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JobTestPrep’s Genpact PrepPacks™

During the recruitment process, you'll be asked to take a number of different Genpact tests. You may be asked to complete these tests online. To successfully move on to the next stage of the hiring process, utilise JobTestPrep's comprehensive preparation packages to give yourself the best chance of success.


Genpact Numerical Reasoning Tests

Your ability to understand and make decisions based on numerical data is key to successfully passing pre-hire math test, also known as numerical or quantitative reasoning tests. As the test will often be part of the online application, be sure to prepare prior to opening that online form.


Genpact Verbal Reasoning Tests

This test is a variety of aptitude assessment that estimates how well job candidates understand and analyze written information. It measures whether they can follow a text’s argumentative verbal logic and discriminate between important and secondary information presented in it. Their understanding of the text’s general meaning is estimated as well. On the Verbal Reasoning Test, job candidates are asked to read several short passages and judge a truth-value of statements that immediately follow them. After you have identified the relation of each proposition to truth, you will be required to mark these statements either as True, False, or Cannot Say. There are also statements whose truth-value is impossible to assess due to the insufficiency of information presented in the text. If this is the case, you will need to mark a statement under consideration as “Indeterminate.” The Verbal Reasoning Test is timed; no extra time is given to those who have not finished it within a prescribed time limit.


Genpact Abstract Reasoning Tests

Can you identify rules & consistent patterns or easily explain the next step in the sequence? Your abstract reasoning test provides your future employer insight into your overall intelligence and judgement and by understanding the meaning behind the information and data and to offer solutions to problems at a level of abstract thinking.


Genpact Situational Judgement Tests

SJT stands for Situational Judgement Test. Genpact's SJT test assesses your cognitive and behavioural abilities when presented with work-related scenarios. The format of the test varies, however, all of them present you with situations followed by multiple-choice questions. You should either rank/rate the answers or select the for you most and least likely options. There are no right or wrong answers, still you should bear in mind that your responses should mirror your professional manners. Your answers make up your profile which allows your prospective employer to decide if you fit the company and your position.


Genpact Personality Tests

Your Genpact personality test will set out to answer perhaps the most important question of all - “who are you?” During a face-to-face interview an interviewee is generally on best behavior and can skew facts, events or opinions. However, the personality tests have a built-in lie scale that will uncover inconsistencies or discrepancies in your story. Moreover, the test will factor in your skills and weaknesses both in terms of personality and technical ability as part of your overall aptitude for the position.


Genpact Microsoft Excel & Word 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.

The Microsoft Excel Test – The aim of this test is to estimate job applicants’ mastery of the Excel program on various levels, from basic to an advanced one. The scope of tasks included on the test is wide. Applicants may be asked to perform formatting, editing, protecting cells and rangers, and creating graphs and charts. They also need to show how well they use autofill, add and subtract values, and enter data. The Microsoft Excel Test scores job seekers’ performance in two ways: it either counts the percentage of correct answers or determines their skill level – Beginning, Intermediate, or Advanced. It is an interactive test, on which applicants perform tasks on the screen. They can answer questions using the toolbars, shortcut keys, or menus, depending on a specific task they are performing.

 

Come Prepared for the Genpact Assessment Tests

Our wide range of pre-assessment practice materials have been designed with your success in mind. Sharpen the skills you need to pass your Genpact assessment test using our in-depth practice tests and study guides. Not only will you heighten your confidence in taking the Genpact assessment, you will also boost your probability for success.

 

Genpact Interview Process

You should be ready to participate in Genpact’s telephone, video, and in-person interviews. You can encounter interviews as part of the pre-screening process, the hiring process, and the assessment centre. Initial interviews allow you to elaborate on your CV and you should take this chance to stress the experiences and skills that make you qualified for your desired position. The majority of the interviews, however, have competency-based questions which you should answer by providing examples of past experiences demonstrating your aptitude for the job. Interviews can also include riddles, role-plays and assessment tests. Use JobTestPrep’s Interview PrepPack™ to enter your Genpact Interview with confidence!


Genpact 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.


JobTestPrep Answers Your Frequently Asked Questions

How Are Genpact Tests Scored?

Genpact aptitude tests are used as a means to measure your abilities in key areas for the position you are applying. These tests are generally scored based on the number of questions you have answered correctly. This score is then compared to other applicants against the average benchmark score.

How Is Genpact Personality Test Evaluated?

When completing a personality test it is important you understand the nature of this test. The purpose of this assessment is to establish based on your personality and behavioural style if you will do the job, if you can do the work, and if you would actually fit the position. The questions will target work-related activities such as managing stakeholders, working in groups, complying with regulations, problem-solving, leadership skills, coping with pressure and stress. You should also determine which personality traits are important for Genpact and for your desired position. For example, an HR manager’s scores are supposed to reflect her communication and organizational skills, whereas for a sales position, a competitive and initiative nature is favoured.

Are there different variations of the Situational Judgement Test?

Yes, the test does come in multiple forms, such as computer or paper based. Genpact might only use text, while others throw pictures and video clips into the mix. Still other versions might use computer-generated avatars to create a scenario, to which you must respond usually textually. It is important to note that the SJT are usually not timed, it is important to answer them in a timely and accurate manner and watch for guidelines like “this question should take 10 minutes.”

What Questions do the Genpact's Representatives ask in a Phone Interview?

After you have uploaded your résumé and cover letter onto the Genpact's website, you will have a phone interview with its Human Resources manager who will ask you questions mostly about your education, working experience, and career goals. You may also discuss the company’s business objectives, your future duties, and benefits you will be given, if you qualify for the position. If your phone interview goes well, you will receive a link to the online test that you need to pass in order to move to the next stage in the hiring process.

Is It Necessary to Prepare Prior to Taking the Genpact Aptitude Tests?

Taking the time to familiarise yourself with the structure of the Genpact aptitude tests is crucial to eliminating the element of surprise. Understanding the structure of the test as well as the appropriate responses will definitely give you a leg up on other candidates who will also be taking the same test. JobTestPrep offers countless useful resources to ensure you are prepared come test day.

 

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