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Sensient interviews are not just designed to test your book knowledge or to better understand your previous work performance. Your interviewer will also be interested to learn about your personality and how you might meld with the company and the team that you will be working with. It is for this reason that Sensient may necessitate several rounds of interviews, so varying levels of management can get a grasp of who you are and what you can do for the company.
Aptitude tests are usually timed. Their time limit is so short that you will have less than a minute to answer each answer. Only 1.5% of applicants can correctly answer questions within a set time limit. Aptitude tests are multiple-choice tests: you need to select one correct answer within several incorrect alternatives. Often, information will appear within graphs, tables, or logical statements. Your task is to analyze this data and then make relevant logical or mathematical conclusions from it.
Sensient, like many other companies, uses personality assessments in order to evaluate their applicants’ workplace competencies and personas. Each company possesses its own unique culture and standards, so in using personality assessments during the recruitment process, Sensient has the ability to find the candidate with the personality profile that is the best match for their company.
Situational Judgment Tests (SJTs) are different than a standard knowledge test because the answer is in the eyes of the tester. This means there are a variety of ways by which to answer SJT question and to judge the answers. For instance, a test taker can either pick the best or worst options or rate list options according to their perceived effect on the outcome. Grading the answers could either be based on one individual answer or based on a consensus, meaning that test takers may be judged as a group.
Granted the panel interview is harder to pass than a one and one, but this also gives you the opportunity to ask questions and open up a discussion. Generally, 6 or 7 people will participate in the panel including managers and team leaders, who will switch off asking you questions to ensure you have a serious grasp of the technical and interpersonal aspects of the position. Much of the questioning will revolve around how you might correct work situations on a sliding scale, while other questions will be about your work past and even hobbies. Company culture and office atmosphere is a big thing these days.
Truthfully, there is no hardline score, but rather a consensus of scores based on how the entire group of competing job seekers. Generally, test takers are invited for interviews based on score gap of even 0.5%, so just half a percentage point could be the difference between an interview or walk to the exit. Make sure you come prepared with JobTestPrep’s all-inclusive PrepPack™.
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