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JobTestPrep’s Cambridge Consultants PrepPacks™

Cambridge Consultants's recruitment process is rigorous, but with extensive practice, you can improve your chances of being selected to work there. Start preparing yourself now for your upcoming aptitude tests and interviews with JobTestPrep.

 

Prepare for the Cambridge Consultants Tests

JobTestPrep's mission is to lead job applicants to the successful conclusion of their pre-employment process. Therefore, we possess a rich arsenal of generic tests, each of which targets different cognitive abilities and professional skills. Even if you see your test for the first time on your pre-employment assessment, you will know how to answer its questions. Our carefully selected resources will improve your numerical and verbal skills, your visual accuracy, and reasoning so well that you will pass your pre-employment assessment at the company with an unqualified success.

 

Cambridge Consultants Interview

If you manage to successfully pass the online tests, you will be invited to a Cambridge Consultants 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.


Cambridge Consultants Assessment Centre

An assessment centre may be the final stage of your application process. The assessment day takes place either at the company campus or at a hired venue. You are evaluated by a series of assessment centre exercises, including both individual and group tasks. These exercises may include an aptitude test, a role-play, a case study, a presentation and an interview. This day gives your prospective employer a rounded profile of your competencies and an insight into your performance in the workplace.


Tips for Cambridge Consultants Interview and Case Study

Share your thought process.

As the interview should be a conversation between you and the interviewer, make sure you convey your underlying assumptions and logic.

Calculate quick and accurate

The assessment also involves a section in which the interviewer will request you to perform some basic calculations. This aims to reveal if you can use numbers to swiftly form ideas and steer decisions. Your calculations should not only be accurate, they should be part of the impression you have formed so far.

Don’t get anxious if the solution is not clear at first

It is common, that questions are open to creative approaches as they do not have a specific answer. Also, you should bear in mind it is not required for you to know everything about the company. The purpose of the interview is to assess your thinking and problem-solving skills. Therefore, it is imperative you share your line of thought with the interviewer.

Don’t recycle cases

We include fresh cases—and recent data—frequently, so don’t presume that a scenario that seems familiar, perhaps one assessed by a previous candidate, should be fixed with the same technique. Think independently and make your own decisions.

Arrange your thoughts and draw conclusions from your analysis

At the end of the interview, you should sum up the key hypotheses and ideas you have created. You should finish your summary of a recommended course of action to fix the customer’s problem.

Don’t insist on your solution at all costs

Whilst it is great if you know how to stand up for what you believe, but if your interviewer questions your approach, don’t be afraid to take his or her impression into account before defending your approach.

 

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