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The Use of Aptitude Tests (SHL & Others) in Consultancies
Consulting firms such as Accenture are one of the groups of companies most likely (after financial firms and investment banks) to be using aptitude tests in their candidate assessment processes. Because of the need for good numerical & verbal skills among employees in most positions at consultancies, most firms will put applicants through a minimum of a numerical reasoning test and verbal reasoning test, with some also making use of diagrammatic reasoning and logical / abstract / inductive reasoning tests too.
Which Consulting Firms Use Aptitude Tests?
If we have details about how a consulting firm chooses to use aptitude tests in their application process and what brand of tests they choose to use (or if they produce their own assessments in house at the company), the list below will have a link to that companies own page. Please click through for details.
PKF (Pannell Kerr Forster)
Advice for Preparing for Consultancy Aptitude Tests
If you are looking for information about a specific type of test, or just general hints and tips, the following pages may help you:
- Information on Numerical Reasoning
- Information on Verbal Reasoning
- Information on Diagrammatic Reasoning Aptitude Tests
- Information on Abstract / Inductive Reasoning Aptitude Tests
Where to get Practice Tests
PracticeSHLTests.com is happy to offer a free sample of verbal reasoning questions for our users - you can access that by clicking the link just above in the advice section.
Apart from the free tests on PracticeSHLTests, the best place to access practice tests is at the Assessment Day website. Assessment Day have been assisting candidates by providing the facilities to sit realistic practice tests for many years now and are among the very best at what they do.