about two hours to complete. They assess mechanical and numerical abilities and work behaviors through various test sections, including mechanical comprehension, numerical reasoning, and data accuracy.

How many rounds of interview are there in ExxonMobil?

ExxonMobil typically conducts two rounds of interviews as part of their hiring process. The first phase involves an online personality questionnaire and a basic mechanical aptitude test. The second phase includes more comprehensive testing, often held at assessment centers or online with supervision, and may take around two hours to complete.

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