Athena Aptitude Tests

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New answer on Mar 18, 2023
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asked on Mar 17, 2023

Hello Community, 

Has anyone taken an Athena aptitude test? If you have, can you describe what I can expect? 

The test is required by Integration Consulting. 

The recruiter described Athena as a test that helps test abilities with regard to a general understanding of numbers.

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replied on Mar 18, 2023
Ex-Bain and interviewer for 7+ years | >95% success rate | mentor and coach for 6+ years

Hi Joseph,

I would be happy to share my thoughts on it:

  • While I do not know about the Athena aptitude test in particular, I can provide some general advice based on the information you've shared.
  • Aptitude tests assess your cognitive abilities, particularly in the areas of numerical reasoning and problem-solving. Since the recruiter mentioned that the test focuses on a general understanding of numbers, you can expect the test to be limited to this type of question.
  • In order to thoroughly prepare for the Athena aptitude test, I would advise you to familiarize yourself with basic mathematical concepts and operations, including percentages, ratios, and fractions. Moreover, you might also be asked to interpret data in the form of exhibits. Lastly, I would advise you to practice as much as possible with online resources, such as sample aptitude tests you have been provided by Athena.

If you would like a more detailed discussion on how to address your specific situation, please don't hesitate to contact me directly.



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replied on Mar 18, 2023
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Hi Joseph,

I honestly have not heard about the Athena apitutde test, but based on both its name and the recruiter's description, you don't need to overcomplicate your prep: Google aptitude test practices/exercises. 

Do as many as you need to to get better.

It's really that simple…

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