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What Are the Honeywell Assessment Tests?

To gain employment with Honeywell, you may be asked to complete one of the following tests:

In addition, depending on the job you're trying to get, you need to take the following tests:

Sounds like a lot? The Honeywell PrepPack has guides and practice tests for any test you might need to take during the assessment process - no need to worry!

 

Is the Honeywell Assessment Process Hard?

Getting even a sufficient score on either G+ test version can be quite difficult, as you'll see through the sample questions below. They demand preparation in order to train your mind to perform well enough to get a good score - and secure your dream job. Additionally, the OPQ32 Personality test and DDI SJT that assess your personal qualities and decision-making skills are also quite challenging to pass.

 

Come Prepared for the Honeywell Assessment Tests

There is no need to feel intimidated by the G+, OPQ32, and DDI SJT tests with JobTestPrep on your side. Our accurate, interactive practice materials and comprehensive study guides will ensure that you have an advantage over other candidates throughout the Honeywell assessment process.

The preparation pack updated to 2022 has everything you need to pass the Honeywell assessment process, including practice for both the Multiple Choice and Interactive versions of the G+ General Ability test, Personality test practice, SJT practice, and tailor-made study guides. Get the pack and watch your performance skyrocket!

 

Now that we know what to look forward to, let's read up on the tests you'll need to undergo:

 

Honeywell SHL G+ Test

For some positions (such as VP, Senior Director, Finance Director and Tax Accountant), the company employs SHL's G+ General Ability test to measure candidate potential. This test has two versions: Mobile-Enabled Interactive and Standard Multiple-Choice.

Version Interactive Multiple-Choice
No. of Questions 24 Varies (approx. 30)
Time Limit 36 minutes 36 minutes
Interactive* Yes No
Adaptive** Yes No
Question Types

Numerical - Tables and Graphs, Numerical Calculation, Number Ranges

Inductive - Next in Series, Rules Combination, Alphanumeric Sequences

Deductive - Scheduling (Schedule, Calendar), Ranking

Numerical - Tables and Graphs

Inductive - Next in Series

Deductive - Seating Arrangements

* Interactive – you will be able to interact with the test (drag-and-drop, connect the dots, etc.)

** Adaptive - questions become harder when you answer right and easier when you answer wrong.

 

Which Version of G+ Am I Taking?

Once you have been selected to take an SHL test, you will receive a test invitation (or announcement).

The announcement will show the assessment details, including the assessment name, time limit, and things you will need for the test.

Once you have written down the name of the assessment/s and their time limit, go ahead and click the link in the email to start the assessment.

Don't worry, you will NOT need to take the assessment right away.

In the intro screen of the assessment, you will be able to see the assessment's name.

If the name contains the words "activity-based test", it is interactive. Otherwise, it is non-interactive.

Just before you start the test, you will be able to take several practice questions or a short sample test.

In the non-interactive test, you will be presented with some sample questions after the initial instructions

In the interactive test, you will be able to take an online practice before the actual assessment.

 

Note: After this stage is the point of no return! You will be able to go back from the sample questions/practice, but if you click the "Take the Assessment" button, you will not be able to go back anymore.

 

 

 

As mentioned, Our PrepPack covers both versions of the test - either way, you're covered! 

Both test versions include these three topics:

 

1. Numerical Reasoning (8-10 questions)

This part of the assessment focuses on your ability to extract, calculate, and come to conclusions based on numerical data.

 

Honeywell G+ Numerical Sample question

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

SHL numerical sample question
29.7%
31.3%
34.2%
35.7%
38.1%
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%

 

2. Inductive Reasoning (8-10 questions)

SHL Inductive questions revolve around finding the logical rules represented in shapes’ color, position, etc.

 

Honeywell G+ Inductive Sample question

Which diagram would appear next in the series?

SHL inductive sample question
A
B
C
D
E
Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

The correct answer is (A).

The inner shape in one frame becomes the middle shape in the next frame; the middle shape becomes the outer shape in the next frame; and the outer shape becomes the inner shape two frames later.

Thus, the outer shape in the missing frame should be a square (just like the middle shape in the 5th frame), the middle shape should be a triangle (like the inner shape in the 5th frame), and the inner shape should be a diamond (like the outer shape in the 4th frame).

 

3. Deductive Reasoning (8-10 questions)

The SHL Deductive questions examine your ability to draw logical conclusions out of given information. This will usually be measured by scheduling tasks or ranking items based on constraints.

 

Honeywell G+ Deductive Sample question

In a restaurant's storage room there are seven kinds of fruits: Figs, Guavas, Honeydews, Kiwis, Mangos, Nectarines and Papayas. The restaurant's chef must pick exactly four different kinds of fruits out of the seven to make a fruit salad. The selected fruits must meet the following conditions:

  • Papaya can be selected only if Kiwi is selected.
  • Fig can be selected only if Nectarine is selected.
  • Either Mango or Nectarine must be selected but not both.
  • Either Papaya or Honeydew must be selected but not both.

Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the fruits from which the salad is made up?

 

Kiwi, Papaya, Fig, Mango
Kiwi, Nectarine, Honeydew, Guava
Mango, Nectarine, Fig, Papaya
Papaya, Mango, Guava, Honeydew
Guava, Papaya, Kiwi, Fig
Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

The Correct answer is (B) - Kiwi, Nectarine, Honeydew, Guava.

In questions asking for a possible complete arrangement according to the rules, go over the answer options and eliminate every response that violates any of the rules presented.

The correct answer is the one that does not violate any of the rules.

Answer (A) - According to the derivatives, Fig can only be selected if Nectarine is selected (~N → ~F). In addition, Mango and Nectarine cannot both be used (M or N). So, a salad containing Mango and Fig is impossible (M → ~F).

Answer (B) - This setting does not violate any of the rules, and is, therefore, the correct answer.

Answer (C) - According to the rules, Mango and Nectarine cannot both be selected (M or N).

Answer (D) - According to the rules, Papaya and Honeydew cannot both be selected (P or H).

Answer (E) - According to the rules, Fig can only be selected if Nectarine is selected, so a salad containing Fig but not Nectarine is impossible (~N → ~F).

  

Honeywell OPQ32 Personality Test

As part of the SHL test, you may also be subjected to a personality test based on the job you are applying for. 

Questions in the section are deceptively simple and open-ended- you will be to choose which of three sentences describes you the most and least accurately.

You could be prompted to choose from 3 options such as:

-I tend to share my expertise with others

-I take full responsibility for my mistakes

-I am always looking for ways to improve myself

None of these statements are negative descriptors. It would seem that there is no wrong answer, right?

Not exactly. Honeywell, like all prestigious companies, looks for specific characteristics in candidates for certain jobs. A candidate for a managerial position with impressive leadership skills is more suited than one who excels at working on his own, for example.

Consistency is also an important factor, and so is decisiveness- even though the test is untimed, if you take too much time thinking about a question, you may be penalized since test checkers want your natural, automatic response.

For more information on the OPQ32 personality test, click here.

But fear not; the PrepPack for Honeywell assessment includes a full section on personality tests to help you understand how they work and how to pass them successfully, including specific practice for single personality traits and how to convey them during the test!

 

DDI Leadership SJT Test

This section is most relevant to managerial/team lead positions.

Situational judgment tests (SJTs) are a popular psychological tool used by many assessment companies, employers, and organizations to evaluate applicants' behavioral and cognitive abilities when faced with daily work-related situations and conflicts.  

These tests can be tricky and challenging as the right or wrong answer for each question is not always clear. That is why preparation for these tests is crucial. The Honeywell Preparation Pack comes together with a full DDI SJT pack that will help you get familiar with the most common question types, teach you how to answer them correctly and ensure you pass the test with great success.

For more information on the DDI Leadership SJT test, click here.

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