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The Roland Berger analytical test is a classical IQ test, consisting of different parts. This is how it looks like: 1. Verbal Part 1.1 Complete incomplete sentences 1.2 Analogies (Hat:Head --&g... (more)

Hi, The Bain test is heavy on chart interpretation with a few words, as well as numerical computation and reasoning. It is important that you are familiar with this type of question and practice cons... (more)

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 solvin... (more)

This will vary across regions. In the DACH region, Roland Berger runs an electronic intelligence test. This test spans three categories, each divided into three sets of questions: verbal f... (more)

Hi All, I have been invited for A.T. Kearney's online assement, with details as follow: 1. Num... (more)

Hi Anonymous, as mentioned in the previous posts – yes, you would have to do an analytical test for an internship at McKinsey. As a side note on the test, in some countries McKinsey stopped to use... (more)

Hi Anonymous, I don't believe that there are clear "you skip step x" things for most firms. Already for the reason that the organisation has to protect itself against nepotism, favouritism and for... (more)

Dear User, thank you for your question. It's a "GMAT-style" reasoning test with multiple choice answers and you are not allowed to use a calculator. The test is divided into three sections: verbal,... (more)

Hi, I recommend using the following sources to train math and critical reasoning: Fast math skills Rounding up and down Learn how to multiply double digit numbers (https://www.youtube.co... (more)

I believe some of these resources might be helpful for you to practice: 1) GMAT Materials: practicing the quantitative parts of GMAT can help you brush up your analytical skills. The most useful pa... (more)

Hi Anonymous, please check out this Q&A thread - it specifically addresses the written case at Bain: https://www.preplounge.com/en/consulting-forum/bain-written-case-410 Cheers, Sidi

Hi, There are 3 types of written tasks you may have: Math test - GMAT-like math test Online test - problem-solving test with a business situation Written case - they give you a case and y... (more)

Hi, I recommend using the following sources to train math and critical reasoning: Fast math skills Rounding up and down Learn how to multiply double digit numbers (https://www.youtube.co... (more)

When I did the test at Roland Berger several years back, it was a classical IQ test, consisting of different parts. Not sure if still identical, but this is how it looked like: 1. Verbal Part 1.1 Co... (more)

Hi Anonymous, the type of tests depend on the company you are interviewing with. The most common used I am aware of are: McKinsey: PST, or more recently SHL BCG: Potential test, or sometime... (more)