First, good luck!
Now, there are two parts to this...Virtual Testing and the Numerical Test
As a general guide, pretty much all of the rules you can think of that apply to in-person interviews are the same for virtual interviews!
Some key things to remember for video interviews:
- Make sure you have a strong internet connection
- Make sure your sound+video work
- Have a good desk space and keep using paper for solving the case,
- Make sure you'll be in a quiet space with no distractions
- Still dress for the occasion
The online tests across companies and across time are very similar
Format? Somewhat. Content and what's required from you ability-wise? Not at all.
The best way is to really find online tests / questions and practice. Regardless as to whether is a new or old test, the principles are mostly the same:
- Time management (need to think quick)
- Business knowledge/context (incl key formulas)
- Critical thinking (answers that are very similar to each other...clues "hidden" in the text)
- Ability to interpret data/charts
Think of it as a merge of a case and the GMAT/GRE.
You need to be clear on some key case-related and account formulas (margin, growth, breakeven, etc) as well as be good at critically understanding the question (including nuance to questions) and parsing through complicated text with a fair amount of distraction.
You'll also need to be good at chart/graph reading.
The (old) McKinsey PST, BCG Online Test, Bain SOVA test, etc. are all quite similar so leverage resources across all of them.