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Roland Berger - Test and First Round - Dubai

Matteo asked on Jan 21, 2018 - 2 answers

Hi Guys,

I recently got invited for the selection process in Roland Berger Dubai. The first step appears to be an analytical test. Anyone has any resources or advices in order to ace the test?

This is what I know:

"The total duration of test is 40 minutes. Please let me know when is the best time to send you the online test. Assessments are the following: - Elements (verbal) - Elements (numerical) - Elements (logical)"

This is what I found Test sample (not sure if its the same one):


Looking forward to hear if someone else has done it and advices.



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Francesco replied on Jan 25, 2018
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Hi Matteo,

assuming the test is equivalent to the one given in London, it should be a 40-minute, GMAT-style test divided into three parts (data interpretation, critical reasoning and problem solving). GMAT and SHL practice should be enough for the preparation. The questions are not particularly hard but though to complete in the allocated time, thus I would focus specifically on practicing with a strict time constraint.

Hope this helps,


Elie replied on Mar 18, 2019

Hi Matteo,

I was wondering if you can tell me about your experience?

How was the test? The case interview? etc...

How did you prepare for it?

Thanks a lot

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