Prepare for the Shell Final Assessment, Case Study, Presentation, and Interview

Following the Shell online assessments, applicants for Shell are required to undergo the Shell final assessment. Throughout the final assessment, you are measured against the company's key competencies. Incorporating these into your every action is your way of ensuring you are doing the best possible job. Use this PrepPack™ to prepare for the Shell final assessment and give yourself the best chance of success. 

This PrepPack™ has been designed to prepare you for the Shell final assessment. You will find materials to help you in the case study, presentation, interview, and more.

Shell Cubiks Tests

This PrepPack™ has been designed for the last stage of the application process. As such, it doesn't contain practise tests that will help you in the Shell aptitude tests. If you need to prepare for them, use our specially crafted Shell Cubiks-style PrepPack™ containing full-length Cubiks-style Logiks general intermediate practise tests as well as a full personality test and a number of additional extra exercises.

Shell Case Study, Presentation, and Interview

During the Shell case study, you are presented with a number of different documents about a fictional company. The documents contain background information on the company and its operations.

You must read through the provided documents in order to prepare a presentation and make recommendations on where you feel the company should move forward. You must carry out a thorough analysis of the key points in your information pack to craft your recommendations.

During the Shell presentation, you present your findings and recommendations to one or two assessors who then ask questions on your findings for about 10 minutes. When crafting your presentation, it is worthwhile to try and incorporate the Shell CAR criteria (Capacity, Achievement, and Relationship) into it.

This shows that you not only have the skills to create a great presentation but that you are also highly motivated to work for the company.

Shell Interviews

Shell Business Scenario Interview

Candidates for commercial roles are given a business scenario which they need to analyse with regard to risk, potential course of action, and likely strategy impact. You have 15 minutes to prepare your discussion points before your interview with an assessor.

The interview lasts for an additional 20 minutes. In addition to business-related questions, you can expect competency questions and questions about your previous work experience.

Shell Technical Presentation and Interview

Candidates for technical roles face both a presentation and an interview depending on their level of experience in the field.

Experienced candidates are given a list of topics to choose from prior to the assessment day. You should base your choice around relevant research or work experience. You need to prepare a 15-minute presentation on your topic, which is followed by a 30-minute question and answer session with the assessor. You are allowed to use a computer during your presentation.

Interviews last 30–40 minutes for inexperienced candidates. The discussion revolves around relevant projects you have worked on.

These final presentations and interviews focus on your specific skill set and your potential ability to contribute to the company. Therefore, it is imperative that you fully prepare yourself and make sure your skills are up to scratch.

Get the Best Preparation

There are many different stages in the Shell recruitment process. Ensuring you are fully prepared for each and every stage is your way to show assessor you're the right person for the job. JobTestPrep is here to help you prepare.

Shell Numerical Reasoning Test

Candidates for trading roles have to take the numerical reasoning test created for Shell by Cubiks. This test is very similar to the test you took earlier in the process, except that the difficulty level is higher. Review the necessary skills you need to complete this test successfully by using our Shell numerical test practice.