Rolls-Royce Aptitude Tests, Numerical and Logical Reasoning Tests Online Preparation
Are you applying for Rolls Royce Apprenticeships, Internships, Graduate schemes, or experienced positions? If so, you will need to get to grips with the Rolls-Royce recruitment process in order to come through successfully. Prepare with the resources listed below and gain the confidence and knowledge to ease yourself through the entire Rolls-Royce recruitment process, particularly the Rolls-Royce psychometric tests.
Rolls-Royce is a top graduate UK employers, with 300 participants on the Rolls-Royce graduate program every year in the UK. Other routes in include internships and apprenticeships for university students and school leavers. As such a popular employer, Rolls-Royce can afford to choose their candidates carefully through a touch recruitment process. Learn how JobTestPrep can help you get ahead in this rigorous application procedure.
The Rolls-Royce graduate and apprenticeships application process is set out below. Applicants to other jobs and schemes with Rolls-Royce will find the advice useful as well.
Rolls-Royce PLC split from its sister company Rolls-Royce motors in 1973 and is an international aerospace and defence company. Headquartered in the City of Westminster, London, the company is the second-biggest producer of military engines and products in the world. Rolls-Royce also produces a range of other power systems and applications and employs around 40,000 people in over 50 countries.
Application FormThe first step of the recruitment process is the online application form. There are various methods you can use to fill in your details and using your LinkedIn profile is one of them. This is a great opportunity to showcase your talents and drive, demonstrating why you are a perfect fit for Rolls-Royce. Make sure you utilise this opportunity well. Moreover, you are given a chance to upload your CV and other documentation that you feel will help your application. Find out how we can help you touch up your CV here. You will also need to fill in your educational and professional history, qualifications and requirements. As well as this, you will be asked to fill in some questions relating to your motivation to join the company. When answering these questions, it is important to put yourself in the best possible light. In order to do this, you should include the key values that Rolls-Royce wants you to possess. They are:
By incorporating these ideals into your answers and showing how you have demonstrated them before you stand yourself in good stead to get through to the next stage of the application process.
If you are successful in this stage of the recruitment process you will be invited to take part in the next stage of the process: The Rolls-Royce online tests.
The Rolls-Royce Aptitude TestsOnce you have submitted your application form, you are automatically sent a link to a set of online psychometric tests. Rolls-Royce have recently started to use cut-e tests in their online testing, and these tests are described below. However, some applicants may be invited to sit a set of CEB’s SHL tests. If that is you, see our Rolls-Royce SHL tests page.
Once you have received the link, you have 10 days to complete all your tests. You can choose the order in which you sit the tests, and you do not need to take them all in one go. The tests are crucial to your application, as if you don’t complete them, your application will not be considered for the next stage of the process. You can only take the Rolls-Royce tests once a year, which means that if you fail them you will not be able to apply to Rolls-Royce again for a full year.
Cut-e tests are negatively marked meaning that points are awarded to every right answer, and deducted for every wrong answer. These two scores are added together to create your final test score. This system of marking increases the importance of practice to ensure that you get your answers right.
The are five Rolls-Royce psychometric tests for all candidates. Higher Apprentices, Graduates and Interns will take the same set of tests, whilst Apprentices will have a slightly different set. All candidates receive the situational judgement questionnaire and the measurement of competencies test. All tests are outlined below.
Situational Judgement QuestionnaireThis test is also known as a situational judgement test, and it assesses how well you make decisions. In this test you are given a scenario of a situation you may experience in your day to day job, and asked to choose the correct response from a series of options. There are no right or wrong answers in this test, the aim of it is to look at whether your responses to work situations is a match to the values of the company as a whole. This test is untimed, so take your time and think about every answer. Taking practice situational judgement tests can help you get a picture of how to approach this test and about what employers are looking for in answers. Prepare for this test with our situational judgement test pack.
Measurement of Competencies (Management) TestThis test assesses the way you like to work. It is a type of personality test in which you need to choose the statement than most suits you., the test assesses whether your personality fits the people specifications they are looking for. This test is also untimed so you do not need to rush into answering each question. Our practice personality test will help you prepare for this test by enabling you to think about your dominant personality traits.
Higher Apprentices, Interns and Graduates TestsAs well as the two tests above, you are invited to take three Rolls-Royce ability tests.
Verbal Reasoning Assessment - This test examines your ability to understand complex written information. In this test you have 12 minutes to answer 49 questions based on a series of short texts. For each question you need to determine whether a statement is true, false, or you cannot say based only on the information in the text. This test is very fast paced, challenging you to work quickly and accurately in order to get a good score. It is also somewhat different in format to the other verbal reasoning tests you may be familiar with. Prepare for this test with our dedicated cut-e style verbal ability practice pack.
Numerical Reasoning Assessment - This numerical reasoning test looks at how well you understand complex numerical data presented to you in the format of a table, chart or graph. In this test you are given 12 minutes to answer 37 questions. In a test unique to cut-e, the numerical ability test also asks you to determine whether a statement based on the data is true, false or you can’t say. Learn more about the unique features of a cut-e numerical ability test and prepare for your Rolls-Royce test with our dedicated cut-e numerical ability pack.
Discover Rules and Interrelations - This test is a non verbal reasoning test in which you are given a series of shapes from which you need to identify the rule that connects them and choose the odd shape out. This test is designed to assess your ability to solve problems. You again have 12 minutes to complete the test. Learn more about this test, and tell us about your experiences of it.
Apprentices TestsApprentices have to take the SJQ and Measurement of Competencies (management) outlined above, as well as the three tests outlined below.
Simple Understanding of Instructions - This is a verbal ability assessment designed to assess your ability to quickly and accurately understand instructions. You are given a text to read and a statement on the text. You have to decide whether the statement is true or false based on the information contained in the text. This test contains 24 questions, and you have 8 minutes to answer them, which is a very tight timeframe! Taking practice tests help you increase your reading speed and understanding of what to look for, and allow you more time to answer each question. Prepare for this test with our cut-e style verbal ability test pack.
Discovering Rules - The discovering rules test is a non-verbal reasoning test designed to assess your ability to solve problems. In this test you are given a set of 9 different shapes and asked to identify the rule connecting them so that you can identify which is the odd one out. This is a fast moving test lasting just 5 minutes.
Mechanical - Technical Understanding Assessment - This test assesses your understanding of how things work. In this test you are presented with drawings of various types of mechanical system (cogs, pulleys, gears and so on), and asked questions about how they work. You are given 15 minutes to answer 24 questions. Learn more about the types of questions you will be asked and some of the common mechanical and technical devices included in this test with our mechanical reasoning page.
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