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Insider Information from One of Our Customers

'The hardest part of the interview was the excel test as I did not expect that the Excel functions will be disabled.'

Caroline F., Senior Analyst position

 

About JobTestPrep’s United Airlines Packs

JobTestPrep makes preparing for United Airlines easy. Our PrepPacks™ include a variety of preparation materials such as practice tests that can be taken in real-time simulation mode (to reflect similar test conditions) or step-by-step mode, detailed answer explanations, study guides, and score reports. Some PrepPacks™ even contain interview preparation resources, including video interview practice! Start practicing today to ensure your success with United Airlines, part of United Continental Holdings. 


United Airlines Assessment Tests

During United Airlines hiring process, you will likely encounter several assessments and interviews, depending on the position you applied for. For example, for pilot positions, you will probably go through technical, logical, and personality tests. For flight attendant positions, you will need to take an online behavioral assessment, and if you pass it with success, you will face several challenging interviews. Start preparing for United's assessments and interviews with JobTestPrep's practice materials and get the edge you need to succeed.


United Airlines Excel Test

Depending on the position you are applying for you may be required to complete an Excel exam. The test is challenging and demands thorough understanding of Excel formulas. The Excel test is a  spreadsheet with 3 worksheets; a data source and two related question sheets. You have to convert sales to a single currency, and provide a total and then compute which location has the least sales. However, the sort and filter options in Excel are disabled. So formulas have to be employed to get the desired result.

For example, you may be given a data source with sales from all of United locations, in the various currency and asked to sum the total in USD. You are required to convert the currency to US$, and total the amount. However, you cannot use the excel functions to do this. 

 

Online Preparation for the United Assessment Tests

Our wide range of pre-assessment practice materials have been designed with your success in mind. Sharpen the skills you need to pass your United Airlines assessment test using our in-depth practice tests and study guides. Not only will you heighten your confidence in taking the United Airlines assessment, you will also boost your probability of success.

 

United Airlines Interview

United Airlines has a multi-step interview process, which consists of several types of interviews. 

The first round of interviews can be a phone interview, video interview, or a combination of the two. The phone interview is just as it sounds—you are called and asked a number of basic questions (availability, salary requirements, experience, etc.). The video interview is set up so that you receive the interview questions via email, but instead of talking and interacting with a person, you record your interview answers on the computer and then submit them to the recruiter.

If you pass the application and phone/video interview successfully, you will then be invited to attend a face-to-face interview. United Airlines recommends that you answer interview questions using the STAR method to ensure that you answer deliberately and effectively.

Some interview questions that have been asked in the past are:

  • Describe a process that you were involved in that did not work?
  • Why do you want to work for United?

JobTestPrep can help you prepare for various interviews with our Pilot PrepPack, start practicing today to ensure your interview success!


United Airlines Careers and Salaries

It's important to note that each job position and career at United Airlines entails different responsibilities, but all positions follow United's general hiring requirements and process, mission statement, and values. Some of the job opportunities at United Airlines are:

  • Pilot (typically makes about $120,000 per year)
  • Flight Attendant (typically makes about $56,000 per year)
  • Analyst (typically makes about $80,000 per year)
  • Senior Analyst (typically makes about $90,000 per year)
  • Manager (typically makes about $105,000 per year)
  • Customer Service (typically makes about $33,000 per year)
  • Ramp Agent (typically makes about $35,000 per year)

Regardless of the United Airlines job position you're after, JobTestPrep has the resources to help. Start practicing today to ensure your success!


How Is United Airlines Personality Test Evaluated?

When completing a personality test it is important you understand the nature of this test. The purpose of this assessment is to establish based on your personality and behavioral style if you will do the job, if you can do the work, and if you would actually fit the position. The questions will target work-related activities such as managing stakeholders, working in groups, complying with regulations, problem-solving, leadership skills, coping with pressure and stress. You should also determine which personality traits are important for United Airlines and for your desired position. For example, an HR manager’s scores are supposed to reflect her communication and organizational skills, whereas for a sales position, a competitive and initiative nature is favored.

How Should I Prepare For United Airlines Online Tests?

JobTestPrep is dedicated to offering high-quality services to prepare you for your upcoming online aptitude tests and interviews. Start practicing now with our practice tests and improve your chances of being selected to work at United Airlines.

Why Should I Prepare for the Pre-employment Assessment at the United Airlines?

Job market is highly competitive now. With more and more experts vying for a position in every field, being hired becomes increasingly difficult. Companies now can allow themselves to be choosy and hire only the best representatives in their professions. To make the most precise evaluation of job candidates, most of pre-employment assessments have been made intricate and difficult. Passing them is no easy feat. Job applicants must prepare for their tests if they want to land a job in the United Airlines. Without preparation, their chances of scoring high on the United Airlines's test are slim. JobTestPrep can enhance your skills and cognitive abilities so well that you will pass your exam with no trouble. Practice with our comprehensive PrepPack™ and leave your competitors behind.

 

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