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The Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) is a general pre-employment aptitude test that measures your problem-solving abilities, skill learning capabilities, and critical thinking. It consists of 50 questions, has a 15-minute time limit, and is comprised of three question categories—math and logic, verbal ability, and spatial reasoning.
Hortonworks often requires their applicants to take and pass a mathematical reasoning test. These tests assess a range of numerical abilities from basic arithmetic to higher-level mathematical critical reasoning. These tests were designed to determine your ability to comfortably and accurately analyze and solve problems using statistical/ numerical data, as well as logical deductions from the information provided. The four major areas covered in a basic mathematical reasoning test are word problems, number series, numerical reasoning charts (i.e. graph and table questions), and sufficiency questions.
The higher-level mathematical reasoning tests are generally delivered in the same format; however, you will need to be familiar with certain formulas that may not be offered to you during the assessment period in order to pass. Practicing prior to taking these assessments will give you an advantage over other applicants who will be taking the same tests.
The basic Hortonworks basic level Microsoft Office test is not as easy as it sounds, and it is important to properly prepare well before the exam. You will be challenged on tasks from saving content in various formats to understanding printing properties and the wide range of formatting throughout Microsoft products, but especially in Word. Maintaining a firm grasp of Microsoft products will help you effectively take on every day office tasks and your future employer wants to know that you are ready.
Hortonworks uses personality tests in order to evaluate your workplace competencies. If your personality profile happens to match the profile of the job you have applied for, it is likely that you will be offered the position. Keep in mind that although there are technically no right or wrong answers on a personality assessment, certain responses can negatively affect your overall personality profile which can interfere with your ability of obtaining the job you are after.
Practice is the greatest precursor for success when faced with the Hortonworks CCAT tests. JobTestPrep offers a variety of highly comprehensive practice materials and study guides to ensure that you are always one step ahead. Familiarize yourself with the Hortonworks CCAT tests today and naturally come out on top!
The interview process for many companies has become very involved in the last decade or so. You will be met with a series of interviews, whether they be held over the phone, via video, one-on-one, or face-to-face with a panel or group. You should be prepared for each type of interview as well as the types of questions you will encounter during each in order to successfully pass the process.
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.
Some tests allow the use of a calculator but they do not provide one for you so you will have to bring your own. However, most math tests do not allow a calculator, but will supply scratch paper, so you may want to practice doing the math section without a calculator.
After you have submitted your résumé and cover letter, you will be contacted by a Human Resources representative. This a phone interview, the first among other interviews that you may have, if you succeed on your pre-employment test. In your phone interview with the HR representative, you will discuss your educational background, your working experience, and your career goals. You may also talk about the Hortonworks, the organization of its business, and the benefits you will receive, if you are hired. The phone interview may last from 20 to 40 minutes.
Know that many companies use similar tests (not the same, but similar like tests). By studying for one company you can get a better grasp of test formats and type of questions that may be asked at an interview process of another. Take advantage of Jobtestprep one of a kind study system and propel your career forward.
Upon filling out your job application and receiving a screening call or possibly a in person face to face with HR, you will be invited to take the CCAT-style test among other exams. The tests will examine not only your technical ability, but personality and ability to mesh into the company culture (important these days.) Upon successfully passing the test you will move on to the interview stages with managers and possible C-Levels (position depending) and from there hopefully a job offer.
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