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About General Electric PrepPacks™

According to Forbes, General Electric is the fourth largest company in the world. Founded in 1889 by Thomas Edison, GE is now a large, multinational corporation with offices in over 130 countries. We believe that you are more than what an online test says about you and therefore would like to help you ace the General Electric's assessment tests.

JobTestPrep offers you a comprehensive preparation for GE's hiring process, including practice for its aptitude, ability, and technical tests. Choose your suitable PrepPack™ from the boxes above or click "start practicing" to get them all! All the PrepPacks™ are equipped with practice tests, drills, thorough explanations, score reports, and study guides, ensuring you will get a complete learning experience and succeed on your GE assessments.

GE Tests

GE uses aptitude tests to measure your problem-solving and critical reasoning capabilities – and see how they align to their programs. The tests include verbal, numeric and inductive testing, as well as situational judgment tests and manufacturing assessment tests. Practice makes perfect, so start preparing for GE's online assessments with our practice materials and get one step ahead of your competitors.


Prepare for the General Electric Assessment Tests

JobTestPrep can help you get hired at GE. Our tailored practice tests and study guides can help you prepare for any hurdle that you may face as part of the application process. Once you learn how to approach each question type, the actual exam will not be overly difficult.


General Electric Hiring Process

Applicants may find that GE’s job application process can be a bit intimidating. With JobTestPrep’s help, the process is less intimidating. First, there is the application and a telephone interview, which are the easier parts. Then you get to the core of the application. Three out of six steps in the application process involve assessment tests. The online assessment tests are designed to weed out applicants through the use of computerized formulas and algorithms. It is important to practice in order to familiarize yourself with GE's assessment test and prepare correctly.

General Electric Interview Process

Once you've applied for a position at GE, you may need to go through a telephone interview. If you pass this stage with success, you will be invited to GE's testing stage. This stage may consist of several different tests, all meant to assess your skills and abilities. Once you pass these tests with a sufficient score, you will participate in two or three interviews with senior employees, managers, and HR. The final step before getting the desired job offer will be a background check. Good luck!

What is the Purpose of General Electric's Aptitude Tests?

Many employers use aptitude tests as part of the hiring process because they provide employers with the opportunity to gain insight about your intellectual skills, work compatibility, and cooperation and interaction with others. Therefore, preparation for these tests is essential to get one step closer to the job you desire.

What should I Emphasize During My General Electric Interview?

Typically you should emphasize why you are the correct choice for the job. You should bring in good examples from past experiences to show that you have the skills needed to succeed. Use the STAR method to answer questions as this provides a complete picture and is an engaging way to answer.

How Long does General Electric Hiring Process Take?

The hiring process depends on the number of tasks you have to complete. Usually, there are hundreds, if not thousands of candidates are applying for the same position. While most of them are filtered out through the use of online assessment tests, that still leaves many who have to go through face to face assessments and interviews. We can make some generalizations though. Online tests and automatic application screening typically take no more than a week. However, you will only know if you have got through to the next stage of the hiring process once the job posting has been closed. The company will generally take some time to come up with a shortlist of candidates who should attend interviews. We can, therefore, say that the entire process can take up to six months.

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