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About Snapsheet Wonderlic PrepPacks™

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Snapsheet Wonderlic Tests

The Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (WBST) is mainly used for assessing candidates for entry-level positions and for colleges or other educational programs admissions. It includes two sections: verbal section with 50 questions and quantitative sections with 45 questions, when each section is 20 minutes long.

The Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test includes 50 math, English, logic, general knowledge, and clerical multiple-choice questions, which need to be answered within 12 minutes. This test requires strong analytic skills, quick response times, and good decision-making under time pressure, and is mainly used in job selection and admissions processes.

Snapsheet Abstract Reasoning Tests

In abstract or figural reasoning tests, you are given number of figures which form a series that follows a certain set of rules. There may be just one rule governing the pattern, but in many instances, there are at least two. It is your task is to determine which figure matches the pattern and continues the series.


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Snapsheet Interview Process

There are several types of interviews you may be expected to participate in prior to being offered the job you have applied for; they are:

  • Phone Interview: This type of interview will last anywhere from 10-30 minutes. You should expect to be asked about your availability, salary expectations/ requirements, your prior work history and experience, as well as what you know about the company and the position being offered.
  • Video Interview: The popularity of this type of interview is growing. You will either complete your interview during a Skype session, or by following a link to an interview platform provided to you by the company.

Case Interview: In this type of interview you will be posed a question, challenge, or situation that you will be expected to solve. These types of interviews are either conducted individually or in groups.

  • Puzzle Interview: Challenging puzzles and riddles are often part of the recruitment process for some companies. You will be expected to think creatively and outside of the box in order to pass this type of interview successfully.
  • Lunch Interview: This type of interview can be very casual and allows interviewers the opportunity to get to know an applicant’s background, qualifications, and personality in a more relaxed environment.

Preparing for each type of interview beforehand will give an undeniable advantage with regard when answering questions posed to you by your interviewer, as well as the types of behaviors you should exhibit.

Should I Choose "Strongly Agree/Disagree" or "Agree/Disagree in the Snapsheet Personality Tests?"

There are different kinds of questions found on personality assessment tests. When given a statement with extreme statements such as "always" and "never," you should answer them with less extreme answers such as "agree" and "not strongly agree." However, there are times during a personality test in which you should choose "strongly agree" or "strongly disagree." You should choose "strongly agree" when the following types of questions are asked:

  • Most people are honest by nature.
  • Most people can be trusted.
  • Very few people steal at work.
  • I cannot remember the last time I lost my temper at work.
  • I rarely worry about how well I'm doing at my job.

You should choose strongly disagree when asked the following types of questions:

  • It is human nature to steal from others.
  • Most people cannot be trusted.
  • Sometimes my co-workers annoy me.
  • I sometimes worry about losing my job because of office politics.
  • Sometimes I don't feel able to handle all my work responsibilities.

How are SJTs formulated?

The scenarios presented on SJTs always ask for a resolution of a given conflict which, although being hypothetical, might very much rely on, or represent, realistic situations that occur in a workplace. You will then be asked to choose a preferred method of action out of a number of possible options. The conflict/scenario may involve supervisor-subordinate relationships, stress and disagreement between work colleagues, etc. The situations described may vary according to the role one is applying for. Managers, police officers, sales representatives, etc. are all likely to receive different questionnaires, as they are being evaluated for specific traits and aptitudes. You are encouraged to choose your responses spontaneously, based on intuition; however, analyzing the scenarios and choosing responses that highlight your skills will allow you to better present yourself on the test.

What questions do the Snapsheet representatives ask in a phone interview?

After you have uploaded your résumé and cover letter onto the Snapsheet's website, you will have a phone interview with its Human Resources manager who will ask you questions mostly about your education, working experience, and career goals. You may also discuss the company’s business objectives, your future duties, and benefits you will be given, if you qualify for the position. If your phone interview goes well, you will receive a link to the online test that you need to pass in order to move to the next stage in the hiring process.


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