Aldi Assessment Centre – Graduates & Industrial Placement

The employee assessment process at Aldi is both complex and challenging.

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Aldi Assessment Centre Practice

  • Three Swift Analysis style tests (verbal, numerical & diagrammatic)
  • Four full-length situational judgement tests (one with avatars) + free test with full explanations
  • 23 verbal practice tests, over 480 Q&A
  • 20 numerical practice tests, over 400 Q&A
  • Three diagrammatic practice tests, 100 Q&A
  • Video tutorials and study guides on verbal, numerical, and situatoinal judgement test
  • Group exercises study guides
  • Personality tests theory and practice material
  • Interview preparation guide
  • Detailed explanations, solving strategies and tips
  • Timed tests with score reports
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For many candidates, the Aldi assessment centre is the second stage in the Aldi hiring process. After submitting your application, you will be contacted by Aldi to set up an assessment day. You will participate in several activities at the assessment centre:

Presentation

first activity of the assessment day is an ice breaker. Candidates must introduce themselves with a five-minute presentation in front of a large group. This is your first chance both to meet the other candidates and to impress the assessors, so make sure you come prepared with what you want to say. Get tips and practice your presentation skills to ensure you make an excellent first impression.

Aldi Group Exercise

In this exercise, candidates are split into groups and given a topic for discussion. You are encouraged to come up with a resolution. One subject often picked in Aldi group exercises involves a scenario in which you survive a plane crash. Groups may be asked to debate what items they would take from the airplane following the crash and rank the items according to necessity. Assessors are especially interested in those who show leadership skills, such as leading the discussion (albeit not in an overbearing way), taking notes, or summing up the group's discussion. Aldi puts a big focus on the group exercise as it is a good indicator of your leadership and teamwork skills. Make sure to impress the assessors by practising group exercises beforehand.

Aldi Aptitude Tests

Candidates for area management, industrial placement, and store management will have to take two Aldi aptitude tests during the assessment day. These tests include numerical and verbal reasoning and are the same tests as those taken for graduates and apprentices beforehand.

Aldi Personality Test

All applicants at the assessment day need to sit the Aldi personality test. The purpose of this test is to determine if your personality profile matches the one required for the job. The Aldi personality test contains a series of questions or statements. You must rank yourself in response on a 1-10 scale. The key to succeeding on the personality test is to answer the questions in a way that matches the profile Aldi is searching for. Get to know as many personality questions as you can by practising personality tests.

Q&A Session

The last part of the assessment day is a question and answer session with a panel of Aldi recruiters and employees. This session takes place for each group of candidates separately. During the session you will be able to ask about the job and the Aldi working environment. The panel will also ask questions about the company. It is crucial that you make yourself heard at this stage. Candidates who speak up and answer questions are more likely to advance to the next stage than those who sit quietly.

In Summary

Aldi looks for candidates who are hardworking and committed to the company. The firm receives thousands of applications each year, and competition for positions is high. In order to distance yourself from other applicants, preparing in advance is a must. Leaving ample time to prepare for the assessment process will build your confidence on test day and improve your performance at the Aldi Assessment Centre. JobTestPrep's Assessment Centre practice packs cover every aspect of the assessment process, featuring hundreds of practice questions for you to prepare with. Start studying now and assure your future career.





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