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Deloitte Application Process

The Deloitte application process has a number of different sections including the Deloitte application for, online tests, interviews, and assessment centre. Learn more about these new exercises and how to prepare below. Below you will find details about the assessments you can expect at each stage. You may experience some variation, especially in professional hires recruitment processes.

Deloitte Competencies

Throughout the recruitment process, your aim should be to ensure that you reference the attributes Deloitte is looking for in each of its applicants. For example, as part of your Deloitte application, you may be asked to write 100 words in bullet points why you want to work for Deloitte. These questions are motivationally based but you must include a reason why you want to work there. What this means is that you have to incorporate your answers with the Deloitte key competencies.

These competencies are:

  • Communication 
  • Achievement of goals
  • Commercial awareness
  • Career motivation 
  • Planning and organisational skills
  • Adaptability
  • Problem-solving 

Deloitte Online Application Form

The Deloitte online application form is your opportunity to introduce yourself to the recruiters. You are asked to give information about your education, career motivation, and work experience. Make sure that you fill in every section and that you provide enough information for each new question. However, remember to keep the information relevant.
Before you start filling in the form, ensure that you fulfil the academic and other entry requirements. For example, for a graduate position, you need to have graduated within the last few years, and you must also have at least one month’s work experience, paid or unpaid, in any field. Don’t forget to save a copy of your application before you submit it as you should review it before every interview you have.
For some applications, particularly experienced hires, you may be required to submit your CV. Before submitting, tailor your CV to Deloitte and the position that you are applying for.

Deloitte Online Assessments

For some roles, you may be required to take one or more of the Deloitte online assessment tests. These tests are psychometric or skills based tests depending on the position you are applying for.

The Deloitte assessment tests you will be required to take may include:

  • The Deloitte Immersive Online Assessments - After you have completed the online application form you will be asked to take the Deloitte tests. In this Deloitte online test, you will be presented with photographs and situations that you may face in your work for Deloitte. There are five different responses available and you have to decide how you would respond for each of the scenarios.
  • The Deloitte CAPP (also known as Cappfinity) test - You may also be asked to take a numerical and verbal test that is provided by CAPP. What is unique about these tests is that they are without a time limit. Whilst this isn’t strange in situational judgement tests, it is so for numerical and verbal tests.
  • The Deloitte numerical test - Deloitte's numerical reasoning test is provided by Pearson, This test has 21 questions to answer in 30 minutes, and is slightly more difficult than some of the other tests you may be required to pass.
  • The Deloitte critical reasoning test -  Deloitte's critical reasoning tests, also known as Watson Glaser test is composed of 40 question and has a 30-minute time limit. The test is designed to assess your critical thinking abilities against five components.

Deloitte Online Assessment Tips

To answer the questions on the tests, you must be able to pull the appropriate information out of the data, as well as to make basic calculations and work with decimals, fractions, and percentages. The free response questions require you to be able to work out the answers accurately without any help. You may use a calculator to help you solve the questions. The test is timed, creating pressure on you to work quickly and accurately through each question in order to get a good score.

The right kind of preparation is important for this test, especially to familiarise yourself with the subtle differences between this test and any other numerical tests you may have taken. Taking practice tests allows you to learn your strengths and weaknesses, how long you need to answer each question, and what information is required to answer them. Knowing all of these things adds up to a better score on test day.

The Deloitte E-Tray Exercise

Once you have successfully completed the Deloitte online tests, you will be sent an invitation to do the Deloitte e-tray exercise. You may be asked to come to one of their offices but in the main, they have moved away from this and you will now only get this test online. For a complete rundown on this exercise click here.

Deloitte Service Line Questionnaire

In addition to this e-tray exercise, Deloitte graduate programme applicants will be sent a number of questions, known as the Deloitte service line questionnaire. It is not part of the screening process, but it's an opportunity to select the right course for you. The aim of the Service Line Questionnaire is to help Deloitte know more about your career and qualification interests, as well as where to put you for the interview. This test is not scored, and once you have finished this stage you will move on to the second stage of the application process, the Deloitte interview stage.


Prepare for the Deloitte Online Tests

If you are looking to Deloitte practice tests and learn how to answer the questions, it’s important you know what this Deloitte online test is looking for. Learn how to do so with our specially created pack available from this page.


The Deloitte Interview Stage

There are two interviews in this stage of the process. The first Deloitte interview will be solely competency based and will last for about an hour. This will take place in one of the Deloitte offices but in some cases, it may take the form of a telephone interview. This interview will give you information on the actual job you have applied for as well as the culture of the office. For more information about this interview and other stages of the Deloitte assessment centre please see our assessment centre page

Deloitte Assessment Centre and Final Interview

There are a number of different stages for this stage of the application and you can find out more on the Deloitte interview page.

Prepare for the Deloitte Online Assessments

Ensure you are fully prepared for every stage of the process with JobTestPrep and stand out from the crowd. We hope you enjoy using our services and look forward to having you on board.


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