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About JobTestPrep’s Fujitsu Cubiks Packs

Fujitsu is a Japan-based multinational information and communication technology (ICT) company. The two entry routes for candidates starting their careers are industrial placements and graduate positions. JobTestPrep’s in-depth Fujitsu Cubiks-style PrepPacks™ have been designed with your success in mind. Take your Fujitsu Cubiks-style assessments with confidence and come out on top with JobTestPrep!


Fujitsu Cubiks Logiks-Style Intermediate General Tests

The Cubiks Logiks Intermediate level test has three sections —verbal, numerical, and abstract. You have four minutes to complete each of the sections and there are a total of 50 questions in the test.


Fujitsu Cubiks Logiks-Style General Advanced Tests

The Cubiks General advanced is divided into 3 sections:

  • Verbal- This 8-minute section is comprised of 12 questions. Candidates are given 4 roughly 200-word passages followed by 3 multiple-choice questions. These questions mostly focus on the main idea of the passage, assumptions and conclusions that can be drawn from the passage, and specific information that is provided throughout it. This section assesses verbal reasoning abilities by reading, interpreting and applying information. This test is specifically developed for participants at managerial and graduate level, while the questions increase in difficulty throughout the test to single out top performers.
  • Numerical- this section has 8 numerical reasoning questions in 8 minutes. These numerical reasoning questions present data in the form of table and graphs. Table and graphs tests measure your ability to understand numerical data including tables and figures as well as making deductions and analyses from the data. You may be presented with a table, some accompanying information and a question based on some or all of this information; you will have to choose the most appropriate answer from a list of answers.
  • Abstract- In the abstract section of the Logiks test, the examinee is asked to find the next image in a series of five images that all share a certain visual pattern. This pattern can be anything from an increasing number of lines to a gradual movement of shapes, to a change in frequency of colours, etc. As some of these patterns are hard to spot immediately, the importance of practising this type of questions cannot be overstated. Practicing will introduce you to the vast variety of visual patterns and help you recognize them more quickly since you will be skilled and experienced. This is especially important as the test only allows you four minutes to complete its ten questions.

Fujitsu Cubiks Logiks-Style Advanced Numerical Tests

Logiks Advanced Numerical is a numerical reasoning test in which you need to be able to understand charts and tables. You have 25 minutes to answer 20 questions.

Charts in numerical reasoning questions are used to easily present data for the question and are a visual aid to help you understand the data under discussion. There are two types of charts used in numeracy tests: graphs and tables. A graph shows the relation between a number of different things or variables, which are each measured along a pair of axes at right angles. Tables, on the other hand, display a set of facts and figures according to a system designed to fit a lot of information into a small space.


Fujitsu Cubiks Logiks-Style Advanced Verbal Tests

The Logiks Verbal Advanced test is specifically developed for participants at managerial and graduate level, exploring their verbal reasoning ability by reading, interpreting and applying information. The Logiks Verbal Advanced test assesses an individual’s cognitive ability with 36 questions in just 25 minutes. It includes 12 short passages followed by 3 multiple-choice questions, whose primary focus is the passage's main idea, assumptions and conclusions that can be drawn from it, and specific details and ideas that are provided throughout it. In order to better identify top performers, the test increases in difficulty over the course of the assessment.


Fujitsu Cubiks Logiks-Style Advanced/ Intermediate Abstract Tests

In the abstract section of the Logiks test, the examinee is asked to find the next image in a series of five images that all share a certain visual pattern. This pattern can be anything from an increasing number of lines to a gradual movement of shapes, to a change in frequency of colours, etc. As some of these patterns are hard to spot immediately, the importance of practising this type of questions cannot be overstated. Practicing will introduce you to the vast variety of visual patterns and help you recognize them more quickly since you will be skilled and experienced. This is especially important as the test only allows you four minutes to complete its ten questions.


Fujitsu Cubiks Logiks-Style PAPI Tests

The Perception and Preference Inventory (PAPI) is the personality test used by Cubiks. This inventory is based on Henry Murray’s theory of roles and needs. PAPI is comprised of 180 statements paired into 90 items: a forced choice format of pairs of statements where only one can be chosen as preferable.

 

Succeed in Taking Your Fujitsu Cubiks Tests

Our Cubiks-style PrepPacks™ were designed in order to give you an advantage over the other Fujitsu candidates. We offer dozens of detailed practise Cubiks-style tests, as well as study guides and score reports. Begin practising today and outperform the competition tomorrow!

 

Fujitsu Interview

If you successfully pass the online tests, you will be invited to attend an interview. There are two types of interviews: candidates for sales and project manager positions will face a video interview while all other candidates can expect a telephone interview. Both phone and video interviews are competency based, lasting between 30-40 minutes. Use our interview preparation resources to help give yourself an advantage over other candidates.


Fujitsu Assessment Centre

Should you successfully pass the telephone interview, you will be invited to attend the Fujitsu Assessment Centre. The Fujitsu Assessment Centre is very intensive, so preparation is required to ensure that you are at your best. Whilst at the assessment centre you will meet previously recruited graduates thus giving you an opportunity to learn more about the company in general and ask any questions that you may have. There are several activities which you will take part in during the day, including a presentation, a group exercise and a one-on-one interview.

Presentation

This is an hour-long individual exercise. You are given a brief with your task and necessary information and 40 minutes to review it and create a presentation. You will then present your findings and solution in a 10-minute presentation to one assessor. Following your presentation, the assessor may ask questions regarding the case and your interpretation of it. The skills examined here are time management as well as problem-solving and analytic processing. Get ahead by practising for your presentation with our preparation materials.

Group Exercise

This exercise is conducted in front of four assessors who monitor you throughout the two-hour activity. You will be given a few tasks to complete relating a specific issue. Be aware that the assessors change the guidelines throughout the activity to see how well you adapt. The key to this type of exercise is to make your opinion heard without taking over the group. Make sure you keep your eye on the clock as well. Learn to master the group exercise with our preparation resources.

One-on-One Interview

This is an hour-long interview focused on your competencies. You can prepare answers and examples in advance and it’s a good idea to use the STAR method to help structure your answers. Research the company beforehand and come prepared with questions for your interviewer as well. Use our interview preparation materials to prepare yourself for this stage of the assessment.


Frequently Asked Questions from Fujitsu Candidates – Let’s Dig In!

What Is the Purpose of the Fujitsu Aptitude Tests?

Fujitsu uses aptitude tests to measure and understand your workplace competencies and capabilities. These tests are often scored by taking your score and comparing it to that of other candidates, then comparing all scores to the benchmark score.

What Is the Purpose of the Fujitsu Personality Test?

The Fujitsu personality test is used to measure and understand your workplace persona. These tests will give insight into your ability to learn new information, adapt to changes, as well as cooperate with your co-workers. There are technically no right or wrong answers to these tests, however, certain answers can make or break your ability to obtain the job you are after due to their effect on your overall personality profile.

What Is the Main Point of the Situational Judgement Test?

Fujitsu administers a Situational Judgement Test to job applicants in order to assess critical thinking, decision making and judgement calls. Your future employer wants to understand what makes you tick and how your behavioural traits will add or subtract from the office environment. During the test, you will be faced with various office conflict scenarios and asked which course of action would best relieve the conflict. Answers can range from a single answer to the multi-layer solution presented in a multiple-choice format.

What Is a Panel Interview?

A Panel Interview is a type of face-to-face interview. Unlike a regular in-person interview, where you will speak to a Human Resources representative and your prospective manager, on the panel interview, you will have a conversation with four or six people simultaneously. The people to whom you talk on the panel interview most probably will be a Human Resources manager, team leaders, and managers of several departments where you can work, if employed. Questions asked in the panel interview are mostly competency based. You will need to tell them about your education and working experience. To answer situational questions well, think about the situation that presented challenges in your former workplace and that you resolved by making a smart decision. The company’s recruiters will want to know why you arrived at this specific decision and why you did not pursue available alternatives. They may also want to walk you through your résumé and ask you questions about the companies for which you worked in the past. In return, recruiters will tell you about the company’s business goals and structure. The panel interview may take up to two hours.

At Which Point Should I Begin Preparing For My Fujitsu Tests?

It is recommended to begin preparing for your Fujitsu assessment tests prior to submitting your resume. These assessments will either be administered once Fujitsu has initially screened your resume prior to an interview or as part of the interview process.

 

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