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About Deutsche Telekom PrepPacks™

Our Cut-e-style Online Tests Preparation pack provides you with all the resources you need to prepare for your psychometric tests: an extensive amount of online Cut-e-style practice questions that are specific for graduate level, professional personality tests accompanied by a personalised and detailed report, and a rich collection of study guides and video tutorials.


Deutsche Telekom Cut-e Scales-Style Numerical Reasoning Tests

The Cut-e numerical reasoning test assesses how well candidates retrieve information and draw logical conclusions from numerical data presented in tables and charts. The information is organised in six tabs. Each tab contains a single table or chart, and only one tab is available at a time. Each question presents a statement referring to one of the tabs. Your task is to select the relevant tab, review its contents, and decide whether the statement is true, false, or perhaps the provided information is insufficient to decide either way. Altogether there are 37 statements to be evaluated in 12 minutes, so the time limit is also a factor. In order to succeed in this test, you need to be efficient. Becoming used to scanning through the tabs and evaluating the statements, in addition to rehearsing basic arithmetic, is very important in order to do well in this test. Our practice material provide all this help to improve your skills as you prepare.


Deutsche Telekom Cut-e Scales-Style Verbal Reasoning Tests

Cut-e's verbal reasoning tests measure understanding and analysis of complex verbal information. Most verbal reasoning tests present one long passage at a time, whereas in this test you are required to handle multiple shorter passages simultaneously. Each passage is displayed on a separate sheet so that only one passage is visible at a given moment. The questions are statements you need to evaluate based on the relevant passage. A statement can be true, false, or the provided information is insufficient to arrive at a firm conclusion. To make that decision, you need not only draw precise conclusions from the text, but also figure out which sheet contains the relevant information for that particular statement. There are 12 minutes to evaluate 49 statements in total, so time is another important factor. Common verbal reasoning practice questions focus on the standard verbal abilities, but they cannot adequately prepare for the other elements included in this test. Our practice pack will help you improve the necessary skills to handle this unique successfully.


Deutsche Telekom Cut-e Scales ix-Style (Discovering Rules) Tests

The Cut-e (Aon) Discovering Rules test—also called 'scales ix'—is used to assess non-verbal logical thinking of graduates and apprentices. In each question a series of figures is presented. All figures but one are organised according to a certain rule, and your task is to decipher the rule and identify the odd figure. The test consists of 20 questions to be solved in five minutes. It is important to note that while such odd-one-out tests are relatively common in many assessment companies, Cut-e still manages to stand out with a different style. The number of figures in each series, the types of figures and, most importantly, the rules applied each time are different in nature compared with those seen in other companies. Learning this test's style can significantly improve your ability to answer more questions correctly within the time limit, and thus help you get a higher score.


Deutsche Telekom Scales cls-Style (Discover Rules and Interrelations)Tests

Cut-e 's scales cls test looks at the candidates ability to recognize patterns and interrelations between objects. Each task screen presents six tables containing numbers and letters. The tables are divided into two groups, so the numbers and letters in each group follow a certain rule or set of rules. Each table is marked by a colour according to the group it belongs to: orange (above the table) or blue (below the table). At the bottom of the test screen there are four additional tables with numbers and letters. The task is to decide which group each of these tables belongs to. The test comprises 12 tasks in total and has a time limit of 12 minutes. Answering as many questions correctly requires being familiar with common rules and being used to perform this task quickly and efficiently. Practising similar questions will provide the skills to do this well, which will give you an advantage when you take the real test.


Deutsche Telekom Situational Judgement Tests

The scenarios presented on SJTs always ask for a resolution of a given conflict which, although being hypothetical, might very much rely on, or represent, realistic situations that occur in a workplace. You will then be asked to choose a preferred method of action out of a number of possible options. You are encouraged to choose your responses spontaneously, based on intuition; however, analyzing the scenarios and choosing responses that highlight your skills will allow you to better present yourself on the test.


Deutsche Telekom Personality Tests

Being consistent is very important when taking a personality assessment test. On personality tests, you may be asked similar questions that are worded differently. If you answer these similar questions differently, it will be reflected in your results. For instance, it could appear to assessors as if you did not answer both questions completely honestly, which may result in you not getting the job. However, being consistent is not something you need to focus on, as it is not measured. It is a problem only if you significantly contradict yourself; for example, answering "agree" to "I'm never late" and "I have a tendency to be late to some meeting." At times during the test, you may encounter similar statements but not agree or disagree with all of them; in this case, it is fine to answer differently. For example, answering "agree" to both "I prefer working with people rather than working alone" and "Sometimes, I need some alone time."


Deutsche Telekom Abstract Reasoning Tests

In abstract or figural reasoning tests, you are given number of figures which form a series that follows a certain set of rules. There may be just one rule governing the pattern, but in many instances, there are at least two. It is your task is to determine which figure matches the pattern and continues the series.


Deutsche Telekom Microsoft Office Tests

The Microsoft Word test measures your ability to complete tasks in Microsoft Word software. The test is entirely interactive, attempting to simulate how Word is used in the workplace. The test is aimed at applicants for jobs that require the use of Word at its fullest capacity. On this test, you will be asked to perform more complex tasks, such as mail merges, advanced formatting, and using templates and tables.

 

Start Practising for the Telecommunications Industry 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.

 

Deutsche Telekom Interview

If you manage to successfully pass the online tests, you will be invited to a Deutsche Telekom 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.


Deutsche Telekom Assessment Centre

The final stage of your recruitment process is the Deutsche Telekom assessment centre. As part of the assessment day you will be asked to participate in some or all of the following activities such as role-play, case study, interview, aptitude test. You will receive a brief beforehand providing you with the specific activities you will be expected to complete. The purpose of the assessment centre is to evaluate how you work both as part of a team as well as individually.


Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Purpose of Deutsche Telekom's Aptitude Tests?

Many employers use aptitude tests as part of the hiring process because they provide employers with the opportunity to gain insight about your intellectual skills, work compatibility, and cooperation and interaction with others. Therefore, preparation for these tests is essential to get one step closer to the job you desire.

What Skills Do Deutsche Telekom Numerical Tests Measure?

Numerical reasoning tests are designed to look at the range of skills and abilities needed to perform almost any job. Basic maths or computations skills, such as the four basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division), percentages, and ratios, to name a few, are all needed on a daily basis. Being able to understand and analyse graphs and other numerical data is necessary for many graduate and management positions. If you work in the finance or banking sector, financial reasoning skills are a must. As part of the hiring process, technical jobs often require applicants to have speed and concentration when working with numerical data. Critical reasoning is necessary for many high-level positions, while estimation skills are also a big advantage in many jobs.

What should I Emphasize During my Deutsche Telekom Interview?

Typically you should emphasise why you are the correct choice for the job. You should bring in good examples from past experiences to show that you have the skills needed to succeed. Use the STAR method (link to STAR method page) to answer questions as this provides a complete picture and is an engaging way to answer.

What is the Deutsche Telekom's Face to Face Interview?

There are several different types of questions you may face during your interviews. Most interviews consist of competency-based questions, but some include job-related questions, maths problems, or riddles. You can also expect to be asked about your CV and your motivation regarding the position for which you are applying. To help you prepare for your interview and other assessments, we have created a unique preparation pack with all the resources you need. The pack features a detailed interview guide written by our accredited psychologists. This guide covers various aspects of interviews and offers important tips. It discusses, among other things, competency-based questions and how to use the STAR method when answering them. It also provides advice on how to answer common interview questions. Going over these principles and reading the guide can help you prepare for your interviews.

Should I Come Prepared for Deutsche Telekom Tests?

JobTestPrep is dedicated to offering high-quality services to prepare you for your upcoming online aptitude tests and interviews. Start practicing now with our numerical, verbal, and logical reasoning tests and improve your chances of being selected to work at Deutsche Telekom.

How Long does Deutsche Telekom Hiring Process Take?

The hiring process depends on the number of tasks you have to fulfil. Typically, there are hundreds, if not thousands of candidates are applying for the same job. Whilst most of them are filtered out through the use of online tests, that still leaves many who have to go through face to face assessments and interviews. We can make some generalisations though. Online tests and automatic application screening typically takes no more than a week. However, you will only know if you have gotten through to the next stage of the application process once the job posting has been closed. The company will normally take a further month to come up with a shortlist of candidates who should attend interviews and assessment centres. These assessment centres usually take place in the first three months of the year and you get the results typically about a week or two afterwards. We can, therefore, say that the entire process can take up to six months.

How can I Succeed in Case Study Exercise on Deutsche Telekom Assessment Day?

"Delve into" the case study. Reflect your thoughts as the character you were assigned to, and address the corresponding characters you have been asked to report to.

The test demands time management, prioritisation and distinction between important and peripheral. Case study exercises are usually designed to have more than one 'correct' answer; as long as you logically justify your recommendations and they stand up to questioning by the assessor, then your analysis can be regarded in a positive light.

Don't spend too much time trying to learn the nuances of a particular industry. Focus instead on tackling common challenges faced by most businesses. But don't hesitate to clarify pertinent questions, as listening to clients is just as important as advising them.

Remember, this is a real client case, so you want to establish the needs of the clients before you can give advice! Be confident but not arrogant. When presenting, one must give off the notion that one is speaking with an air of knowledge and authority. However, no one likes it when this turns into over confidence. If this happens, one might end up not listening and missing vital cues from the questioner, and of course clients won't like this either. Even though you are working against the clock, take the time to analyse the situation before attempting to make notes or answer the questions.

 

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