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SHL Aptitude Tests at Natwest (National Westminster Bank)
The National Westminster Bank (more commonly known as Natwest is the largest commercial bank in the UK. It was acquired by The Royal Bank of Scotland and has been part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group since the year 2000.
Due to the fact that Natwest is part of the RBS Group, most of the recruitment processes between the two are intertwined. As it states on the RBS page on this website, the recruitment process is rarely the same across all the different divisions of the bank so rarely will two candidates experience the same recruitment workflow.
Like the Royal Bank of Scotland, any applicants applying to work for Natwest are likely to face at least one SHL aptitude test in the form of an SHL numerical reasoning test. There may be additional tests, but at least one online test is to be expected. Further tests could take place along the process, particularly at the assessment centre for any candidates who manage to get that far.
Due to the overlap between Natwest and RBS, PracticeSHLTests recommends reading the Royal Bank of Scotland page on this site (click here) for a full rundown of the use of tests and recruitment processes of Natwest and RBS. If however you just require some resources, please continue to read below.
Help & Advice for Natwest Numerical Tests
Anyone needing help or information about aptitude tests may find some of the following pages useful. As well as a page explaining a bit more about , there is a page dedicated to numerical reasoning tests to offer readers a bit more specific information about them. There is also a hints and tips page offering general pointers for taking aptitude tests.
For candidates, the two most important things to do for preparation are to read up on the types of questions and tests they are likely to encounter, and to take some practice tests. Taking even one or two practice tests is proven to aid a candidates chances of passing online aptitude tests, as they can spend time on answering the questions, rather than trying to deduce what they are being asked. More information on where to get practice tests can be found below.
Where to Practice for Natwest SHL Numerical Tests?
Currently the best location on the Internet to practice for tests such as Natwest/RBS numerical tests is the Assessment Day website. Assessment Day has a wide selection of practice SHL style numerical reasoning tests (along with other kinds such as verbal reasoning and abstract reasoning) to provide a very useful web resource for job seekers. For candidates who want to aid their chances of success, head over to Assessment Day and practice right away.