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About JobTestPrep’s Australia Government Revelian Packs

Do you have what it takes to pass the Australia Government recruitment process? Our packs have been developed to increase your understanding of the subject matter and boost your confidence before sending out your CV.

 

"Great tool for someone who ***Never*** experienced aptitude tests before. Your online tests helped me get prepared and I passed my exams and secured my job. Thank you so much!."

Karolina T., applicant for a Managerial position at AG

 

  • 84% of JobTestPrep AG applicant prepare to their assessment with the Revelian-style pack
  • 82% of them practice the SJT pack too 

Australian Government Revelian-Style Tests

The Revelian Cognitive Ability Test (formerly Onetest), also known as the RCAT, is a 51-question, 20-minute exam features:

  • The test consists of 3 types of questions: numerical, verbal, logical, and abstract reasoning.
  • The questions increase in difficulty as the test taker progresses.
  • There is a broad range of question types and difficulty levels, meaning that this test is used to assess applicants for a wide variety of positions.

 

The Best Way to Prepare for Your Australia Government Revelian Tests

Pre-employment tests have become more difficult and passing them now cannot be done impromptu. You should study hard if you want to become an Australia government worker. We have put forth an all-out effort to facilitate your learning process and bring you to successful completion of your assessment. JobTestPrep sophisticated resources will sharpen your skills and will help you shoot ahead of your competitors. Maximise your chances of receiving a wished-for job offer by practicing with JobTestPrep’s packs.

 

Australia Government Interview

You should be ready to participate in Australia Government’s telephone, video, and in-person interviews. You can encounter interviews as part of the pre-screening process, the hiring process, and the assessment centre. Initial interviews allow you to elaborate on your CV and you should take this chance to stress the experiences and skills that make you qualified for your desired position. The majority of the interviews, however, have competency-based questions which you should answer by providing examples of past experiences demonstrating your aptitude for the job. Interviews can also include riddles, role-plays and assessment tests.


The Assessment Day

Many employers consider interviewing applicants an insufficient means of determining their suitability for a position. Even pre-employment testing, a popular way of sifting through applicants, does not guarantee that the right person will be hired. What 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. While performing different activities, job applicants are expected to show such traits as:

  • Adaptability
  • Analytical thinking
  • Commercial awareness
  • Creativity
  • Leadership
  • A good time management 

Frequently Asked Questions by Australia Government Candidates

How is the AG Verbal Reasoning Test Scored?

Most of the Verbal Reasoning tests do not have a predetermined passing score. Your score is calculated in relation to the scores of other applicants who are vying for similar positions. The number of your correct answers, called raw score, is compared to raw scores of people applying for a position in your area. Such a calculating method can sometimes be disadvantageous, since your correct answers would not necessary bespeak good results. Even if you answer correctly 27 out of 30 questions, your test will not be deemed successful, if it turns out that other job candidates answered 29 questions correctly. If most of the test takers get more questions right than you do, this means that your score on the Verbal Reasoning Test is lower than the average result of your competitors.

How Can JobTestPrep Help to Prepare for my Australia Government 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.

What Types of Assessment Tests Can I Encounter in Australia Government’s Hiring Process?

The number and the types of assessments depend on the role you are applying to. Typically, you should be prepared to complete Revelian numerical, verbal and abstract reasoning tests. Once you have successfully passed these assessments you can be requested to take a further test to verify your original result. This can be part of the final stage of your recruitment process. The key to achieve outstanding results in your tests is practice, practice and more practice. JobTestPrep Revelian-Style Tests, study guides, score reports can make a real difference in your preparation process. Make the most of your time by utilizing our tailored Packs.

 

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