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There may be many stages of interviews with SABIC. The most common initial interview will occur over the phone with a representative from the Human Resources department. The initial phone interview will generally be a measure for further screening and will include questions regarding your availability, previous work experience, and salary expectations.
In the event your phone interview is successful, you will then be requested to partake in a face-to-face interview. This interview will either be held one-to-one, in a group, or with a panel.
Aptitude assessments are scored by taking your raw score, then comparing it to those of other applicants. This culmination of scores is then compared to the benchmark score which has been provided by the test creator.
Personality tests are used by SABIC to calculate specific personality traits and workplace competencies. Bear in mind that certain responses may negatively impact your overall personality profile regardless of any disclaimer stating that there are no right or wrong answers.
When employers ask candidates situational questions, they seek to evaluate their possible behavior in various working situations. What they want to hear from you is a story about a challenging event in your former work place with which you successfully dealt. You need to tell your interviewers why the situation was problematic and what steps you took to resolve it. Recruiters also expect from you to explain why you arrived at a certain decision, what were the alternatives, and why you rejected them as possible solutions. Try to answer situational questions according to the STAR format, dwelling first on the Situation, Test, Action, and Results. If you keep in mind the STAR method while you are answering situational questions, your answers will be fuller and more convincing. JobTestPrep can help you master the STAR method and thus create a more favorable impression on your face-to-face interview.
The SABIC hiring process includes a number of interviews and assessment tests which are used to determine and review your specific skills and abilities. If your competencies are a match for SABIC’s standards, you are likely to be offered the vacant position.
You should expect to take the aptitude test either as a prerequisite for an interview, or as part of the interview process. The purpose of the aptitude tests is to find the best candidate for the position being offered.
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