Free Mock A.T. Kearney Placement Paper

Bulls Eye provides you free access to Kearney Mock Placement test designed by expert mentors. The test is similar to the actual tests of the company.
All our mock placement tests are set carefully so that the pattern of our mock tests, the type of questions featured in them & their level of difficulty emulates the actual selection tests conducted by Kearney. Not only does Bulls Eye offers 10 free mock placement papers for each company, but also provides students with a comprehensive test result analysis. The analysis will help you identify your areas of strengths & weaknesses, along with customized strategies to enhance your performance. Test analytics guide you in acing the company placement tests and get your dream job.
We also provide various topic-wise & sectional tests that are specifically devised so that you can master your basics. We recommend that you go through all the company placement tests provided by Bulls Eye before sitting for the final placements.
All Bulls Eye Mock tests are created keeping in mind the company’s actual placement paper. Most of the company placement tests include an aptitude section; hence we have incorporated this section in all our Mock Tests. Aptitude section mainly consists of questions from mathematics, logical reasoning, verbal ability or data interpretation. Placement tests may also feature questions from technical aptitude, programming, and coding.
The online assessments conducted by Kearney are moderate to difficult. Candidate is required to qualify 1-2 online tests. Generally, Kearney conducts two types of online assessments: advanced numerical reasoning and critical thinking (known as Watson Glaser test). The Advanced Numerical Reasoning Appraisal is based on quantitative aptitude, reasoning and business knowledge. This test is mostly held for management level candidates. The Watson Glaser test comprises of questions of verbal ability, inferences, assumptions, arguments, deduction, and interpretation. Each test is made up of 30-40 questions to be solved in 30-40 minutes.
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