Mazars uses numerical and verbal reasoning tests to assess their applicants for the job. These tests are provided by Kenexa. A good performance on the tests means you will be invited to the next stage of the recruitment process so make sure to prepare yourself fully for the tests beforehand.
Numerical Reasoning Test
The numerical test for Mazars is challenging due to both the questions and the time limitation. The test gives twenty minutes to answer twenty questions which includes five different tables or charts with a set of four questions relating to the data presented. Using basic maths functions, you need to make the calculations in order to find the correct answer. Your time for this is very short so ensure that you can work through the questions quickly and efficiently.
Verbal Reasoning Test
Mazar’s verbal test is also tricky in that the time given to work through the challenging questions is limited. There are twenty minutes to answer twenty questions; within the test there are five passages with four related questions. Each question presents a statement on the passage and you need to decide if it is true, false or you cannot say in relation to the text. With such a short amount of time, you need to read and answer the questions in time to finish without making any mistakes.