The National Health Service (NHS) is the publicly funded national healthcare system for England and one of the four National Health Services for each constituent country of the United Kingdom. It is the largest single-payer healthcare system in the world. (Important to note that the single payer term means something a little different to the phrase used widely in the USA. The English NHS is both Payer and Provider of healthcare. (The USA phrase still adheres to healthcare being Provided by private companies). Primarily funded through the government funding and overseen by the Department of Health, NHS England provides healthcare to all legal English residents, with most services free at the point of use. Some services, such as emergency treatment and treatment of infectious diseases, are free for everyone, including visitors.
NHS Recruitment Process
1. Online CV Submission along with filled Application Form
2. Online Reasoning Tests
3. Video / Phone Interview
4. Assessment Centre / Group Excercise
5. Partner Interview
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Aptitude (Reasoning) Tests assess candidate’s numerical, verbal and logical skills during the common time-limited assessment. Most of the mid-to-large companies use aptitude tests to assess candidates during the recruitment process. Companies, like Citi, HSBC, RBS, NHS, Unilever and others use aptitude tests at early stages of their recruitment process, usually straight after you submit an Application Form. There are few types of reasoning tests: Numerical, Verbal, Logical, Diagrammatic and Situational Judgement, and each of them assess different skillset.
Our psychometric tests are written by the same professional psychologists who design tests for NHS and many other companies. Also, all our tests are compatible with the assessment from the following publishers:
- CEB SHL
- Talent Q
- Criterion Partnerships
... and others
First thing to know before taking any reasoning test is that those assessments are time limited. You are required to complete the test within the given timeframe (usually 20 to 45 min). Test usually consist of 20-30 questions, where you’re required to choose one or more possible answers from the given list.
Numerical Reasoning Tests assess your ability to work with numbers, graphs, charts and percentages. Verbal Reasoning Tests assess your ability to understand and process the context from the given paragraph. Situational Judgement Tests assess your ability to make critical decisions in a simulated workplace case. Diagrammatic Reasoning Tests assess your logical ability to solve problems. Usually, you will work with sequences and diagrams.
Myth: Practicing a few tests could improve your chances of passing the real assessment.
Fact: You will need to practice a lot. That’s why we include 60+ industry standard aptitude tests with more than 1,500 questions. The more tests you practice, the better chances of getting a good score on the NHS assessment.
Yes, you can practice our Free Reasoning Tests here: https://www.aptitude-tests.co.uk/free-tests
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