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JobTestPrep’s CRH Technical Tests

JobTestPrep's Technical Test Practice has been developed to prepare you for your assessment. In the pack you get a multitude of different types of tests, ranging from numerical and verbal reasoning, to spatial and diagrammatic thinking tests. It is an ideal pack for those who are being tested for a position in energy/utilities, motoring or manufacturing industries.


CRH Interview Structure

The interview process for many companies has become very involved in the last decade or so. You will be met with a series of interviews, whether they be held over the phone, via video, one-on-one, or face-to-face with a panel or group. You should be prepared for each type of interview as well as the types of questions you will encounter during each in order to successfully pass the process.


CRH Assessment Centre

The aim of the CRH assessment centre is to be as objective as possible in evaluating a candidate’s suitability for the position being offered. This means that you and the other applicants will be evaluated by many people over the course of the day. This in turn lowers the chance of bias on the part of your CRH assessors.

Along with the workplace assessments, you will also be observed on your ability to communicate clearly and efficiently, as well as on your ability to engage in teamwork. Be prepared to spend the day at the assessment centre since these events typically last from 4 to 8 hours.


What Scoring Method Is Used on the Verbal Reasoning Test?

The Verbal Reasoning Test is scored as the majority of pre-employment tests are scored these days. Your score is not counted by the number of the questions you answered correctly. Your Verbal Reasoning Test is rather evaluated relative to the results of other applicants who are applying for positions similar to yours or who are already doing the job for which you applied. Weighing your results against those of other candidates allows employers to choose the best candidates in the existing applicant pool. Yet while employers can only benefit from this scoring method, it may cost applicants a position. The problem is that even if you receive an objectively high score on your Verbal Reasoning Test, such as 92%, for example, it may appear insufficient when compared to scores of other applicants who did better. If other jobs candidates get 93% on the Verbal Reasoning Test, your score will be considered low. Because your success on the pre-employment test hinges so conspicuously on the scores of others, it is essential to outdo them on the exam. Practice will make this possible. Study with our exclusive resources and make other candidates look less successful by comparison.

How Is the Verbal Test Scored?

No consideration is given to how many questions on the Verbal Reasoning Test applicants answer correctly, when their final score is counted. Rather, their final scores are calculated in relation to the scores of other candidates vying for similar positions. This means that even if your objectively measured raw score is high, it still may be considered low, when measured against the scores of other test takers. If you answered 92% of answers on the Verbal Reasoning Test correctly and the majority of other applicants got 94% of them right, your score will not be enough to recommend you for the applied position. It is crucial, therefore, to prepare for the Verbal Reasoning Test before you go to your pre-employment assessment. Study with JobTestPrep’s resources and outperform other applicants for the position.

What Questions Are Posed on the Numerical Test?

There are different types of questions on the Numerical Reasoning Test. The most common type is the Word Problems Test. On this test, you will be given the description of a situation involving people who either buy some goods for a specified price or provide some services and ask certain amounts of money for them. Your task is to calculate how much money these people either spend or receive. You may need to work with full numbers, decimals, and fractions.

 

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