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About JobTestPrep’s KCP&L EEI Packs

Make sure you top the competition with JobTestPrep's preparation packs before starting the KCP&L recruitment process. Our comprehensive range of packs will provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need to ace the application, test and interview process no matter the position you are going for.


KCP&L CAST Tests

The CAST test has four sub-tests. Graphic Arithmetic assesses your ability to solve arithmetic problems using information from prints or drawings. Mechanical Concepts assesses your ability to understand mechanical principles. Reading for Comprehension assesses your ability to read and comprehend written materials. Mathematical Usage assesses your ability to work out basic mathematical problems with the information provided at the beginning of the test.


KCP&L POSS Tests

The POSS Test contains four sections: Reading Comprehension, Mechanical Concepts, Mathematical Usage, and Figural Reasoning. Each section measures the abilities you will need to be successful in any power plant position. These sections are covered in our practice pack to help you prepare for the POSS test.


KCP&L Verbal Reasoning Tests

The Verbal Reasoning Test – This test assesses job applicants’ ability to comprehend written material and draw relevant logical conclusion from it using verbal concepts. A type of an aptitude test, the Verbal Reasoning Test measures how well candidates can differentiate between important and secondary information given in written tests and how well they understand verbal logic. As a rule, the test presents applicants with several extracts from written texts followed by a list of statements about the information contained in them. Your task is to identify a truth-value of these statement relative to what you have just read. Depending on the relation of a given proposition to truth, you will need to mark each statement either as “True,” or “False,” or “Indeterminate,” if there is not enough data to judge its validity. The Verbal Reasoning Test is timed and demands close attention from job applicants.


KCP&L Situational Judgement Tests

The scenarios presented on SJTs always ask for a resolution of a given conflict which, although being hypothetical, might very much rely on, or represent, realistic situations that occur in a workplace. You will then be asked to choose a preferred method of action out of a number of possible options. You are encouraged to choose your responses spontaneously, based on intuition; however, analyzing the scenarios and choosing responses that highlight your skills will allow you to better present yourself on the test.


KCP&L Personality Tests

Companies like KCP&L looking to fill positions like sales, engineering and HR want to know that you have what its takes to deal with the pressures and complexities of a given job. Your personality will look to uncover your attitude towards work, communication skills, motivation and your values that make you successful. Unlike the face-to-face interview it is difficult to charm your way through the personality, so it is imperative that you prepare.


KCP&L Microsoft Office Tests

The Microsoft Excel and Word test measures your ability to complete tasks in Microsoft Excel and Word software. The test is entirely interactive, attempting to simulate how Word is used in the workplace. The test is aimed at applicants for jobs that require the use of Excel and Word at its fullest capacity. On this test, you will be asked to perform more complex tasks, such as mail merges, advanced formatting, and using templates and tables.


KCP&L Abstract Reasoning Tests

Abstract reasoning tests form a substantial part of intelligence tests, and therefore are very popular among testing companies. They are often called inductive reasoning tests or diagrammatic series tests. In these test, you are asked to identify a missing figure in a matrix or pattern, or alternatively, decide which group of matrices a certain figure best fits into.


 

Get Ready for your Power, Utilities & Telecom Industry Tests

Tests administered to job candidates during their pre-employment assessment are never easy and demand from them quick thinking and minute attention to details. A short time limit given on most of the tests can be nerve-wracking and, by adding extra pressure on applicants, can worsen their overall performance. Considering how stressful pre-employment tests usually are, taking them unprepared will only jeopardize your chances of employment. Practicing beforehand with the help of JobTestPrep is crucial. Prepare for your test with our high-quality PrepPack™, boost your confidence and improve your scores, and in so doing, open the door to a conversation with the company’s recruiters in a face-to-face interview.

 

KCP&L Interview Process

Properly preparing for your interview takes more than a quick google search to find top interview questions. There are a number of factors to bear in mind before walking into the face-to-face. Learn all that you can about the company and its culture, take a look at the company’s social media outlets (FB and Twitter) to better get acquainted. Contemplate your skills, accomplishments and prepare numbers and statistics to show off what you have done. Lastly, practice a question and answer period in front of friends or the mirror, so the answers will roll of your tongue during the live interview.


Frequently Asked Questions by KCP&L Candidates

How is the Verbal Reasoning Test Scored?

Most of the Verbal Reasoning tests do not have a predetermined passing score. Your score is calculated in relation to the scores of other applicants who are vying for similar positions. The number of your correct answers, called raw score, is compared to raw scores of people applying for a position in your area. Such a calculating method can sometimes be disadvantageous, since your correct answers would not necessary bespeak good results. Even if you answer correctly 27 out of 30 questions, your test will not be deemed successful, if it turns out that other job candidates answered 29 questions correctly. If most of the test takers get more questions right than you do, this means that your score on the Verbal Reasoning Test is lower than the average result of your competitors.

Should I Choose "Strongly Agree/Disagree" or "Agree/Disagree in the KCP&L Personality Tests?"

There are different kinds of questions found on personality assessment tests. When given a statement with extreme statements such as "always" and "never," you should answer them with less extreme answers such as "agree" and "not strongly agree." However, there are times during a personality test in which you should choose "strongly agree" or "strongly disagree." You should choose "strongly agree" when the following types of questions are asked:

  • Most people are honest by nature.
  • Most people can be trusted.
  • Very few people steal at work.
  • I cannot remember the last time I lost my temper at work.
  • I rarely worry about how well I'm doing at my job.

You should choose strongly disagree when asked the following types of questions:

  • It is human nature to steal from others.
  • Most people cannot be trusted.
  • Sometimes my co-workers annoy me.
  • I sometimes worry about losing my job because of office politics.
  • Sometimes I don't feel able to handle all my work responsibilities.

Which Skill Sets do the Situational Judgement Tests look to Assess?

There are four major professional categories that KCP&L Situational Judgement Test is used to assess and measure. These are Communication skills, Teamwork, Decision making and people skills.

  • The segment on Communication skills appraises your ability to emphasize and choose the best method of communication on the individual level.
  • The segment on Teamwork measures how effectively you can encourage your team and when you know to put the team before the individual.
  • The segment on Decision Making looks to uncover your ability as a problem solver and capacity to mitigate an alleviate confrontations.
  • The segment on People Skills will focus in on how you handle feedback from your team and customers.

What is the KCP&L's Face to Face Interview?

There are several different types of questions you may face during your interviews. Most interviews consist of competency-based questions, but some include job-related questions, maths problems, or riddles. You can also expect to be asked about your resume and your motivation regarding the position for which you are applying. To help you prepare for your interview and other assessments, we have created a unique preparation pack with all the resources you need. The pack features a detailed interview guide written by our accredited psychologists. This guide covers various aspects of interviews and offers important tips. It discusses, among other things, competency-based questions and how to use the STAR method when answering them. It also provides advice on how to answer common interview questions. Going over these principles and reading the guide can help you prepare for your interviews.

When Should I start Preparing for my KCP&L EEI Test?

As a rule, you should start preparing yourself for the KCP&L EEI as soon as possible. Preparation is key to understanding not only the structure of the test you will need to take during the KCP&L recruitment process, but also the appropriate responses to the questions that will be asked.

How to fast track KCP&L's Hiring Process

Here are a few tips that might expedite the process or at least help you manage the dreaded wait time.

  • First, learn as much as you can about the company. Beyond reading the website, find reviews and articles about the company’s products. Track the company onsocial media and find out what makes them tick. Additionally, consider posing as a potential client by using customer service to ask questions to more thoroughly understand the product.
  • Secondly, finds ways to move spur the process along. Find an internal reference within the company that can pass your resume along to a hiring manager. At times this can cut out the initial screening by HR. Also after every stage, make sure to send a polite thank you note just to remind them that you exist, just don’t make it sound desperate.
  • Lastly, everyone wants what they cannot have. If things are taking too long, let them know you have another offer on the table. Hey, It can’t hurt.

 

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