4 TIPS FOR PASSING APTITUDE TESTS
TIP #1 – The most important tip I can give you is to start practising questions as soon as you know you will face an aptitude test. By familiarizing yourself with the types of questions, the format they are in and learning what the assessors are looking for will give you an advantage and undoubtedly boost your score.
TIP #2 – Practice under timed conditions. This may seem simple but by preparing for your assessment under timed conditions can really help your preparation. Many people struggle with the pressure of being timed, so it is important you practice under strict timed conditions, to not only help you learn to answer the questions quicker, but more importantly to alleviate the pressure on the day of your actual assessment.
TIP #3 – Understand the logic of the questions. When practicing, make sure for any questions you struggle with or get wrong, you understand what the correct answer should have been and why. That is why you should always prepare using practice tests that provide the fully worked solutions to all the practice questions, just like the ones on this page so you understand how the answer came about, making it easy for you to learn and answer similar questions next time.
TIP #4 – Perhaps the biggest tip we can give you is to make sure you prepare for your assessment using a practice resource that covers a huge variety of questions types so you know that you are preparing for the same assessable areas and questions types that your employer uses. If you want to reduce the amount of work you have to personally put into your aptitude assessment, make sure you access the 500 questions and answers package on this page that will assist you with all the tips listed above and the assessable attributes listed on this page.
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