It was a while ago but I had a Baker Tilly assessment day (and failed). It my first assessment day that I had ever been to and I find it quite difficult.
The day began with a presentation held by a partner telling us why Baker Tilly was so wonderful. You have a bit of time to ask questions; just throw in one so that you seem interested.
If I remember correctly the test we had to do was slightly different than the ones online. We were given a booklet to read through and then had to answer questions. Questions were mainly (if not all, I can’t remember exactly) numeracy based and I sort of panicked when I had trouble using their calculators. So bring your own so you’re comfortable with it.
Afterwards we had to do a group assessment which I thought was badly run compared to others that I had been in. There were 8 of us or so and we were given only 10-15minutes to discuss which gave us very little time to put any contribution. To be honest I was 95% sure that I had messed up the written test before hand and it was difficult to get involved.
Finally there was a lunch with a few of the trainees. There was just a table to get food from where we could walk around and talk to people.
Sorry i can’t say more but I don’t remember it too clearly.