Ace the Pymetrics Assessment with Accurate Prep | 2024
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The Pymetrics Games' two major challenges are understanding the desired outcome of each test and what is being measured and scored. This becomes even more challenging when, in some games, there are no consistent, pre-defined rules.

Our game platform is a perfect simulation of the actual test. Playing each game repeatedly according to your weaknesses and feedback will allow you to master them all, as your agility, perception, emotional intelligence, and additional important traits for the games will improve. This way, the Hard or Easy Game will surely be option #2


Major Companies Using Pymetrics Games

JP Morgan ChaseThe biggest bank in the US and 4th largest bank in the world. It is considered one of the top three banks to work for and, therefore, one of the hardest firms to get into. It is based in New York but employs around 250,000 employees worldwide, with a major base in London. It is also one of the only companies that use Pymetrics for all positions.
For more information, please visit our dedicated Pymetrics JP Morgan page.

BCG - One of the big three consulting firms in the world. It is based in the US but has more than 90 offices worldwide and 22,000 employees. However, Pymetrics is used mostly in the US locations. For more information, please visit our dedicated Pymetrics BCG page.

Bain & Co - Another member of the big three consulting firms. It is famous for its great work culture and has been ranked the #1 place to work for a few years in a row. It is based in the US and employs around 10,000 employees worldwide.

AstraZeneca - A major pharmaceutical company, that among other things was in the public eye for developing a COVID-19 vaccine. It is a British-Swedish company based in England that employs around 75,000 employees worldwide. The use of Pymetrics is mainly for the graduate program and includes additional tests. For more information please visit our dedicated Pymetrics AstraZeneca page.

UPS - The United Parcel Service is the largest courier company in the world. It is based in the US but employs almost 500,000 employees worldwide, with package handlers being the most popular position. As such, Pymetrics is primarily used to screen candidates for that position in the US. For more information, please visit our dedicated UPS Pymetrics page.

Unilever - A British multinational consumer goods company that owns more than 400 brands and sells products in over 190 countries. The range of products is starched, from foods and vitamins to beauty products and self-care. Pymetrics is used mainly to screen candidates for Asia locations.

JLL - A global commercial real estate company, considered to be one of the big three in that field. It is based in the UK but holds offices in over 80 countries. Pymetrics is used mainly for UK-based positions. For more information, please visit our dedicated JLL Pymetrics page.

Blackstone - One of the more lucrative alternative investment firms out there. Many candidates prefer to go to a boutique firm like this one rather than get lost inside one of the big investment banks. In the alternative investment field, this is one of the better options.

Fidelity Investments - Another investment firm that is not one of the big banks. However, the Boston-based firm is still quite large with around 40,000 employees worldwide.

Accenture - This Irish consulting firm is one of the biggest and most important professional services companies in the world. It handles some of the biggest clients out there, and to do so, it employs about 500,000 employees worldwide.

PwC - The second largest professional services company in the world and a member of the lucrative "Big Four" accounting firms. It is extremely hard to be one of the 250,000 employees in this firm, and Pymetrics is used mainly to screen candidates for the Singapore locations.

Mastercard - One of the largest and most well-known financial services companies in the world. It is based in New York and employs around 20,000 employees worldwide.

Kraft Heinz - The 5th largest food and beverage company in the world. It is based in the US and employs almost 40,000 employees worldwide.

Rio Tinto - This Anglo-Australian company is the 2nd largest metals and mining corporation in the world. It is based in London and employs around 45,000 employees worldwide.

McDonald's - This very well-known American fast-food company has almost 40,000 restaurants in more than 119 countries. It is the world's 2nd largest employer with more than 1.9 million employees. Pymetrics is used to screen candidates for selected positions in certain locations.

Hyatt - An American hospitality company operating 1,175 hotels worldwide. It employs around 130,000 employees to operate a large number of hotels and resorts.

Diageo - The second largest beverage alcohol in the world. It is based in London but operates in more than 180 countries. It is also the largest producer of Scotch whisky in the world and employs around 30,000 employees worldwide.

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Pymetrics FAQ

What Does the Pymetrics Assessment Measure?

The Pymetrics algorithm assembles your personality profile by analyzing 91 traits. It is supposedly a bias-free system for assessing candidates. Your behavior is being looked at regardless of your background, gender, race, or what school you went to.

The measured personality, cognitive, and behavioral traits all fall into these 9 categories, as described on the Pymetrics assessment official page:

  • Attention
  • Decision Making
  • Effort
  • Emotion
  • Fairness
  • Focus
  • Generosity
  • Learning
  • Risk Tolerance
How Does the Pymetrics Games Work and How is it Scored?

Pymetrics Assessment is NOT being scored numerically like you’ve been accustomed to. Every employer that uses Pymetrics will first let their top-performing employees in each position play the same 12 games. Using their performance, a benchmark is being set for each position. A kind of fingerprint of the dream employee. This fingerprint is now set as the “right” score.

The logic behind this strategy is clear. A good salesperson has a different personality than a software engineer. In sales, you need to be outgoing, with good emotional intelligence, whereas in software maybe it’s best to be focused, with high attention to detail and low-risk tolerance.

Every candidate’s personality profile is compared to the benchmark profile of the specific position they apply for. The employer will get a full report for each candidate, with a recommendation as to the candidate’s compatibility with the position.

How Important are the Pymetrics Games?

The Pymetrics games are VERY important. People tend to underestimate them – it’s only a game, what’s the worst that could happen? Little do they know that companies reject a huge part of candidates solely based on these games. This means that if you are not well prepared, you will not get the chance to impress in an interview.

Can You Redo Pymetrics?

You can only play the Pymetrics games once every 330 days — practically once a year. More importantly, your scores are eligible for ALL companies you apply for. This shows how seriously you have to take these games. You only have one chance to get it right.

How Do You Do the Pymetrics Games?

The Pymetrics assessment is played online. Your employer will email you with a link to a sign-up page. After creating a user, you must go to the Pymetrics login page, log in to the platform, and start playing the games. After completing the games, your employer will receive a detailed report, including a recommendation.

Is Pymetrics Accurate?

The Pymetrics games are based on verified psychological experiments. They have been tested again and again, and the more they are played, the more accurate the algorithm gets. Be aware the report you get after playing the games is NOT the same as the one your employer gets. Your employer has quite an accurate concept of your personality.

How Long is Pymetrics?

Around 25 minutes.

The Pymetrics test includes 12 games, each taking 2-3 minutes to complete. You can choose to take breaks between games, but if you don't, it will take about 25 minutes to complete.

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