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About AIB Group CEB SHL PrepPacks™

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AIB Group CEB SHL Numerical Reasoning-Style Online Tests

In this test, you will encounter numerical data in the form of a table or a graph, followed by multiple-choice questions relating to them. Answering the questions often requires you to show basic math aptitude and to perform calculations involving fractions, percentages, ratios, and conversions.


AIB Group CEB SHL Verbal Reasoning-Style Online Test

For the CEB SHL verbal test, you will read short passages of text and answer questions relating to each passage. Each question will require you to quickly evaluate whether a statement is true, false, or indeterminable based on the text.


AIB Group Inductive Reasoning Logical-Style Online Tests

This is the most common type of logical reasoning test SHL offers, often delivered to candidates applying for graduate, managerial, and executive roles. On this test, you are presented with a series of five objects. Your task is to select the object that would come next in the series from the five available options (just like in the first example above). The test consists of 24 questions to be solved in 25 minutes. It is administered online at the beginning of the recruitment process, along with other CEB SHL-style Verify tests. If you pass the test, you are often invited to an assessment centre, where you are required to sit an additional, shorter verification test. This test is supervised and is designed to substantiate the integrity of your former results. It is, thus, important that you prepare for both tests.


AIB Group OPQ32-Style Online Tests

The test is comprised of a maximum of 104 questions which measure 32 specific personality characteristics. It is highly complex and is administered on a computer. The candidate is presented with a block of four statements and must choose which of the statements best describes him and which of the statements least describes them.


The AIB Group's Microsoft Word Test

These tests are often part of the job recruitment process. They can be taken at any point in the process, although most candidates will take the Microsoft Word test during their interview. The Microsoft Word test measures your ability to complete tasks at various levels and is entirely interactive, attempting to simulate how Word is used in the workplace.


AIB Group Microsoft Excel Assessments

The Microsoft Excel Test – The aim of this test is to estimate job applicants’ mastery of the Excel program on various levels, from basic to an advanced one. The scope of tasks included on the test is wide. Applicants may be asked to perform formatting, editing, protecting cells and rangers, and creating graphs and charts. They also need to show how well they use autofill, add and subtract values, and enter data. The Microsoft Excel Test scores job seekers’ performance in two ways: it either counts the percentage of correct answers or determines their skill level – Beginning, Intermediate, or Advanced. It is an interactive test, on which applicants perform tasks on the screen. They can answer questions using the toolbars, shortcut keys, or menus, depending on a specific task they are performing.

 

Get the Practice You Need for Your AIB Group CEB SHL Test

Many companies and corporations require their recruits to pass often tough assessment tests. With this is mind, JobTestPrep has set out to provide job seekers with the tools they need to pass the exams and successfully advance in the recruitment process. Our specially designed tests cover numerous professional fields and positions and include detailed study guides and answer keys with the goal of helping you sharpen skills and boost confidence. Our job is to help you pass your test successfully and become shortlisted for an interview.

 

AIB Group Interview

Properly preparing for your interview takes more than a quick google search to find top interview questions. There are a number of factors to bear in mind before walking into the face-to-face. Learn all that you can about the company and its culture, take a look at the company’s social media outlets (FB and Twitter) to better get acquainted. Contemplate your skills, accomplishments and prepare numbers and statistics to show off what you have done. Lastly, practice a question and answer period in front of friends or the mirror, so the answers will roll of your tongue during the live interview.


AIB Group Assessment Centre Preparation

Aiming to hire the most professional and knowledgeable people, many employers consider interviewing job applicants an insufficient means of determining their suitability for a position. Even pre-employment testing, a popular way of sifting through job candidates, does not guarantee that the right person will be hired. What largely increases chances of weeding out wrong candidates is a combination of such tasks and activities as group discussions, presentations, role playing, social events, case studies, and psychometric and various written tests. This combination is achieved at assessment centres that host pre-employment events to which prospective employees are invited to demonstrate their professional aptitude individually and in groups. The length of such pre-employment events at assessment centres varies from several hours to a couple of days. While performing different activities, job applicants are expected to show such traits as adaptability, analytical thinking, commercial awareness, creativity, leadership, and good time management. There is strict elimination at every stage of the assessment process, so not every job candidate arrives to the final interview with high managers that, if they are favorably impressed, may bring an invitation to become an employee in their organization.


JobTestPrep Answers Your Frequently Asked Questions

How Can I Score High on My AIB Group Personality Test?

Personality test is a popular tool utilized in recruitment processes. It helps employers filter out applicants whose personal and behavioral style don’t match the company’s values and the position. This means, that although you have obtained the necessary qualification for your desired position you should also show that you are the right fit for this position. To do so, you should determine the appreciated values of your position and of AIB Group and select the answers in a manner that would highlight those traits. If you manage to do so well, your results will reflect that, and you should expect an offer!

How Can JobTestPrep Help to Prepare for my AIB Group Numerical Tests?

Practising is the best way to prepare for any test. This is especially true for numerical reasoning tests where concepts you haven’t used or even seen in years are bound to come up. Numerical reasoning questions are easy to find, but getting the answers to check your work and see where you need improvement is key! Our practice packs include answers and explanations to make sure you are fully prepared for test day. Seeing the questions in the right format can make all difference in your test performance. Explore our numerical test examples to familiarise yourself with the question structure as well as on how to submit your answers. Make sure test day holds no surprises.

What is the AIB Group's panel interview?

A panel interview is a part of the AIB Group'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.

Is It Necessary to Prepare Prior to Taking the AIB Group CEB SHL Test?

Taking the time to familiarise yourself with the structure of the AIB Group CEB SHL is crucial to eliminating the element of surprise. Understanding the structure of the test as well as the appropriate responses will definitely give you a leg up on other candidates who will also be taking the same test. JobTestPrep offers countless useful resources to ensure you are prepared come test day.

How Long Will the AIB Group Recruitment Process Take?

The AIB Group recruitment process can take several weeks. The screening process usually involves an initial phone interview, as well as an assessment centre where you will be met with group exercises, aptitude tests, and a face-to-face interview. Once you have completed all of these steps, the company will contact you as to whether or not you will be offered the position.

Why do some companies invite job applicants to their assessment centres?

Many employers have come to believe that interviewing job candidates does not present them with the full and exact picture of their personalities. Even testing applicants does not always put them in a true light. To increase the precision of their evaluations, many employers have lately started to invite prospective employees to assessment centres, where they take different tests and participate in such activities as group discussions, presentations, role playing, social events, and case studies. The combination of these activities and tests produces a more exact estimation of applicants’ aptitude for a desired position, because involved in so many events at the assessment centre, they can demonstrate more professional traits and more facets of their personalities.

 

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