Wanted to type about my experience with the test. I applied for an IB internship a month back and got invitation to the situational judgement test a few days back. The test has 26 questions there is no time limit but they tell you that they expect you to finish it in 20-30 mins. Questions are based on what you may encounter during your internship such as you go to a meeting with your manager he gives you a briefing where he uses bank jargon which you dont understand and tells you to write a report that day. You dont understand any of the terms he used. Now they will give you 5 options and you have to pick the best option, second best, third best, fourth best and fifth best. No need to practice for it to be honest.
After I clicked submit within 2 seconds it took me to the J.P. Morgan website and to a new page where it said next stage is a numerical test. I even got 2 emails one stating my answers were being considered by the team and another stating the next process is a numerical test. So I guess if you pass the Situational judgement test you go to the numerical test right away.
Now my question is for those who gave the numerical reasoning test. I dont have good experience with SHL tests. I gave one for UBS and completed the test with 12 min remaining because it was that easy yet I failed. I’m good with Kenexa because I am quick with the questions (always have 3 mins remaining) and have never failed a kenexa test. My question is does SHL have negative marking? Is it important to complete the whole test like kenexa or they focus more on accuracy?