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Before entertaining to apply for a FMCG Graduate position, it is important to get a sense of the stages of the recruitment process:
Here are a few tests you may face during the application process.
The Matrigma test is composed of matrices and is essentially founded on the famous Raven matrices, the classic matrix test upon which all GMA tests are based. The Matrigma is a non-verbal test and is therefore easily adaptable for speakers of different languages. It is considered by many to be the truest form of GMA.
The Matrigma test differs from similar tests for two main reasons. Firstly, the Matrigma test is longer than other psychometric tests; it takes 40 minutes to complete, as opposed to other tests which take approximately 20 minutes. Secondly, the Matrigma increases in difficulty as you work your way through it. This is of huge importance to the employer, as they can easily discern who has performed to a high level and who has not.
On the Microsoft assessment tests most of the questions deal with basic formatting, standard tables and basic commands such as saving and printing properties (page breaks and print area definition). You will also be required to know how to define a cell reference, filter and sort data and manage the page layout. However, basic is not necessarily easy. You still have to know the software's fundamentals.
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