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What's Included

  • 3 Pearson-style numerical reasoning tests
  • 3 RANRA-style practice tests
  • 2 Watson Glaser-style practice tests
  • Numerical drills
  • Interview preparation
  • Money back guarantee – see terms and conditions


This PrepPack™ combines Pearson-style numerical tests, RANRA-style tests, Watson Glaser-style tests, as well as drills and interview preparation.

About Telefonica

Telefonica is a Spanish-based broadband and telecommunications company, with offices all over Europe. Their UK graduate scheme is very competitive, with over 10,000 applicants each year. In order to find the best people out there, Telefonica has developed a rigorous recruitment process, which includes aptitude and personality tests, a video interview and a challenging assessment day. Once you have completed and submitted your application, it is reviewed by Telefonica. If they are interested, they will contact you to move ahead in the recruitment process.


Practise for Telefonica Online Tests

The online testing stage is the second opportunity Telefonica has to narrow down, which candidates make the best fit for the company. A good performance on the tests means you move on to the later stages; therefore, it is important to do your best on the exams. Telefonica uses aptitude tests provided by Pearson. The most efficient way to prepare is by using Pearson-style practice tests, which you can find at this PrepPack™.


Telefonica Numerical Reasoning Test

Numerical reasoning tests are an examination of your ability to understand and work with numerical data. The numerical test presents you with a number of tables and graphs which display information about a fictitious company. You must use this information to determine if the statements in each question are true, false, or cannot say, based on the numerical data.

Telefonica Verbal Reasoning Test

Verbal reasoning tests are an assessment of how well you can handle information presented in written texts. The verbal reasoning tests use the same format as the numerical tests, with various short texts relating to a fictitious company. Each question gives a statement related to the text and you need to decide if this is true, false or you cannot say, based on the information you have read.

Telefonica Logical Reasoning Tests

Logical reasoning tests look at your ability to draw logical conclusions from non-verbal information, such as shapes and patterns. You are given a series of shapes, which all follow the same rule; then, you need to decipher this rule and decide which of the shapes does not follow it.

Telefonica Video Interview

After a successful performance on the aptitude tests, you will be contacted by Telefonica to set up a time for a video interview. This is a pre-screening for the assessment day. The interview is conducted via Skype, so rather than talking to a live interviewer, you are speaking to your computer screen. The questions in the interview focus on your motivations, such as ‘Why have you chosen Telefonica?’ and ‘Why have you chosen this service line?’ It is a good idea to keep a copy of your CV nearby to reference. See the free guide to interviews PDF for helpful tips on how to perform well.

Telefonica Assessment Day

The final stage of the Telefonica recruitment process is the assessment day, which features group exercises, a case study and a competency-based interview. Before the assessment day, research the company and note any questions you have to ask during the day. Get a good night’s rest the night before and make sure you dress appropriately for the assessment centre.

Telefonica Group Exercises

The Telefonica assessment day also features two group exercises. In both exercises, make sure that you are heard and understood by the other members of your group and by the assessors. This is not a time to keep quiet.

The first exercise is in a small group, up to five people; your task as a team is to come up with a new product. This involves planning out every angle of the product; how to make it, how to market it, id and price. For this exercise, you do not need to come up with specific details and figures, rather general ideas that you can present in a clear way.

The second exercise is in a larger group, of people ten or more. This is a role-play or simulation exercise, whereas as a group you are presented with a work-related situation and must work together to come to a resolution or conclusion. An example of a situation is one where you have to help a difficult customer.

Telefonica Case Study

The Telefonica case study is slightly different from other case studies you might have encountered. Each person is given a case study packet and 30 minutes to read and review the information individually. Following the review, you are split into pairs and must present the case study to one another. Assessors are walking around and observing your progress throughout the activity. A practice run with a practice case study can help you solve the more challenging aspects of this activity, such as the time constraints.

Telefonica Competency-Based Interview

The interview is your only one-to-one encounter with a Telefonica recruiter - it is centred on your competencies and your potential fit with the company. Telefonica has three values and asks you to give examples of when you have exemplified them. These are:

  • Discover what the world needs.
  • Disrupt and improve the rules of the game to generate greater values for the company and customers.
  • Deliver affordable technology using a global presence.

Think about how you can apply these values to your own past experience and use the STAR method to shape your answers. If you are feeling nervous about the interview, the interview preparation package can help you calm down and sharpen the skills you need to impress.

Prepare for Telefonica

Getting a job with Telefonica can be challenging but well worth the effort. By preparing in advance for the aptitude tests, interviews and assessments with practice materials, your chances of getting that job offer are much higher and you will be more confident. This article has outlined these stages and what you can do to prepare yourself. Good luck!



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