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During the Indeed interview process, you should expect to be interviewed in a number of different ways. This process will generally begin with an initial screening interview held over the phone with a representative from the HR department. This first interview will include questions regarding your prior work experience, availability, and salary expectations.
A successful phone interview will often be followed up with a request to attend a face-to-face interview. Companies like Indeed will either hold their face-to-face interviews in a one-on-one format, as a group or panel.
The Personality Test is usually offered to job candidates in addition to other tests they take during their pre-employment assessment. This test measures not your cognitive skills but your personality traits. By inviting their applicants to pass the Personality Test, employers want to ascertain that they are people who will get along with their co-workers. They also want to winnow out those who might engage in such unseemly behavior as pilfering, harassing, and time wasting. To achieve this evaluation with more precision, the Personality Test is divided into several parts containing different sets of questions. One of them will ask you to look at pictures with people and predict their attitude to certain situations. Another type of questions will require you to rank your agreement with statements concerning different rules at work on the scale from 1 to 10. There are more than 80 questions on the Personality Test overall. You need to answer them impromptu and honestly, if you want to build a reliable, impressive personality profile. Yet even though you are advised to answer questions on the test sincerely and off the cuff, you will still benefit from JobTestPrep’s personality kit. We will give you valuable tips on how to improve your self-representation and avoid incriminating yourself accidentally.
A phone interview is usually not complicated or long. You will be asked questions about your educational background and work experience. An interviewer may also tell you about the company and the duties that you will be expected to perform, if you qualify for the applied position. Depending on how detailed is your description of your working experience, the phone interview may take up to 40 minutes.
Many tests that you will take during your pre-employment assessment will not have a raw score. That is, your score will not be calculated according to the number of your correctly answered questions. It will be estimated relatively to the scores of people taking the test with you. If other applicants do better than you even by 0.5%, you will not be offered a job position. To prevent this from happening, you need to practice before your actual exam. JobTestPrep offers you a brilliant opportunity to shoot ahead of other candidates on your upcoming exam. Prepare with our all-inclusive PrepPack™ and receive an appointment letter from the company.
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