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Prepare for PNC with JobTestPrep

JobTestPrep differs from other companies providing preparation for pre-employment assessments by its sincere desire to help applicants become employed and a rich arsenal of useful materials it uses to achieve this goal. We have compiled high-quality PrepPack™ including test simulations, various drills, study guides, and answer keys designed to strengthen your knowledge of the subject and improve your numerical and verbal skills. Knowing that all stages of PNC’s hiring process are difficult, we have also added to our resources an interview kit, with whose help you can learn how to conduct yourself during a face-to-face interview and make the most favorable impression on PNC’s employers. Prepare for your tests and interview with JobTestPrep’s sophisticated resources and land a desired job in the PNC.

 

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PNC Interview Prep

It is not uncommon to participate in several different interviews during the PNC's recruitment process. The first type of interview is usually held over the phone with a representative from the HR department. Phone interviews typically cover questions concerning your availability, salary expectations, and prior work experience.

Additional interviews held by PNC will be most likely be face-to-face, either one-on-one or in a group or panel. Preparing for each type of interview and their most common questions will give you an advantage over the other PNC candidates.


What Questions Does the Numerical Test Include?

There are several types of questions on the Numerical Tests. You may have a Calculation test, which measures how well you add, subtract, divide, or multiply. It may evaluate how you work not only with full numbers but also with fractions, decimals, and percentages. This type of Numerical Test with present you with a set of equations, where a missing number will be represented by a question mark (?). You may also meet questions about facts and figures presented in statistical tables. This is a multiple-choice test. You will need to select one correct answer among several incorrect options.

How Can I Prep for a Panel Interview?

Granted the panel interview is harder to pass than a one and one, but this also gives you the opportunity to ask questions and open up a discussion. Generally, 6 or 7 people will participate in the panel including managers and team leaders, who will switch off asking you questions to ensure you have a serious grasp of the technical and interpersonal aspects of the position. Much of the questioning will revolve around how you might correct work situations on a sliding scale, while other questions will be about your work past and even hobbies. Company culture and office atmosphere is a big thing these days.

How Can I Prep for a Panel Interview?

Granted the panel interview is harder to pass than a one and one, but this also gives you the opportunity to ask questions and open up a discussion. Generally, 6 or 7 people will participate in the panel including managers and team leaders, who will switch off asking you questions to ensure you have a serious grasp of the technical and interpersonal aspects of the position. Much of the questioning will revolve around how you might correct work situations on a sliding scale, while other questions will be about your work past and even hobbies. Company culture and office atmosphere is a big thing these days.

Why Should I Send a Cover Letter Together with My Résumé?

You should send a cover letter only if your employers ask for it. If employers specify that they expect a résumé and references from you but do not mention the cover letter, leave the cover letter out. But if, on the other hand, they state that applicants should send them the cover letter, a failure to do so may disqualify you as a potential candidate for the position. By not sending your cover letter, you will also lose a good opportunity to tell your employers about yourself in a more personal tone. Remember that the résumé states dry facts. Even though it says a lot about your education and work experience, it does not reveal your personality. In your cover letter, by contrast, you can write about your ideology, career objectives, drives, and hobbies and, in so doing, draw a more personal self-portrait that may impress your recruiters more than dry facts about the places where you worked.

 

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