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Aldi Assessment

Aldi is a leading supermarket chain with over 10,000 stores in 18 countries. Aldi is the parent company of three large global discount supermarket chains, being Aldi Süd, Aldi Nord, and Trader Joe’s.

If you are applying to one of the Aldi graduate schemes, Aldi apprenticeships, Aldi store assistant, Store manager, or Aldi Deputy Manager positions, you will usually be asked to perform a few assessment tests published for Aldi by Saville Assessment (formerly Saville Consulting). Depending on the position you’re applying to you can expect to have to perform well on Aldi individual assessment elements like numerical-, verbal-, diagrammatic reasoning, Situational Judgement Tests, and more. As a candidate, you always have the right to know up-front which tests you can expect during the assessment. Make sure you verify this before you take the actual aptitude tests.

Assessment-Training.com offers a tailor-made package of tests especially made to mimic the Aldi Assessment tests. Start your training now to make sure that you’re fully prepared! By practicing these tests, you will familiarize yourself with the different formats and maximize your chances to ace your assessment and land that job at Aldi. 

The Assessment-Training.com Aldi Assessment Preparation Package consists of:

  • Aldi Verbal Analysis Test
  • Aldi Numerical Analysis Test
  • Aldi Diagrammatic Analysis Test
  • Aldi Abstract Reasoning Test
  • Aldi Verbal Comprehension Test
  • Aldi Numerical Comprehension Test
  • Aldi Spatial Reasoning Test
  • Aldi Diagrammatic Reasoning Test
  • Aldi Situational Judgement Test

All of our practice tests come with extensive explanations and a description of how the questions can be solved. Furthermore, our Personal Progression System will help you track your progress and give a detailed view of your performances. This system will help you identify your stronger and weaker points and provides insight into your areas of development. The progression tool keeps track of your scores, test times, and overall progress.

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Aldi Application Process

When applying to Aldi the first step is filling in the application form, this form requires you to fill in your basic details, your previous work experience, and your previous education.

If you are applying to a position at Aldi you will usually be asked to perform a few assessment tests published for Aldi by Saville Assessment (formerly Saville Consulting). If you successfully complete these assessment tests during the Aldi Assessment day, Aldi may invite you for an Aldi video assessment interview. During this stage of the process, your skills and fit for the job you are applying for will be assessed. This is an interview to get to know you better, and you can expect some motivational and competency-based questions.

For some positions, you may be invited to an Aldi assessment center, where you will be assessed on some exercises and activities for one day. One of the exercises is a presentation where you introduce yourself to the group of candidates. Then this is followed by an Aldi Group Assessment test. After this, you will conduct the same Aldi Assessment Test as before in the application procedure, and at last, there will be a Q&A session and an Aldi personality test. 

Aldi Video Interview and STAR-Method

If you pass the psychometric test part of the application process you’re usually invited for a video call, also called a video interview. Make sure you have access to a PC equipped with a webcam, microphone, and good internet connection. Approach the interview professionally and stick to a formal dress code you would wear for a ‘normal’ interview. 

During this interview, you will have to answer approximately 10 questions. You’re given 30 seconds to prepare and think of an answer before recording, which starts automatically. The questions will be asked in a text format and appear on your screen. 

The answers to your questions will give the recruiters information about your past experiences and thought processes as they relate to the position you applied to. Their goal is to understand how well you would fit within the culture at Aldi. 

A series of standardized questions will be asked about for instance your past experiences, think of questions such as: 

  • Describe a time that you have set a high standard for yourself.
  • Tell me about a time when you took the initiative to tackle a problem.
  • Give an example of a time you achieved something ambitious, how you did it and why you were proud of it.
  • Where do you see yourself in five years?
  • What did you study and how will this benefit you in the role you are applying for? 

You can also expect questions about Aldi itself, for instance, what you think is the most interesting thing you have learned about the company from your research. Therefore, make sure you research the company and its policies thoroughly before you take the interview. Figure out answers to basic questions, such as ‘why do you want to work here?’. 

It’s important to give a complete response to the behavioral questions to let the interviewers thoroughly understand why you acted the way you did and what your thought process was. In order to provide a comprehensive response, you can use the STAR method. 

The STAR method is short for Situation, Task, Action, Result. Each concept is a step you can take to answer a behavioral interview question. By completing all four steps in answering a question you can provide a thorough answer. The concepts in the STAR acronym include: 

Situation: This is where you describe the context within which you performed a specific job, task, or faced a challenge at work. For example, you were working on a project in a team where you got into a conflict with a coworker. 

Task: Next, describe your role and responsibility in the earlier mentioned situation. What were you doing and what was expected of you? 

Action: After describing your task, describe what actions you took to complete this task. Focus here on what you did, rather than what team members, your boss, or other coworkers did.

Result: Finally, explain the outcomes or results of the actions that you took. Emphasize what you accomplished and what you learned from the particular situation.

Aldi Assessment Centre

The exercises and activities that you will be required to complete at the Aldi Assessment Centre consist of different elements and are taken simultaneously with other candidates (usually approximately 10-12 people). During this Aldi Assessment day, you will have to perform a case study combined with an individual presentation and a group assessment. However, the exact composition of the Aldi individual assessment and Aldi group assessment exercises during the assessment day may vary depending on the position for which you’re applying.

The Aldi group assessment is a problem-solving exercise. It’s up to you and your team members to discuss a scenario and reach a consensus. The key to success here is to show that you are able to give reasoned arguments as to your ideas and be subtly persuasive. However, next to show-casing your ability to give reasoned arguments you should also encourage others and listen to their ideas. 

During the assessment day, you also have the opportunity to ask questions about Aldi. Make sure you have prepared 3 to 4 well-thought-out questions, in case somebody asks the same question that you wanted to ask. Make sure you research the company thoroughly and don’t ask any questions that you could’ve found the answer to yourself on the company pages or Google.

Aldi Verbal Analysis Aptitude Test

The Verbal Analysis Test measures the ability to comprehend written information. Candidates' are required to make logical deductions based on a provided section of text. The Saville Assessment Verbal Analysis Test usually contains a series of passages followed by questions that need to be answered based on the information presented. This test typically takes around 24 minutes. 

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Example Aldi Verbal Analysis question.

The correct answer is in the example question above is C, Cannot say.

The passage states that “Trade unions provide supports to employees in availing healthy wages to allow them and their families to have better living and be financially safeguarded.”- but, it does not surely mean that employees can even be financially safeguarded without doing any job. So, the correct answer should be “Cannot say”.

Aldi Numerical Analysis Test

The Numerical Analysis Tests are used to measure a candidate's mathematical skills and the ability to analyze and interpret numerical data. These tests are designed to assess the understanding of tables of statistical and numerical data, as well as the ability to make logical deductions. This test typically takes around 24 minutes.

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Example Aldi Numerical Analysis question.

Thus the correct answer is D, £288,811.91.

This can be calculated as follows:

Step 1: Calculate a 5% increase for each month from April 2004 up to and including December 2004:

March: 24,945.12

April: 26,192.38
May: 27,501.99
June: 28,877.09
July: 30,320.95
August: 31,836.99
September: 33,428.85
October: 35,100.29
November: 36,855.30
December: 38,698.07

Step 2: Calculate the total income from April 2004 up to and including December 2004:

26,192.38 + 27,501.99 + 28,877.09 + 30,320.95 + 31,836.99 + 33,428.85 + 35,100.29 + 36,855.30 + 38,698.07 = 288,811.91

Thus the correct answer is (D), £288,811.91

Aldi Diagrammatic Analysis Test

Diagrammatic Analysis Tests are used to assess an individual's ability to evaluate processes represented through diagrams. The test measures the ability to analyze and draw conclusions from the given diagrammatic data. This test typically takes around 24 minutes. 

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Example Aldi Diagrammatic Analysis question.

The answer for the example question above is "Set B".

The solution is as follows:

Set A: In each box, there are two bars, the horizontal bar is longer than the vertical bar. 

Set B: In each box, there are two bars, the vertical bar is longer than the horizontal bar. 

Figure: In the figure, there are two bars, the vertical bar is longer than the horizontal bar. So it is the same as Set B.

Aldi Abstract Reasoning Test

The Abstract Reasoning Test assesses the ability to reason and form logical conclusions from information without normal language. The tests usually consist sequence of shapes displayed in a row. The candidates’ task is to find the logical pattern through inductive reasoning. Then the candidate is then asked to choose the correct missing shape, which can be either at the end or in the middle of the sequence. This test usually takes 6 minutes in the swift version or 16 minutes in the long version.

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Example Aldi Abstract Reasoning question.

The right answer to the example question above is D. The following patterns can be found:

 

Pattern: A circle changes into a cross in the next picture; a cross becomes a triangle; a triangle becomes a square; the square becomes a circle.

Aldi Verbal Comprehension Test

Verbal Comprehension Tests are used to assess a candidate’s ability in comprehending written text. The candidate will be given some passages to read, like short articles or operating instructions. Thereafter, the candidates are asked to answer questions about these passages. A full-length test will take around 16 minutes and when the test is combined with other comprehension tests the test will take around 3 minutes.

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Example Aldi Verbal Comprehension question.

The correct answer to the example question above is D, "Signatory countries to the Geneva Convention".
The passage does not mention signatory countries to the Geneva Convention.

Aldi Numerical Comprehension Test

The Numerical Comprehension Test assesses a candidates’ ability to interpret numerical data in the form of graphs and tables. The candidate is asked to execute basic mathematical operations with the information extracted from the graphs and tables. The task is to answer questions asked about the data. The online version, where you will usually also be asked to perform verbal and error checking tests, can take 4 to 5 minutes and the full-length version usually takes 16 minutes.

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Example Aldi Numerical Comprehension question.

The answer to the example question above is A, $108,408.

This can be calculated by the following steps:

Step 1: Calculate the total amount invested in the companies:

Since he bought the same amount of shares in the three companies the total amount invested is 12,000 x $(38 + 26 + 19) = $996,000.

Step 2: Calculate the total proceeds from selling three-fifth of his holdings in each of the companies:

3/5 x 12,000 x $(94.30 + 27.02 + 32.07) = $1,104,408

Step 3: Calculate profit from the transactions:

$1,104,408 - $996,000 = $108,408

Thus the correct answer is (A), $108,408

Aldi Spatial Reasoning Test

The Spatial Reasoning Tests assesses the ability to apply spatial judgment and visualize objects from multiple angles. The candidate is required to solve rotational and transformation problems, visualize objects and identify a specific object that is different. The spatial reasoning test is commonly used in aptitude tests for job positions that require technical ability. This test typically takes around 8 minutes. 

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Example Aldi Spatial Reasoning question.

The right answer is to the example question above is C.
If you look at the bottom hole, you can see that it is higher and larger than with the other 3 figures.

Aldi Diagrammatic Reasoning Test

Diagrammatic Reasoning Tests are used to assess an individual's ability to evaluate processes represented through diagrams. The test measures the ability to analyze and draw conclusions from the given diagrammatic data. This test typically takes around 24 minutes. 

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Example Aldi Diagrammatic Reasoning question.

The answer to the example question above is B. See the picture below for the explanation:

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Aldi Situational Judgement Test

The Situational Judgement Test is designed to measure a candidates’ ability to choose the action that is most appropriate in a workplace situation. With your answers, a company can assess how you would handle certain situations that you might encounter in the job that you have applied for. In a Situational Judgement Test, you will be given a certain problem related to the job you are applying for, and a few possible actions are given. Your task is to rate the different possible actions from highly undesirable to highly desirable.

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Example question of a Aldi Situational Judgement Test.

In the example above the most likely to do should be the second response and the least likely the first response.

The first response is the most effective response as you are trying to solve his problem without having him to do more. By contacting the person who initially received the complaint, you are avoiding having to duplicate functions as the person might have gained some ground in trying to solve the problem.

The second response is less effective because requesting him to call back the next day is unnecessary and you are putting extra stress on him in addition to the problem he already had with his software. You can take out a few minutes and gather the necessary information you need to help him before going home.

Why practice?

Practice makes perfect! You will see that through practise your performance will improve. Familiarizing yourself with psychometric tests is the first step to success. Through practice, you will get a clear picture of what these tests are, what they look like, what they measure, and what the testing conditions will be.

Assessment-Training.com is the go-to platform for certification practise, assessment/aptitude test training, and job application preparation. We offer tailor-made preparation packages with tests in the same style as the actual Aldi Assessment.

In addition to the fact that all our practice tests come with worked solutions and an explanation on how to get to the right answer, we offer you a unique Personal Progression Tracking System.

This progression system will help you track your progress and will provide you with a detailed view of your performances. It will help you identify your stronger and weaker points and gives insight into your areas of development. The progression tool keeps track of your scores, test times, and overall progression.

We offer you the tools to overcome your doubts and fear of failing the assessment and make sure that you get the most out of yourself on the day of your certification, assessment test, or job application interview! Research among our users showed that through practise your scores can improve up to 80%.

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To help you ace your Aldi Assessment we put together a tailor-made preparation package. contain the same questions you can expect in your actual Aldi Assessment. The Aldi Assessment Preparation Package consists of the following Aldi aptitude tests:

  • Aldi Verbal Analysis Test
  • Aldi Numerical Analysis Test
  • Aldi Diagrammatic Analysis Test
  • Aldi Abstract Reasoning Test
  • Aldi Verbal Comprehension Test
  • Aldi Numerical Comprehension Test
  • Aldi Spatial Reasoning Test
  • Aldi Diagrammatic Reasoning Test
  • Aldi Situational Judgement Test

All Aldi online assessment practice tests come with worked solutions and an explanation on how to get to the right answer. Our Personal Progression System will help you track your progress and give a detailed view of your performances. Assessment-Training is more merely an Aldi online test training platform, We are a lively assessment community with the pleasure of helping you 24/7 with all your needs!

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