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Please note, the Aer Lingus Cut-E Style PrepPack™ provides preparation materials for the following test sections: verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, applied numeracy (math) and personality/behavioural test.
The Aer Lingus assessment tests often include the following tests:
Please note, the Aer Lingus Cut-E Style PrepPack™ provides preparation materials for the following test sections: verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, applied numeracy (math) and personality/behavioural test. The preparation does not include the following test sections: spatial awareness, complex control, monitoring ability or multi-tasking.
Competition in the labour market has lately been getting more and more fierce. More and more people have been enhancing expertise in their fields, raising the bar for all job applicants. Pre-employment tests have also become more difficult, as a result. Passing them now cannot be done impromptu. You should study hard if you want to receive high scores and become employed. At JobTestPrep, we have put forth an all-out effort to facilitate your learning process and bring you to successful completion of your assessment. Our sophisticated resources will sharpen your knowledge and skills and will help you shoot ahead of your competitors. Increase your chances of receiving a wished-for job offer by practising with JobTestPrep’s tests, drills, and study guides.
If you manage to successfully pass the online tests, you will be invited to an Aer Lingus interview. This interview usually lasts about 45 minutes. Interviews can be the most nerve-wracking part of the process, but preparation is key to helping you stay calm and focused. With the help of our Interview PrepPack™, you can ensure a stellar performance during your interview.
Some employers have come to the conclusion that applicants’ personality and professionalism do not shine sufficiently through in interviews and even on tests. To help them demonstrate their talents more expressly and fully, many companies have opened an assessment center, where they test job candidates’ suitability for an advertised position by a combination of tasks and activities. Employers believe that assessment centres allow applicants to show a wider scope of talents than revealed on tests or during interviews. Events hosted at such assessment centres are of various lengths, ranging from half a day to two days. With many prospective employees invited to pre-employment events, job candidates for a position are usually grouped with their competitors and evaluated against their performance. There are several eliminations done during the event so that not all job candidates arrive to the final stage of the assessment involving an interview with the higher management of the company. Only those job candidates who convincingly demonstrated adaptability, analytical thinking, commercial awareness, and leadership are usually invited for the final interview that often culminates in a job offer.
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 behavioural 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 Aer Lingus 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 favoured.
A panel interview is a part of the Aer Lingus's face-to-face interview that usually takes place in one of its locations. Unlike other in-person interviews during which you talk to one or maximum two recruiters, the panel interview presupposes an interview with four or five people simultaneously. Usually, you will have a conversation with a Human Resources representative, with managers of several departments, your prospective managers, and team leaders. Questions asked in the panel interview are usually competency-based. But you can also expect situational questions, in answering which you will need to describe a situation where you encountered and successfully solved a problem by taking certain actions. If you apply for a technical position, you may also be asked technical questions aimed to evaluate your professionalism. The panel interview may last up to several hours.
The length of an event at an assessment centre varies from company to company. Some companies invite job candidates to their assessment centres for several hours, letting them go home in the afternoon; some organize more prolonged events that require applicants’ presence at the assessment centre for two full days. When you are invited for two days, you will be provided with accommodation in a nearby hotel. Bear in mind, however, that if you are asked to come for a full day or for two days to the company’s assessment center, this does not mean that you will stay till the end. Pre-employment events have many stages, after each of which less successful candidates become eliminated and sent home. Only most suitable applicants remain at the assessment centre until the closure of the event and have a final interview with the company’s high managers.
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