**Arbel, P&G Online Assessment expert at JobTestPrep.**

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The P&G Assessment Test is a series of tests that P&G candidates must pass to be considered for a position. The assessment includes three interactive gamified challenges and the PEAK Performance Assessment that examines aspects of your personality and behavior.

Some of the challenges are **adaptive tests**, meaning that the difficulty of the questions adapts based on if you got the question right or wrong. The more high level questions you get right, the better your chances of acing the test!

Let's have a look at a summary of the different sections. **Click on the name of the test to go directly to its sample question:**

Name of Test |
Time |
Adaptive |
Main Skill Tested |
Interactive |

PEAK Assessment | 20 minutes | No | Background and Experiences |
No |

Switch Challenge Test | 6 minutes | Yes | Logical Reasoning | Yes |

Digit Challenge Test | 5 minutes | Yes | Calculation Skills and Numerical Reasoning |
Yes |

Grid Challenge Test | 9 minutes | No | Memory Tasks and Spatial Reasoning |
Yes |

Check out our P&G assessment test video to hear more about the test, and to go over sample questions for each section of the test including the switch challenge test.

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P&G Online Assessment Free Practice

Below you will find interactive, free practice questions for the P&G Online Assessment, including the Switch Challenge, the Digit Challenge, the Grid Challenge, and PEAK. Let's dive in and see what this assessment is all about:

The AON deductive-logical reasoning test, also known as the Switch Challenge, measures your ability to identify patterns and deduce rules from them. In each task, there are four symbols that change position according to a specific rule. Your job is to **choose the correct operator** (out of three or more alternatives) that changed the order of the symbols according to that rule.

In this section, you will have five minutes to answer as many questions as possible.

**Sound complicated?** Take a look at this question from our PrepPack™:

Answer & Explanation

**The correct answer is (4132). **

In this question, there are two rows of symbols and a missing operator. The operator changes the order of the symbols in the upper row to a new order in the lower row. The digits of the operator represent the symbol according to its position in the upper row before it was changed by the operator.

Take a look at the first operator – (2314). The first digit is 2. If that is the right operator, that means that the second shape on the top row – the purple triangle – should become the first shape on the bottom row.

But as we can see, the first shape on the bottom row is the pink rhombus. Now we can know that **the first operator is not the correct answer,** and we can rule out this option.

Now, take a look at the last operator (4312). The first digit is 4, which means that if this operator is the correct one, the last symbol on the top row – the pink rhombus – should become the first symbol on the bottom row. And that’s true!

But note, you cannot be sure this is the correct answer as long as you don’t check the other digits (or rule out the middle operator). This case is a bit tricky, as the second and third operators begin with the same digit.

If we continue with the third operator, and check the next digit, 3, we can see that this operator is not the right one. If it were the right operator, we’d expect the yellow hexagon to appear as the second symbol on the bottom row.

Now, at first glance, these questions might look like a no-brainer. Well, they are not.

With a tight time limit and increasingly difficult questions, you will need to practice to get a good score. A LOT.

Take a look at a more difficult question:

Answer

**The right operator is (4231)**

You can find the full explanation (along with harder questions) in our full PrepPack™

**Did You Manage to Spot the Correct Operator?**

The best tip I can give you to help you improve your Switch Challenge skills is to** practice different levels with the same time limit as the actual test.**

As put by one of our customers:

This section of the Procter and Gamble Assessment examines your ability to **perform numerical calculations quickly and accurately**.

You will be given an equation with missing numbers, and your task will be to find a combination of digits to replace the empty spaces and make the equation correct.

Take a look at this sample question:

Check out the full explanation here

Take notice of the order of operations, or BODMAS (Brackets, Orders, Division and Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction). Therefore, you should start with multiplication by thinking about the numbers that will best advance you toward the predefined result. The quotient of the first two digits must be lower than 27, because you need to be able to add two digits later.

For instance, if you choose 4 and 5, you’ll get 4*5=20.

Then, you’ll need to find the other digits that’ll get you to 27. That is, two digits with a sum of 7 (the difference between 27 and 20).

**Note**: you can’t use the previously used digits (in our case, 4 and 5).

Therefore, A possible correct answer is (4*5)+6+1.

Of course, there are other combinations of digits that’ll get you the correct result, and as long as you answer correctly, there is no difference between them.

Keep in mind that in the most difficult levels, you may get a calculation of more than 500, for example (_ * _ * _ ) - 2 = 502 (the answer is "7", "8", "9").

If so, to ace this part of the test, you will need to know the multiplication table perfectly, and also to use the calculator **correctly and quickly. ** The** time limit is five minutes**, and you need to answer as many questions as you can.

In our PrepPack, you will find more tips and hacks to help you solve the more complicated questions, as well as unlimited Digit Challenge questions with a time limit, just like the real thing.

The P&G Grid Challenge is a unique spatial reasoning test that measures your short-term memory, cognitive ability, and spatial orientation skills.

The questions on this challenge are a mix of both spatial and memory tasks. Let's go through how this challenging test works:

1. Each question begins with a grid - a map of dots. One of the dots will light up and you will have just a few seconds to memorize its position:

2. Following this question, the grid disappears, and you are presented with a spatial orientation question. There are three types of spatial orientation questions: **Symmetrical**, **Rotation** and **Combination**.

3. Take a look at this symmetrical question - now you need to quickly determine whether the right and left grids are symmetrical:

4. Then, you will see the same grid that you saw at the beginning of the question, only now a different dot will light up and you will need to memorize it (while remembering the location of the dot that appeared earlier).

5. Again, the grid disappears, and you will be presented with a different spatial orientation question.

6. And again, the grid comes back with another dot that lights up.

7. Again, another "is it symmetrical" question:

8. At the end of the question, you’ll be presented with the initial grid, and you will need to click on the dots that appeared throughout the entire question:

**Important note:** the number of memorization sections can range from two to five (the same is true for the number of spatial orientation questions).

The PEAK assessment is a Situational Judgement Test (SJT) that helps employers better understand your **compatibility with the company** and your prospective position.

While this test is not timed, the candidate generally needs about 20 minutes to finish it.

On the PEAK Performance Assessment, you will face two kinds of questions – **multiple choice questions** and **rating questions**:

The rating questions are fairly simple - In these questions, you are presented with statements that you need to rate:

- Very Untrue.
- Somewhat Untrue.
- Somewhat True.
- Very True.

Each multiple-choice question will be presented with a scenario and four options on how to proceed. Let’s see an example from our PrepPack:

*You are writing a performance evaluation for Janet, your team supervisor . Which of the following should you avoid doing during the review?*

**Pro Tip**: While taking situational judgment tests, it is essential to consider Procter and Gamble’s PEAK Performance Factors, which are defined by** P&G's integrity-driven PVP** (Purpose, Values, and Principles).

These factors are as follows:

**Lead with courage.****Innovate for growth.****Champion productivity.****Execute with excellence.****Bring out your best.**

The P&G Online Assessment includes tests unlike any you have met before, and encountering them on the day of the actual assessment can be overwhelming and damage your score. To make sure you take the deciding test calm and well-prepared,** accurate practice is the only way to go**.

With 30 years of experience and expertise, we have created the ultimate Prep Pack which will allow you to stand out from the competition and land that job.

The P&G Virtual Job Preview Test is a six-section test that measures **prior sales experience** and takes about 60 minutes to complete.

This test is not part of the regular P&G exam and is mainly used for applicants that apply for sales positions that require previous experience.

The six sections of the test:

**Part 1:** Situations with customers and colleagues.**Part 2:** Stats and sales analysis.**Part 3:** Calendar management.**Part 4:** Personality analysis.**Part 5:** History and background.**Part 6:** Communication with colleagues.

Press to see more information about the P&G Virtual Job Preview Test.

**Click here to go to our main AON page.**

The P&G Candidate Assessment is unlike any other pre-employment assessment test.

Here are some unique characteristics of the test:

**The Test Is Adaptive.**The better you are, the harder it gets. That means it is super important to**ace the first questions**of every reasoning test you’re taking - once you get a question wrong, you are demoted to less difficult questions.**Tight Time Limit.**You need to answer**correctly****and****fast**. The Switch and Digit challenges are limited to 5 minutes, during which you’ll be required to answer as many questions as you can.**Unique Question Types –**These questions do not resemble anything you’ve encountered in high school, college, or even other psychometric tests. The solving techniques are different and you need to know how to approach every question correctly.

Our test experts developed a product that provides you with everything you need to prepare for what's coming your way.

- The timed practice tests will make you sharp and quick.
- The accurate preparation material will get you familiarized with the format and structure of all P&G assessment questions.
- We offer the only gamified P&G online preparation that allows you to practice infinite questions.

Our goal is to help you learn how to crack the P&G online assessment, so you can achieve high scores, and eventually get hired.

The P&G recruitment process could be a bit exhausting. Therefore, each step needs to be considered carefully and delicately to help you beat the competition:**1. Online Application Process**

The first step of the P&G hiring process is filling out the Online Application Form which you can find by submitting a request in the P&G careers (258) area.

This is your chance to show off your strengths, and highlight skills relevant to the position you are applying for.

Read the job requirements and skills needed carefully, and answer the questionnaire accordingly.

**2. Online Assessment Test**

After submitting the online application form, you should receive an invitation to take one or more of the P&G online aptitude tests.

**It is essential to practice for this step with accurate prep material**. Unfortunately, the internet is packed with practice questions that are not similar to the actual exam.

**3. P&G interview**

The Procter and Gamble final interview stage is the final step of the hiring process, just before the job offer. It is your chance to demonstrate every skill relevant to the position and to ask questions about the position, managers, culture, values, etc.

The P&G interview could be a panel or one-on-one interview and could be held via phone or online (that varies between countries).

**4. Job Offer**

Click here for more info about the hiring process.

Recruitment Process: P&G Online Assessment Tests and Interview

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