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JobTestPrep helps you in preparing for Kellogg's's recruitment processes. The preparation package is designed to offer you an in-depth understanding of the required online aptitude tests and competency–based interviews.


Kellogg's CEB SHL-Style Numerical Reasoning Online Tests

In this test, you will encounter numerical data in the form of a table or a graph, followed by multiple-choice questions relating to them. Answering the questions often requires you to show basic math aptitude and to perform calculations involving fractions, percentages, ratios, and conversions.

For the verbal test, you will read short passages of text and answer questions relating to each passage. Each question will require you to quickly evaluate whether a statement is true, false, or indeterminable based on the text.

 

Practice Tests for the Kellogg's CEB SHL Test

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.

 

Kellogg's Interview Questions

In your interview with Kellogg's, you should expect questions focusing on your competencies, such as collaboration, problem-solving, and customer relations. Come prepared with answers about your experience addressing situations which relate to key competencies relating to Kellogg's. Use our Interview PrepPack to practice answering interview questions and to ensure a stellar performance during your Kellogg's interview.


Kellogg's Assessment Centre

The assessment centre, which takes place on site, includes groups of candidates and takes about hours to complete. The exercises are divided into sections, which are designed to assess how you work both in teams and individually. In the first section, the group will be assigned a business case which they must work together to solve. In the second section, you will solve a business case individually. During the last stage, you will be invited to a competency-based interview.


What Skills Do 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 tests. 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 TESTs, while estimation skills are also a big advantage in many jobs.

Why should I prepare for the Kellogg's tests?

Practice, practice and more practice. We recommend ensuring that you get the answers right before trying to improve your speed.

How can JobTestPrep help me prepare for Kellogg's online tests?

JobTestPrep's extensive preparation package includes hundreds of questions, fully explained answers, and solving tips. Knowing what to expect in advance will make you feel more confident going into the tests, and practising beforehand will enable you to get a higher score. The application process at Kellogg's is extremely competitive, so ensure that you do everything you can to get the highest scores you can on these tests.

How Many References Should I Give to My Employers?

References are important and may influence your employers’ hiring decision. It is, therefore, advisable to think of people who can recommend you for an applied position in advance. Make sure also to list people who will truly put in a good word for you rather than tell neutral, insignificant facts about you. As a rule, listing three people will be enough for most of the recruiters. If you are applying for a managerial position, add two or three more people to your list of references. And do not forget to list them in the order of importance.

 

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