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1. Verbal reasoning: tests to assess verbal ability. Each question consists of one paragraph and four options. The right option should be selected. It is necessary to get a minimum score to pass this test.

2. Numerical reasoning: test to assess numerical ability. Each question consists of a graph, table and four options for response. The right option should be selected . A minimum score is calculated from the numerical and abstract tests together.

You can get hold of Epso Numerical Reasoning practice tests together with detailed solutions and explanations here.

3. Abstract reasoning: test to assess the abstract thinking. Each question consists of a series of diagrams, series, grids, with an implicit logic and four options. The right option should be selected. A minimum score is calculated together with the numerical reasoning test.

You can get hold of Abstract Reasoning practice tests together with detailed solutions and explanations here.

4. Situational analysis: tests to assess the behaviour in working situations. They present the candidate with hypothetical but realistic work-based scenarios in which they are required to make decisions. For the moment this is a non-eliminatory test, but the outcomes remain with adjudicators for the following phases.

Practice Epso tests with JobTestPrep

1. Verbal reasoning: tests to assess verbal ability. Each question consists of one paragraph and four options. The right option should be selected. It is necessary to get a minimum score to pass this test.

2. Numerical reasoning: test to assess numerical ability. Each question consists of a graph, table and four options for response. The right option should be selected. A minimum score is calculated from the numerical and abstract tests together.

You can get hold of Epso Numerical Reasoning practice tests together with detailed solutions and explanations here.

3. Abstract reasoning: test to assess the abstract thinking. Each question consists of a series of diagrams, series, grids, with an implicit logic and four options. The right option should be selected. A minimum score is calculated together with the numerical reasoning test.

You can get hold of Abstract Reasoning practice tests together with detailed solutions and explanations here.

4. Situational analysis: tests to assess the behaviour in working situations. They present the candidate with hypothetical but realistic work-based scenarios in which they are required to make decisions. For the moment this is a non-eliminatory test, but the outcomes remain with adjudicators for the following phases.

5. Professional skills: accuracy and precision. The test involves spotting mistakes, types, grammatically errors, misspellings or other discrepancies in charts and tables, without dealing with the concrete content. The only competences tested here are the attention to details and the ability to work under enormous time pressure!

6. Professional skills: prioritising and organising. The test consists of various data and you are asked to make decisions based on the data. Some time you have to make small calculations and find in this way the right answer. Anyway, the sense of the test is to assess your ability to decide the priority and to organise the tasks required in the best way.

7. Professional skills: computer literacy test. The tests is aimed to assess the practical knowledge and the ability to use in efficient manner the IT tools and Microsoft Office applications. Therefore, it is a very concrete, practical test simulating the very tasks of an assistant.