Nestle Aptitude Tests, Samples, & Preparation
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JobTestPrep PrepPacks™ are comprised of comprehensive preparation materials that you will not find anywhere else, enhancing your ability to pass Nestle’s tests. As you quickly become familiar with the material and test structure you will increase your chances of beating out the competition.

Nestle PI Cognitive Assessment 

Nestle will sometimes ask you to take the Predictive Index (PI) Assessment. This is usually an online assessment that may include: the PI cognitive test and/or the PI Behavioral test. The PI Cognitive assessment is a challenging time-limited test that measures your verbal, numerical, and abstract skills. The Behavioral Assessment is a short personality test, that assesses the way you work and interact with your environment.   

Learn more about how to understand your PI Test score!

Nestle Ramsay Mechanical Aptitude Test

The Ramsay Mechanical Test is designed to assess applicants for production and maintenance positions on their ability to learn the necessary activities for the positions. The test is a multiple-choice items test, and it consists of 36 questions and 20-minutes time limit.

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Nestle Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test

The Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test (BMCT) is a popular assessment used to identify individuals with good mechanical reasoning abilities and spatial perception. Employers may use this assessment to infer future performance in jobs that require these skills. There are two versions of the BMCT: BMCT and BMCT II. The BMCT consists of 68 multiple-choice questions and has a 30-minute time limit. The BMCT II consists of 55 multiple-choice questions and has a 25-minute time limit.

Nestle Logical Reasoning Test

Logical reasoning also called Verbal, Inductive, or Deductive Reasoning tests, assesses the candidates' ability to read and understand complicated texts and, most importantly, to utilize critical thinking skills to draw conclusions and recognize important facts.

Nestle Microsoft Excel Test

Nestle may require you to complete a Microsoft Excel assessment in order to evaluate your knowledge of the application for daily use. These tests often come in two levels: basic and advanced. In order to pass the basic level Excel assessment, you will need to have prior familiarity with basic formatting, standard tables and basic commands such as saving and printing properties, page breaks and print area definitions. You may also be required to know how to define a cell reference, filter and sort data, and manage the page’s layout.

You will be expected to apply your knowledge of dealing with formulas, macro creation, and advanced formatting in the advanced portion of this assessment. These assessments are often delivered in either a multiple choice or a fully interactive format.

​Strengthen Your Skills for Your Nestle Aptitude Test

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Nestle Interview Policy

What is peculiar about Nestle’s pre-employment assessment is that one of its interviews is a panel interview. Yet before you are invited for it, you have to pass several preliminary stages. First, after you submit your résumé and cover letter, you will have a phone conversation with a Human Resources manager. During this conversation, you will talk about your education, working experience, and Nestle’s business goals. After the phone interview, you will write assessment (tests) required as a part of Nestle’s hiring process. Provided you excel on these tests, you will move to the next stage, which is a face-to-face interview. Nestle’s in-person interview takes the form of a panel. A panel interview includes conversations with several managers simultaneously. As a rule, there will be a Human Resources manager, managers of several departments, and team leaders to interview you. They will take turns to ask you competency-based and situational questions. They will also talk about your working experience and your career objectives. Participating in the panel interview might be stressful, because you will be questioned by six or even seven people, which may feel overwhelming. Your interview will be an easier and more pleasant experience, if you come to it armed with winning answers to most frequently asked questions. Check out JobTestPrep’s interview practice resources and come a step closer to receiving an expected job offer.

Why Does Nestle Administer Aptitude Tests?

The Nestle aptitude tests come into play where your resume can fall short. Aptitude tests are used to provide a deeper insight into your workplace capabilities and persona. Nestle uses aptitude tests to ensure that they are hiring someone who matches their competencies and standards.

How Are the Nestle Personality Tests Scored?

Personality tests are used by Nestle to evaluate specific personality traits and workplace competencies. There are technically no right or wrong answers in a personality assessment, however, certain responses may negatively impact your overall personality profile for the job being offered.

How to Fast Track Nestle’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 on social 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.
  • Second, 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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