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It is very common to participate in several interviews prior to becoming an employee with Schneider Electric. The initial interview or screening interview will most likely be held over the phone with an HR representative. In this interview you will be asked several questions covering your availability, salary expectations, work experience, etc.
If you happen to pass the initial screening interview, you should be invited to participate in one or several face-to-face interviews which may be held either one-to-one, in a group, or before a panel.
The Aptitude Test has recently been introduced as a part of companies’ pre-employment assessment. It is considered a more reliable method for estimating candidates’ innate abilities than trying to gauge their personalities from their résumé or interview conversation. Depending on the type of the Aptitude Test that they administrate to their prospective employees, employers may measure their numerical and verbal reasoning, situational judgement, or diagrammatical reasoning. What, therefore, employers try to evaluate is how well job applicants perform specific tasks or how they react to particular situations. There is no raw score on the Aptitude Test; that is, your score is not measured by the number of questions you got right. Rather, your score on the Aptitude Test is calculated relatively to the scores received by all job candidates taking the test with you. Because your score on the Aptitude Test hinges so conspicuously on the performance of others, it is essential to come to your pre-employment assessment well-prepared. Practice with JobTestPrep’s comprehensive resources and stand out from other candidates for your applied position.
There are several types of questions on the Numerical Tests. You may have a Calculation test, which measures how well you add, substract, 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.
Yes! Keep a diary or log of your interviews regarding questions, responses and the flow of the conversations. Perhaps there is a question you receive often that you could have answered differently? Perhaps the interviewer gave you a signal to stop talking or to keep talking that you missed? Study you past successes and failures and keep trucking.
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