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    I know Barclays has a numerical test, but is the other one a Situational Judgement Test or Verbal Reasoning?
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by DavidOgbe)
    When did you have your citi interview?
    Wednesday last week
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    (Original post by siddyt1234)
    I know Barclays has a numerical test, but is the other one a Situational Judgement Test or Verbal Reasoning?
    Thanks!
    iirc an sjt where you watch clips then choose best response to scenario
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    Hey, do you know if its worth paying to practise the numerical tests?
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    I lolled!

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    Guys what percentage do you reckon is the pass mark for RBS’s SJT?
    Its irritating me how there is just one right answer to every question
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    (Original post by welcometoib)
    iirc an sjt where you watch clips then choose best response to scenario
    O thanks!
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    (Original post by The-Illusionist)
    Guys what percentage do you reckon is the pass mark for RBS’s SJT?
    Its irritating me how there is just one right answer to every question
    Its quite high, I went on the career insight and got fast tracked to SW after they reviewed everyones marks in an interview. The SJT was a high pass mark - I do not know specifics. However the numerical pass rate for SW was around 35+ and Logical was 40-50+ ( Compensating for TalentQ I think)
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    Got this from a practical pack? Any idea guys? It's definitely A/D because of the triangle movements
    Help is much appreciated as always!
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    (Original post by Skepz)
    I lolled!

    hahaha
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    (Original post by siddyt1234)
    Got this from a practical pack? Any idea guys? It's definitely A/D because of the triangle movements
    Help is much appreciated as always!
    A, the arrow of the previous one always points to the new destination of the circle
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    (Original post by siddyt1234)
    Got this from a practical pack? Any idea guys? It's definitely A/D because of the triangle movements
    Help is much appreciated as always!
    A, arrow shows where next ball is
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    (Original post by Skepz)
    I lolled!

    :lol: Class
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    (Original post by shahbaz)
    Hey, do you know if its worth paying to practise the numerical tests?
    Depends how much you want to pass.


    I paid but it was definteley worth it for me. The investment paid dividends.
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    (Original post by shahbaz)
    Hey, do you know if its worth paying to practise the numerical tests?
    It really depends how good you are at analysing graphs and data, I paid for a package but after 2 of them I was averaging in the 90s, so I could probably have managed without purchasing them. I'm just using them and other things to improve my speed in mental maths, plus brainteasers too
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    (Original post by siddyt1234)
    Got this from a practical pack? Any idea guys? It's definitely A/D because of the triangle movements
    Help is much appreciated as always!
    The answer is A - the arrow points to where the circle moves to.
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    Any ppl still waiting for their post interview offer/rejection at CS ?
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    (Original post by natninja)
    The answer is A - the arrow points to where the circle moves to.
    Ah thanks man.
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    (Original post by cupsoftea)
    A, the arrow of the previous one always points to the new destination of the circle
    Thanks
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    (Original post by siddyt1234)
    Ah thanks man.
    Also, don't get hung up if you don't get a spring week - when you speak to the banks when going for internships they *claim* not to care... though I know someone who has got an internship through a spring week and could not have got one through the normal route as she doesn't meet the minimum academic requirements....
 
 
 
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