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Credit Suisse Online Verbal Assessment Watch

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    Hey everyone

    I've just applied to one of Credit Suisse's programmes and they've invited me to an online verbal assessment test to be completed within two working days.

    I was just wondering if I could have any advice or guidance regarding this?

    Are these tests quite basic or hard? What kind of questions do they involve? Will I need practice before? Where can I get some practice from?

    Does this test carry any weighting in terms of the overall application?

    Would really appreciate some help, thanks
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    The tests are quite simple, read some text and then answer questions based on that text by saying if it's true, false or you can't say. Really are not that hard and you have plenty of time to read everything and answer all the questions.

    Can't remember if Credit Suisse's tests are SHL or Kenexa but it's one of the two. If you want to practice just google practice shl verbal tests. In terms of weighting, it's simple, if you pass a certain mark then you will be considered for the next stage. If you don't pass that mark your application will be rejected.
 
 
 
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