Here are a few tips, which will help you better prepare ace your upcoming interview.
Make sure you understand what is making and shaking the industry and where Raymond James comes into the picture. Your goal is to sound like an expert.
Your interviewer will want to know what you are made of and what you can contribute that other candidates will not be able to. Be as succinct and articulate as possible and bring examples of how you utilized your skill-sets and brought success to previous employers.
Your interviewer will want to ensure you are a good match and one of the ways to do that is to see if you are capable of asking solid questions about the company. They want inquisitive, smart and on the ball people.
The company will be looking closely at cognitive ability, interpersonal skills among a wide range of other assessment tests. Here are a few tests that you should begin preparing for at the very outset of the interview process.
The Hogan Personality Inventory assessment measures your day-to-day personality, also known as the bright side. It assesses how you relate to others. Employers will use this assessment to determine how well you work with others, whether you lead or follow, and if you are successful as a leader and as a follower.
A cognitive ability test is another name for the aptitude tests or intelligence tests that are commonly used throughout the hiring process. When the term cognitive ability test is used in the context of a psychometric assessment, it usually refers to a collection of questions (20-50) that span a wide array of topics (numerical, verbal, deductive, logical) and allow very short response times.
The Numerical Series Test asks you to find an omitted number in a sequence. What is important for solving tasks on this test is to understand the value of the interval between numbers. The questions posed on the Numerical Series Test usually consist of four visible numbers and one missing number. Check the arithmetic relationship between numbers and then look at intervals between them. You will find multiplications and divisions used in given sequences
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