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About JobTestPrep's PepsiCo Packs

Going through the recruitment process for PepsiCo can make you feel somewhat frazzled. JobTestPrep's comprehensive practice materials will help ease your mind and help you gain the confidence that you need to come out on top throughout the PepsiCo's hiring procedure.


PepsiCo Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test

The Wonderlic Personnel Test, also known as the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test, is the most popular among the Wonderlic tests. It is used in many industries for pre-employment selection and is designed to assess an applicant's ability to learn, adapt, solve problems, and understand instructions.

The two cognitive ability tests are the Wonderlic Personnel Test-Quicktest (WPT-Q) and the Wonderlic Personnel Test-Revised (WPT-R).

Wonderlic Personnel Test-Quicktest (WPT-Q)

The Wonderlic Personnel Test-Quicktest (WPT-Q), previously known as the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Pretest, is a short version of the WPT. Typically, you will encounter this version as part of a preliminary step in the application process. However, in some instances, it will determine your chances of progressing to the next step, while in other scenarios, it may only serve as an orientation test. The online and unprotected test consists of 30 questions which are to be completed within the 8-minute time limit.

Wonderlic Personnel Test-Revised (WPT-R)

The Wonderlic Personnel Test-Revised is also known as the Contemporary Cognitive Ability Test. This test has 50 questions which are to be completed within 12 minutes. With just over 14 seconds per question, the WPT-R requires strong analytic skills, quick response times, and good decision-making. It is used mainly in job selection and admissions processes. It is supervised and can be taken in hard copy and online versions.

Start preparing for the Wonderlic Test with JobTestPrep's resources. Our Wonderlic PrepPack includes nine full-length practice tests, a comprehensive study guide, in-depth explanations, and user-friendly score reports. Practice today to ensure your spot on the candidate's list.


 

PepsiCo Mathematical Reasoning Test

PepsiCo may require you to take a pre-hire mathematical reasoning test to assess your numerical abilities. As these tests are dependent upon your job level, the material being tested can range from basic arithmetic all the way up to higher level mathematical critical reasoning. It is advisable to familiarize yourself with this style of test prior to being contacted by PepsiCo for further consideration as this will give you the ability to brush up on the necessary skills.


PepsiCo Verbal Reasoning Test

Strong communication skills are a major component in passing the PepsiCo verbal reasoning aptitude test. These tests often include complex written information that you will need to analyze and comprehend in order to derive relevant conclusions from the text. PepsiCo uses these tests as a means to assess your verbal comprehension abilities.


PepsiCo Personality Test

PepsiCo deploys a personality test to better screen potential employees before you can sign on the dotted line. They want to know who will perform well and those who won't. It is important to note that you should answer each question truthfully and go with the first answer that comes to mind. Overthinking questions will throw you off, waste time and perhaps indicate to the recruiter that you are trying to game the system.


PepsiCo Mechanical Reasoning Test

Mechanical aptitude tests measure candidates' knowledge of mechanical and physical concepts. The exact topics may differ from one industry to another. For example, a military pilot candidate is more likely to be asked questions concerning machinery and terms common to the aviation industry, whereas an electrician or plumber will probably be asked questions about home appliances and other related mechanisms. These tests usually consist of multiple choice questions based on a given diagram. Succeeding in the test requires a good understanding of basic physics principles. Preparing in advance is necessary for optimal performance.

 

Online Preparation for the PepsiCo Assessment Tests

There is no need to feel intimidated by the PepsiCo assessment tests with JobTestPrep on your side. Our in-depth practice materials and comprehensive study guides will ensure that you have a leg up on other candidates throughout the PepsiCo hiring process.

 

PepsiCo Hiring Process

The PepsiCo hiring process begins with a CandidateCare applicant tracking system (ATS). CandidateCare is used to screen your application/questionnaire, resume, and cover letter. This applicant tracking system assesses your answers and documents for keyword-specific phrases. Therefore, in order to have your paperwork successfully move forward in the hiring process, you want to be sure that your answers and documents properly align with the job description.

If your application is successful and you pass the assessments, you may be called for a telephone interview. If you are deemed as a promising candidate, then in-person and panel interviews will be coordinated. Be sure to review and practice for all types of interviews with our Interview PrepPack.


PepsiCo Interview Preparation

Preparing for an interview can be difficult as companies devise new techniques and questions to knock you off your kilter. HR managers want to know how you are going to handle criticism in the moment by trying to use scare tactics (i.e. no smiles during the interview), using the stress interview (i.e. rapid-fire questioning) or by using the classic weakness question. First understand that the interviewer is not out to get you, but to find the best candidate who can "take the heat". Don't get nervous, bring your "A Game" with our interview PrepPack™ and be ready for any interview scenarios.


Frequently Asked Questions by PepsiCo Candidates

Why Does PepsiCo Use Aptitude Tests During Their Recruitment Process?

A read through of a candidate's resume is not always enough to get a full account of their abilities and strengths in the workplace. PepsiCo employs the use of certain aptitude tests to ensure that you meet their standards and competencies. It is recommended that you become familiar with these sorts of tests through practice in order to improve on the competencies PepsiCo is looking for in their employees. This will give you an advantage over the other candidates who have also applied.

What Skills Do Mathematical Tests Measure?

Mathematical tests are designed to look at the range of skills and abilities needed to perform most jobs. Some of the skills and abilities include basic math or computations skills, such as the four basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), percentages, ratios, analyzing graphs, and other numerical data.

What Is the SJT Looking for?

This is always the first question that comes to mind when taking the test. The test is primarily looking to uncover you react in various professional situations by combing a mix of street and book smart questions. Professional, managerial, graduate and executive level applicants will each face their own verbal or numerical variations of the test, so the organization can weed out those who continue in the process. Lastly, there is no room for error, as you must work quickly to fill all the ticks in the right boxes.

How Can Preparing for My PepsiCo Assessments Benefit Me?

Preparing for any test prior to taking them will give you the ability to familiarize yourself with the material being covered. JobTestPrep offers you the advantage for excelling in all of your PepsiCo assessments through the use of our many practice tests and study guides.

How to Fast Track PepsiCo's Hiring Process

Hew 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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