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Provides detailed overviews on the different types of selection tests commonly used by graduate recruiters, (numeracy, verbal, logical, diagrammatic, critical thinking, situational judgement, gamification etc.), with tips / advice on preparation plus a range of free sample tests*.
A series of short YouTube videos created by senior UCL Careers Consultants, covering key topics such as CVs, video interviews, cover letters, career motivation, postgraduate study and many more. Subscribe to the channel for regular updates.
Provides free practice resources for many types of aptitude tests, including numerical and verbal reasoning, situational judgment, critical thinking/Watson Glaser, spatial reasoning, and more. Although the website sells tests some tests and example questions are available for free.
A guide from TARGETjobs on the use of online games as part of the graduate recruitment process. The guide includes information about the type of employers using gamification, and tips on what to expect how to tackle game-based assessments.
Information about interviews, assessment days and application procedures for major firms (look under the "Careers Advice" section for industry our aptitude test resources).
Test Partnership is a psychometric test publisher. Their website includes a range of free practice tests for candidates. It also includes guidance for employers on how the tests work which candidates can use to their advantage.
Guidance for job candidates asked to complete an online test as part of the recruitment process.
A helpsheet on what to expect and how to prepare yourself for psychometric tests including aptitude tests, personality questionnaires, situational judgement tests which can be used by employers to examine your suitability for a particular role. (Published by The Careers Group, University of London).
The practice psychometric test provider, AssessmentDay have conduced a survey of students and job seekers to gain feedback on their assessment experiences.
Practice tests for numerical reasoning, verbal reasoning, diagrammatic reasoning and situational judgement. Tests are timed and detailed feedback is given, including the answers to questions you got wrong with explanations.