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This pack includes tests in the following topics:

  • Math: Basic Math, Numerical Reasoning and Numerical Series.
  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning (Inductive & Deductive)
  • Mechanical Reasoning
  • Situational Judgement Tests
  • Personality Tests
  • Spatial Reasoning
  • Memory Tests
  • Error Checking
  • Grid Challenge & Switch Challenge

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With over 98,000 employees worldwide, Roche is the world’s largest biotech company. The pharmaceutical corporation is also the leader in cancer research and specializes in the research, development, and disbursement of medicine. Roche offers a great deal of opportunities for those looking to join their team.

Roche’s Hiring Process

Applying to Roche begins with their online career portal. Interested candidates can check Roche’s career page for postings based on position or location. Applying for the role is as follows:

  • Application: Applicants must create an account and upload their resume or CV.
  • Resume Review: Applications are screened by HR and successful applications are then reviewed by a manager.
  • Interview: Applicants are contacted for a phone interview, then must attend up to 5 on-site in-person interviews. Some jobs require pre-employment testing during the interview process.

How the Interview Stage at Roche Works

Interview stages are designed to test an applicant and require them to answer questions on more than just past experiences and their resume. Various stages of the interview process may require technical knowledge pertaining specifically to the job on offer. Applicants may be subjected to multiple interview rounds, and some interviews may require pre-employment assessment; this is dependent on the position and location (country) it is being offered.

  • First Interview: A preliminary interview. Applicants will receive a comprehensive understanding of what the job entails and information about Roche as a company. Questions will be centered around the applicant but not necessarily resume based. They are encouraged to ask questions on the position.
  • Subsequent Interviews: Applicants may be subjected to multiple interview rounds following the first one. These rounds assess candidates based on past experience, as well as assessing relevant skills that pertain to the job on offer. Questions will be technical based as well as resume based.
  • The Final Interview: The final interview is an extension of previous interviews, with a more in-depth assessment of a candidate’s skills and what will be expected of them in the job. Applicants will also have the chance to meet with current Roche employees in the relevant field.

Which Pre-Employment Assessments do Roche’s Interview Process Utilize?

Prior to the final interview, applicants may be asked to complete several pre-employment assessments. They will receive feedback during the final interview.

Situational Judgement Test

Situational judgment tests use hypothetical real-life scenarios to evaluate an applicant’s ability to react to and engage with the situation and assess their problem solving skills. Questions may include choosing the most appropriate answer out of a set, or require a candidate to rank already prepared responses from best to worse. Situations presented in a situational judgement test are designed to assess critical thinking and intrapersonal skills.

Personality Test

Applicants asked to complete a pre-employment personality test will be assessed in order to gauge an applicant’s compatibility with the offered position. The Hogan Personality Test is the most commonly used personality test. This test assesses several aspects of a candidate’s personality including cognitive ability, judgement, motives, and values. The test is also designed to indicate a candidate’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as test their decision-making skills.

Other Assessments

Applicants may be asked to complete pre-employment assessment based on work style and proficiency. These tests may include a behavioral reasoning test or an aptitude test. Behavioral reasoning tests assess a candidate through questions relevant to their behavior in the workplace. This includes questions related to previous jobs and experience, and is intended to gauge how an applicant responds to difficult situations.

Behavioral tests also assess team and individual work ethic in an applicant, and their understanding and engagement with workplace policies and procedures. Aptitude tests are designed to assess an applicant’s problem-solving and decision-making skills. The most widely used aptitude test is the Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT). This test is taken online, timed, and scores the candidate solely based upon the quantity and quality of their correct answers. The CCAT includes questions related to numerical, verbal, logical, and spatial reasoning.

Preparing for Roche’s pre-employment assessments is important for candidates looking to put their best foot forward. Practicing with mock tests and study guides helps applicants to better prepare themselves and feel confident going into the tests, and in turn will help an applicant to make a good impression and get the job.