Take a look at the TARGETjobs article The graduate job hunter’s guide to gamification. Recruiters such as Citi, Network Rail and Vodafone are using it as part of their selection processes. Read why they’re using it and how you can succeed.
efc – efinancialcareers – have some examples of four questions from finance firms’ psychometric test providers. Apparently without using a calculator, you should be able to answer these questions in ‘well under five minutes’. It’s said that the actual tests are much harder!
Scary thought? Take at look at the information to help you on our website where you can find some practice tests and useful tips. Remember you can always come and talk to your Placement Adviser or Careers Consultant.
Why should you take the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT)?
- It could lead to a job or internship in the finance industry
- It will help you to evaluate your skills
- It’s a great addition to your CV
- It’s open to all student and recent graduates – all levels and disciplines
- It’s free!
Open to all students – but particularly those who are interested in working in the finance sector.
you may decide you would like some help from the PCC. So, get in touch.
How do you find our contact details? Look at www.brunel.ac.uk/services/pcc/contact-us/people or call the Careers Team on 01895 266840 or the Placement Team on 01895 266841.
SSTs are designed to assess the core strengths that are needed to work in a placement or graduate role with a particular recruiter. The test presents a series of scenarios that you are likely to encounter on a regular basis and looks at how you would respond to these, asking you to select from a list of multiple options.
Get some practice:
Recent Brunel graduate? You can get help from the PDC for up to two years after graduation though it’s best to get in touch with us sooner rather than later to maximise the help we can give you.
Consultants can talk to you about your career options, check applications, give you interview advice, and more…