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What's Included

  • 6 full-length SHL-style numerical reasoning practice tests - graduate
  • 3 full-length SHL-style verbal analysis practice tests
  • 4 full-length SHL-style verbal reasoning practice tests
  • 2 SHL-style deductive reasoning tests
  • SHL-style verify calculation practice test
  • Full personality test
  • 11 figural SHL-style next in series drills
  • 5 SHL-style checking drills
  • 50 single trait practice drills
  • 9 study guides
  • 14 video tutorials
  • Money back guarantee – see terms and conditions


About

This PrepPack™ combines SHL-style deductive, verbal and numerical tests, a personality test, tutorials, guides and drills.


About the SDA Bocconi Packs

The SDA Bocconi exercise pack offers detailed guides and other preparation materials to help you pass your interviews and assessment centre exercises at SDA Bocconi.


SDA Bocconi Numerical Test

Numerical reasoning tests are number-based assessments. They range from basic mathematics or arithmetic tests to high-level numerical critical reasoning assessments. The variety of test types corresponds to the numerous job levels that these assessments are used for, including high ranking senior management positions, graduate or managerial jobs, as well as administrative and sales roles. Numerical tests are the most common type of aptitude test you can face during the recruitment process.


SDA Bocconi Situational Judgement Tests

Situational Judgement Tests (SJT) are psychological assessments where you are presented with hypothetical, yet realistic, scenarios related to the career in which you are applying. SJT's have become a popular tool used by assessment companies, employers and organizations, to evaluate the behavioural and cognitive abilities of candidates, when introduced with daily work-related situations.

 

Prepare now for the SHL tests - let the PrepPack™ assist you in your job search. This product can ensure that your pre-employment assessment at the SDA Bocconi goes smoothly and successfully. Take an opportunity to study with the well-designed test simulations, drills and detailed study guides and shoot ahead of your competitors.

 

SDA Bocconi Application Process

To successfully receive an offer from SDA Bocconi, you must pass all stages of the SDA Bocconi's hiring process. After making sure your CV clearly demonstrates your relevance to SDA Bocconi, submit your application. You will then have to complete the SHL inductive reasoning entrance exam. Following this, you will have an interview.

The company deploys a SuccessFactors applicant tracking system (ATS) to weed out unfitting job candidates at the initial stage of its hiring process. Your resume, cover letter and application form will be scanned and analysed by the ATS, when you upload them to the company's website. Only if the system evaluates your documents as acceptable, will you be invited for a phone interview with the company's Human Resources manager. Composing your resume properly is, therefore, crucial for your success in the pre-employment process. Do not jeopardise your chances of being called for the interview. Please, send your resume to us for specialists' perusal and revision. Restructured by recruitment specialists, your resume will successfully pass the evaluation of the ATS.


SDA Bocconi Interview

In your interview with SDA Bocconi, 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 your SDA Bocconi. Use the Interview PrepPack™ to practise answering interview questions and to ensure a stellar performance during your SDA Bocconi interview.


What is the best way to present my answers in the SDA Bocconi interview?

STAR method: Situation, Task, Action, Result. This is the most preferable way of answering questions, as it presents your answers in a real-life situation which really engages the interviewer.

How long does an assessment day last?

Assessment centres usually consist of a four to eight-hour schedule over one or two days, although, in some rare cases, they may last for three days. The exact schedule for each employer varies for the simple reason that every company does things its own way.

 

 

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