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What's Included

  • 1 full-length SHL-style verify calculation practice test
  • 6 full-length SHL-style numerical reasoning practice tests - graduate
  • 3 full-length SHL-style verbal analysis practice tests
  • 4 full-length SHL-style verbal reasoning practice tests
  • 2 SHL-style deductive reasoning tests
  • 5 graduate situational judgement tests
  • 6 management situational judgement tests
  • 1 full-length personality test
  • 11 figural SHL-style next in series drills
  • 5 SHL-style checking drills
  • 1 interview preparation
  • 20 study guides and video tutorials
  • Money back guarantee – see terms and conditions


About

This PrepPack™ has SHL-style numerical, deductive, verbal and personality tests, SJT's, an interview preparation, tutorials and guides.

 

Prepare for Your Assessment Centre

To ensure you are ready for the Barclay assessment centre, we recommend using our PrepPack™. It has a variety of different and innovative exercises to give you the best preparation possible for your big day. Get practising today to give yourself the best chance of success.

 

Getting to the Barclays Assessment Centre

The Barclays assessment centre is the final stage in the Barclays hiring process. If you are successful during your phone interview, you will be contacted by the Barclays recruitment office to arrange an assessment day. This is a full day of activities; You will be assessed throughout the day on your relevant skills and competencies. 


Barclays Numerical Test

This numerical test is very similar to the one you have already taken in the online testing stage of the hiring process. It is provided by SHL and the purpose of the test is to verify the scores from your previous test. In this test, you are given 35 questions to answer in 35 minutes. Some of the questions are more difficult than those which you encountered on the first set.


Barclays Logical Reasoning test

You might be asked to sit a logical, or inductive, test. The questions measure how you detect and predict patterns. If you have received an invitation to the Barclays numerical reasoning test, you will not receive an invitation to sit this test.


Barclays SJT

The Barclays situational judgement test, also known as SJT, contains a series of workplace-based situations. Your task is to select the most appropriate response (in your opinion) to each scenario. The aim of this test is to assess whether you represent Barclays’ values and the skills needed for the applied position. This exam has been specially designed for Barclays. In order to get ready, read about the company’s values and your job description.


Barclays Verbal Test

This exam evaluates your grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension and other language-related skills.


Group Exercise

In this Barclays assessment, you will be grouped with other candidates and briefed about a situation which you must manage as a group, such as one company which wants to merge with another company. You must complete a cost-benefit analysis, as well as answer a number of other points that need to be addressed within a 90-minute time frame. Throughout the 90 minute exercise, you are given additional information on more options to discuss. Something to bear in mind during this exercise is that time is taken off at certain points throughout proceedings. In addition, prepare notes for a 10-minute presentation, which each candidate will give afterwards. Find out how to best showcase your skills during the group exercise.


Barclays Presentation Exercise

Following the group exercise, each of the groups will get a chance to present some of their findings. Following the presentations, there is a 15-minute question and answer session with all the candidates in your group. Make sure that you take part in this session, as it is impossible to be assessed if you don't express yourself. Find out more about presentations here.


Barclays Interview

There are two separate interviews that take place in the assessment centre. The first interview is similar to the Barclays telephone interview. The second interview has a more technical nature. The interviewer asks questions relating to the information found on your CV and you must explain the details you have written and give full examples of any previous job experience you have had. In addition, you are asked a variety of brain-teasing questions such as to calculate 2×2×2×2×2 as well as some other maths based problems such as working out probabilities. For helpful tips and practice, see our interview preparation pack.

 

Come Prepared

In this article, we have outlined what you can expect during your day spent at the Barclays assessment centre. By practising your skills in numerical reasoning skills, interview techniques and presentation abilities, you will feel confident in your abilities in the assessment centre. We hope that you have found the information on this page informative and helpful and look forward to helping you throughout the application process. Good luck! 

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