"Questions one and two involve following a flow chart.
Write down information as requested, until you reach a stop condition.
So yet again just read the instructions and take your time.
The tests are conducted with pencil, so take a retractable pencil and a good quality eraser." These are used in order to determine your typical reactions and attitudes to a range of situations.
They ask about your preferences and try to identify how well you get on with others, your normal reaction to stressful situations or your feelings about the kind of people you like to work with. They help the selector find out your style and way of doing things.
Sensible organisations will use the questionnaire in conjunction with your application form, interview and other information to make decisions rather than in isolation.
Most people take from three to six hours to complete the test.
You are free to make beverages and take comfort breaks, and deduct this from the overall time from the start of test until you finish.
You can find information at Sam Al-Jajjoka (Kogan Page 2001) has a chapter called "Psychometric Tests for IT Recruitment" with an example assembly language test.
Ask at Careers reception to use our reference copy. Very difficult test which tests your suitability for Information Systems roles by probing your logical thinking and a disciplined approach to complex problems Don't need computing knowledge or strong mathematical ability just ability to work through complex problems.