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Pitcher Partners’ Hiring Process

The Pitcher Partners’ recruitment process includes several stages that should be prepared for in advance. Regardless of whether you are applying for an open spot in one of the Pitcher Partners graduate programmes or for a more experienced role, the Pitcher Partners recruitment process may include:

  • Application Process:

    The application process will more often than not need to be completed online from the Pitcher Partners careers webpage. After selecting the city you would like to work in you will be able to search for a variety of Pitcher Partners jobs. Once you have selected a role that best suits your skill sets and qualifications you will need to create a new user account, complete the online application, and upload any supporting documents (CV, certifications, etc.).

    Specifications for your application, supporting documents, online assessments, video interviews, etc. can be found by accessing the Frequently Asked Questions tab located on the user registration page.

  • Screening Process: Once your CV and application have been received, you will either be contacted to participate in a brief phone or video interview. Video interviews are often the preferred method for Pitcher Partners graduate programme candidates.
  • Employment Exam: Regardless of the position or programme you have applied for, you may be required to take one or more pre-hire aptitude tests. These test will range from psychometric to those evaluating your workplace persona.
  • Assessment Centre: An assessment centre may be required as part of the recruitment process for graduates and interns. An assessment centre will often consist of group tasks, assessment testing, and interviews.
  • Final Interviews: After successfully passing each of the aforementioned stages in the Pitcher Partners recruitment process, you will be invited to participate in face-to-face interviews. These interviews will either be held one-on-one, as part of a group or before a hiring panel. Depending on the role you have decided to take on, you may be required to make a presentation for a pre-determined assignment or case study.

Pitcher Partners’ Revelian Aptitude Tests

Regardless of the role or student opportunity you are pursuing within Pitcher Partners, you will be required to take some sort of psychometric test. These tests were designed to confirm your skill sets, ability to learn quickly and predict your future performance.

The most common assessment used across the board at Pitcher Partners is the Revelian Cognitive Ability test. The Revelian Cognitive Ability assessment measures your skills in a variety of areas including numerical, verbal, and abstract reasoning. Below you find more information regarding each section of the Revelian Cognitive Ability test:

Verbal Questions

This section of the test was designed to evaluate how well you can understand, analyse, and interpret information in the form of written text. The questions in this section will be based on your basic language skills.

Numerical Questions

This section of the exam was created to assess your numerical aptitude. The questions that you will encounter in this section will be based on the four basic numerical functions: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Some questions may be stylized after a Sudoku puzzle (with differing rules), while others will be presented in the form of text.

Abstract Questions

This section of the cognitive ability test is largely based on your ability to think in a more lateral way. In this section of the test, you will be presented with a series of different shapes with a logic pattern attached. Once you have determined the pattern being represented, you will need to decide either the missing/ next picture or the odd-one-out in the series.


Your final scores upon completing the Revelian Cognitive Ability test will highlight your abilities in numerical, verbal, and non-verbal reasoning, as well as your proficiency in English, deductive reasoning skills, and your ability to identify rules and patterns. To ensure that your skills are up to par with the standards Pitcher Partners is looking for, JobTestPrep has created a variety of Revelian-style preparation materials. Our Revelian-style practice tests and study guides were designed to facilitate your learning process and boost your overall test scores. Preparing beforehand will help increase your confidence and chances of success.

Start practising to launch your Pitcher Partners career with the help of JobTestPrep.



Pitcher Partners’ Interview Process

During the Pitcher Partners’ interview process, you will be asked a number of questions regarding your CV and previous work experience, as well as your workplace behaviours. Below you will find several examples of questions that have been asked of previous Pitcher Partners applicants directly from Glassdoor:

  • Why would you like to work for the Pitcher Partners accounting firm?
  • Describe a time where you worked as part of a team.
  • How would you handle an irate customer or client?

Behavioural-style questions should be answered using the STAR Method. By answering behavioural questions this way, your responses will remain clear, structure, and engaging for your interviewer or interviewers.


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