Thomas International offer two sets of aptitude testing. The Thomas psychometric test (GIA/TST) consists of five different general intelligence assessments meant to predict your response to training on the new job. Thomas Skills is an extensive test battery covering over 100 different topics, including literacy and numeric reasoning abilities. JobTestPrep offers a professional GIA-style practice pack with full tests and additional practice materials. Click on the above links for more details and suggested practice materials for each of these tests.
The Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) is an eight-minute personality assessment. It provides employers with insight into your motivations, communication style, performance under pressure, and so on. Familiarising yourself with personality tests will help you understand which aspects of yourself need to be emphasised as well as how to do so properly. Read more about the Thomas International PPA-style test, and learn how practising with JobTestPrep can improve your performance.
The Thomas Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire (TEIQue; pronounced as TQ) measures your ability to recognise and control your emotions, as well as deal with the emotions of others. The questionnaire includes statements regarding your responses to different situations, and your task is to rate how strongly you agree or disagree with each statement. This questionnaire usually takes about 20-25 minutes to complete.
As emotional intelligence allows for self-awareness and adaptability, it is a very important trait in any workplace, and for managers in particular. This questionnaire displays your communication abilities; your relationship management skills; and the way you deal with stress, conflicts, or any other challenges that may arise in a work environment. Thus, the Thomas TEIQue is used to identify candidates who can thrive in any set of circumstances as well as to identify people who are suited for management roles.
In addition to the company's various aptitude and personality tests, Thomas International hosts numerous assessment days and centres. These are used during the hiring process as well as for in-house training. Each assessment evaluates different aspects of you as an employee:
Below is a table of the most popular companies, organizations, and job positions that require candidates to successfully pass Thomas International tests. Outscore the competition with JobTestPrep's PrepPacks™ and ensure your success today.
|Deloitte||Consultant, analyst, manager, advisor|
|Metro Bank||Manager, cashier, advisor, customer service, Director, Loan Specialist, Account Exec., Credit Partner|
|Premium Credit||Developer, administrator, sales|
|Allergan||Production, accounting, manager|
|Maersk||Engineer & graduate scheme|
|Pepsico||Analyst & manager|
|Merlin Entertainment||Finance & marketing manager|
|Siemens||Engineer & graduate scheme|
|Glanbia||Technical manager & architect|
|PwC||Accountant and Auditor, Manager, Corporate Finance, HR, Budget Analyst|
|Air Canada||Flight Attendant, Recruiter, Pilot|
Accountant and Auditor, Associate Consultant
|KARL STORZ||Product specialist|
|Thomas International||Senior Developer, Key Account Manager|
|Plymouth University||Level 5|
|National Library||Market Research Analyst|
|Recruitment or Staffing Agency||Recruitment|
|Claranet||Senior Storage Engineer|
|Complete Laboratory Solutions||Microbiology|
|Metro||Customer Service Representative|
|Siemens||Senior Software Developer|
|Duke Energy||Maintenance & Repair|
|Logistex||Senior Project Engineer|
|Marketing Manager||Elite Hotels|
|Marriott International||Digital Marketing Manager|
|Merlin Entertainment||General Manager|
|Amazon Filters||HR & Payroll Administrator|
|GODREJ||General Manager, Planner|
|Opus Energy||Head of Contract Management|
|Pharmaceutical Distribution||Senior Manager Ministry of Health|
|Senior HR Executive.||QCS|
|Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority||Training Coordinator|
|Thomas Cook||New Business Consultant|
|SPS Technologies||Finance Manager|
|TPC John Huxley||Sales Associate|
|Hidden Hearing||Hearing Aid Dispenser|
|Transnet National Ports Authority||Tariff Regulation Manager|
|UK Accounting Practice||Director|
|IBM||Information Security Analyst|
|Crown Holdings||Industrial Engineer|
|Axa||Customer Service Representative|
|Kuehne & Nagel||Head of Procurement|
|Information Builders||Account Director|
|Handicare||Head of Shared Services|
|Haines Watts||Tax Manager|
|Blick Rothenberg||Tax Assistant Manager|
|Keo international consultants||Head of Transport|
|Ausltralian Competion Comsumer Commission||General Manager Stakhodler Relations|
|Version1||Java Developer senior|
It's important to note that while these companies are known to use Thomas International tests, they may also require candidates to take other assessments, sit for interviews, or participate in group exercises.
Below you can attempt to solve free Thomas GIA test sample questions to gauge the questions of the Thomas General Intelligence Assessment. For the most part the General Intelligence Assessment is basic logical questions that need an abstract way of thinking to solve. See the Thomas GIA examples below and attempt to solve before reading the explanation. Keep in mind that this is a very basic introduction and it is highly recommended to attempt the pdf files found on this page and signing up with JobTestPrep for in-depth and high quality Thomas test preparation.
Michelle finished the race before Avery. Who was slower?
Answer: According to the statement, Michelle finished the race before Avery, which means that Michelle was faster than Avery. Slow is the opposite of fast. Therefore, we can deduce that Avery was the slower of the two.
Sam is sadder than Philip. Who is happier?
Answer: According to the statement, Sam is sadder than Philip. Happy is the opposite of sad. Therefore, we can deduce that Philip is the happier of the two.
The box is not as big as the table, but bigger than the chair. Which is the smallest?
Answer: Begin by arranging the objects by size, from small to biggest. According to the first part of the statement, the box is smaller than the table. We shall remember it as: box, table. According to the second part of the statement, the box is bigger than the chair. We shall remember it as: chair, box. By combining the two phrases, the arrangement of the three is: chair, box and table. Therefore, the chair is the smallest.
Given three words, find and select the odd one out.
Answer: Worker is the odd word out, since the other two can be placed into the same category, which is things that are part of a street.
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