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What's Included

  • Professional personality practice test
  • Five supervision SJT exercises
  • 22 numerical reasoning practice tests
  • Four verbal reasoning practice tests
  • 21 figural reasoning practice tests
  • 19 specific study guides & video tutorials 
  • Timed tests with score reports, answers, and solving tips


The recruitment process for positions of all levels involves several different exercises such as:

✔️Psychometric tests

✔️Ability to work as part of a group

✔️Presentation of topics


Each of the above tests is designed to evaluate the candidates 'performance against criteria or skills that were precisely defined by the company to which the candidate applied and were in most cases proven to be a tool for assessing future candidates' performance. Start preparing with JobTestPrep's resources today to ensure your success.

 Online Application Process

This is a fairly basic P&G’s online application form; You are asked to fill out your contact details, educational information, complete the questionnaire, and upload your CV. You may also upload any other job-related documentation. Use this opportunity to make sure your application stands out from the crowd by utilizing Procter and Gamble's "PEAK Performance" factors, use our Test Practice to make sure you do it right.

If your application is successful, you will advance to the Procter and Gamble reasoning tests.


PEAK Performance Assessment

The first online P & G and test you will encounter is the Performance Assessment test. This test is not timed but typically takes about 30 minutes to complete. The PEAK Performance assessment is used to measure the skills and abilities that don't always come across in an interview. The Peak Performance assessment helps employers gain a better understanding of your compatibility with their companies and your prospective job. Furthermore, P&G utilizes this specific test to analyze your background, experiences, interests, and work-related attitudes against P&G competencies (Power of Mind, People, and Agility). 


Reasoning Tests

The P&G reasoning aptitude tests include an assortment of multiple-choice numerical, verbal, and abstract reasoning questions. Some common questions types include math, word problems and reading comprehension. The test contains a total of 15 questions, giving you an average of 2.5 minutes to complete each question or about 30 minutes. 

Numerical Reasoning Test

The Procter and Gamble numerical test presents you with a series of word problems asking you to calculate distance, area, weight, and percentages. You are tasked with extracting the relevant information from given data in order to choose the correct answer from a list of five options. Some calculations may be needed. Our P&G practice pack can prepare you for this test by helping you to review numerical functions and to practice extracting data.

Logic-Based Reasoning Test

This P&G test is a verbal reasoning test that assesses your ability to think logically. You are given a paragraph of text from which you must draw a valid conclusion. Your responses during this logical reasoning test must be drawn from the information presented in the text only; no specific prior knowledge is needed.

Figural Reasoning Test

The final P&G reasoning test is the figural or abstract reasoning test. You are given a series of different shapes in either a line or a 3-by-3 matrix. There will be one shape missing, and you must choose which one it is from a list of options. Improve your abstract reasoning skills with our P&G preparation pack.

If, after passing the online reasoning test, you progress to the next stage of the recruitment process, you may be asked to take a paper-based reasoning test at one of P&G’s offices. This "re-test" is aimed at verifying your initial results on the online version. The paper-based version is longer and more complicated, so make sure you are fully prepared.

Once all the tests have been completed and passed successfully, you will be asked to take part in several interviews.


Interview Questions

The Procter and Gamble application process includes two or three interviews. The initial interview takes place over the phone and is mainly competency-based. Make sure you know P&G's competencies inside out so that you can incorporate them into your answers. You should also include examples of times you demonstrated these competencies in the past. Prepare these examples ahead of the interview using the STAR method (situation, task, action, result).

 See some example P&G phone interview questions below:

  • Tell me about a time when you had a deadline and couldn't meet it. How did you deal with this?
  • Tell me about a time when you took the initiative. How did you do it?
  • Tell me about a time when you had to think of an innovative solution to a difficult problem.

The second Procter and Gamble interview takes place at one of their offices and is more skills-based. You are asked about your qualifications as well as other information you provided in your CV. Review your CV and prepare a new set of examples highlighting your skills for this interview.

Interview Tips

  • Prepare several examples of questions based on the most frequently asked questions in interviews.
  • Keep cool, even if you feel that the goal of the questions is to get you out of the way of thinking.
  • Try practicing yourself with similar simulations and be assisted by another person who will be your interviewer.
  • Try our Star Method and increase your chances of passing the interviews successfully.

Prepare for P & G Assessment

Prepare for the P & G recruitment process with JobTestPrep's resources.

our preparation materials can help you prepare for each stage of the hiring process. Our Procter and Gamble Prepack includes practice tests and drills, detailed answer explanations, user friendly score reports and more. Start preparing for P & G today to ensure your success.


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