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Prepare For the J.P Morgan Assessment

JobTestPrep has closely modeled tests included in its PrepPack™ on JP Morgan pre-employment assessment so that job applicants not only familiarize themselves with their format but also practice answering its tasks and questions. With our help, you will sharpen your reading comprehension, knowledge of mathematics, and Excel skills. By practicing with JobTestPrep’s resources, you will also learn how to highlight your personality traits and create a reliable personality profile that will show to employers at JP Morgan that you can be entrusted with responsibilities at the bank.

JobTestPrep wants not only to prepare you for the pre-employment tests but also to guide you through JP Morgan Chase’s interview process. We have thoroughly researched about the company’s interviews and compiled a list of interview questions posed by JP Morgan Chase’s managers to job candidates. JobTestPrep also gives you tips on how to conduct yourself in interviews and answer recruiters’ questions with confidence. Our step-by-step study guides and answer keys will allow you to track your progress while studying, identify and eliminate your weaknesses, and come to the test and interviews well prepared. Practice with our exclusive PrepPack™ and become recruiters’ first choice for your desired role at JP Morgan Chase.


Chase Online Assessment Tests Format and Content

JP Morgan Chase offers several tests as a part of its pre-employment assessment. 

The Situational Judgement Test (SJT) is a psychological assessment presenting you with hypothetical, if realistic, scenarios related to the position for which you are applying. The aim of SJT is to measure how well job applicants reason and behave at work. An SJT usually contains between 25 to 50 scenarios, which you can consider for as long as you want, since there is no time limit for the test. Having read a scenario, you will need to choose among several alternatives the most or the least suitable response to it or rank given responses in order of effectiveness on the scale from 1 to 5.  As a rule, scenarios presented on the SJT ask for a resolution of a certain hypothetical conflict liable to occur in a workplace in reality. These hypothetical conflicts involve supervisor-subordinate relationships, quarrels between employees, and stressful situations at work. Note that every Situational Judgement Test is tailored to a specific position; managers, banker analysts, or tellers, evaluated for particular traits, will, therefore, receive slightly different questionnaires. 

The Mathematical Reasoning Test evaluates your numerical skills and problem-solving abilities with the help of mathematical questions. On the test, you will need to perform basic calculations such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing not only with whole numbers but also with decimals, and fractions.  

The Reading Comprehension Test estimates how well you read and understand written instructions. On the test, you will be presented with short passages followed by questions about their content. Answers to these questions should be chosen among several given alternatives. It is advisable to scan quickly a list of questions before you start reading passages. When you know what questions you need to answer, you will pay closer attention to certain information, while you are reading. 

The Personality Test is designed your general aptitude for your applied position along with your natural ability to work productively and peacefully with other employees. Tasks on the Personality Assessment require you either to imagine people’s reactions to specified scenarios or grade your own attitude to problems on the scale from 1 to 5. There is no time limit on the Personality Test.

The Excel Kenexa Prove It Test requires you to demonstrate your knowledge of the Excel program, performing such tasks as formatting, editing, inserting rows and columns, using auto-fill, adding and subtracting values, and entering data, among others. It may take up to 40 minutes to complete the test.


JP Morgan Hiring Process

An interview process at JP Morgan Chase has several stages.  

Web Interview - After you have submitted your résumé online, you will be invited to take a web interview consisting of seven or eight questions. The questions will pop up on the screen and you will have around 30 seconds to read them. You will then have 3 minutes to record your answers. To help you feel more confident while recording your answers, you will have a few practice questions prior to the actual interview.  Alternatively, you may have a phone interview with a Human Resources representative who will ask you about your education and working experience.

Online Testing - Depending on the position for which you applied, you may be asked to write one of the online tests that JP Morgan Chase offers as a part of its pre-employment assessment. As a rule, the company invites applicants to take either the SJT psychological test, where they need to give the most appropriate responses to hypothetical scenarios, or the Mathematical Reasoning Test assessing how well they solve mathematical problems. Other tests job candidates may be required to take are the Personality and the Excel Tests and the Reading Comprehension assessment measuring their ability to comprehend written texts and instructions.    

Face-to-Face Interview - If you succeed on your tests, you will be invited for in-person interview in one of JP Morgan’s branches. Most often the face-to-face interview at JP Morgan Chase has the form of a panel. You will meet with four or six managers, a Human Resources representative, and peers who will inquire about your work experience, career’s goals and will ask you different behavioral questions. In turn, the interviewers will tell you about the benefits that the company offers. Each interviewer may take about half an hour to talk to you. If you are applying for a personal banker’s position, you may need to role play a phone conversation with a customer and demonstrate what selling tactics you employ.

Instead of the panel interview, you may also be invited for a super day at the company. There you will meet with different analysts and bankers who will talk with you about your educational and professional experience and will ask you behavioral and situational questions. Technical and economic questions may also be asked to evaluate your proficiency in your field. 

Some questions posed by recruiters in the interviews at JP Morgan Chase are as these:

  • How do you organize your day?  
  • If someone has a Citi bank credit card, how would explain to him or her the benefits of Chase credit card?  
  • What approach would you choose, if you were informed of slowdown in production?
  • What attracts you to JP Morgan, and specifically to the Investment Banking opportunity? 
  • Tell me whom you look up to other than your parents and why?  

Go over the above mentioned and similar questions and formulate smart answers to them. You will impress the recruiters even more, if you come to the interview armed with winning answers. Brush up your technical knowledge, too, because the interviewers will want to evaluate your professionalism. It is also advisable to do research about JP Morgan Chase and its business goals.


About J.P Morgan Chase

JP Morgan Chase is the largest bank in the US, the multinational banking company that is headquartered in New York City. JP Morgan Chase is the third largest bank in the world by total assets that this year reached the value of US$2.49 trillion. The bank has more than 5,100 branches and 16,000 ATM around the world. It operates in more than 100 countries and provides job to more than 250,355 employees, continuing to hire in most of its branches.  

JobTestPrep’s exclusive practice materials will help you pass your pre-employment assessment with confidence and good results. Prepare for your examination with our high quality PrepPack™ and start contributing to the further development of JP Morgan Chase’s financial services and investment banking.  


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