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Tesco Assessment Centre Interview

Started by Job Hunter, August 13, 2013, 07:32:43 am

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August 13, 2013, 07:32:43 am Last Edit: September 28, 2015, 05:35:11 pm by Learnist Careers

If you are called to an assessment centre for Tesco, then you may find it quite difficult to prepare, as the activities that you are expected to do may vary, not only depending on the role that you are applying or but also on the assessment centre itself. You will be likely to have an interview, role-play and some group exercises to take part in.

During the interview stage you are likely to be asked why you want to work for Tesco and why you have chosen to apply for that particular role. You will be considered in light of the values of the company and so it is important that you know what these are beforehand. You also want to consider the skills that you have and how you will demonstrate those in the interview.

The group exercise may involve making a sales pitch presentation. You may need to work against someone else in trying to make your product sound the best. Think about the benefits to the customer and focus on those.

It is likely that you will know what the presentation will be on beforehand so that you can prepare. Make sure that you work hard in demonstrating both your knowledge of the company, the role and showing how your skills fit in with those. Preparing beforehand can sometimes make it more worrying, because you will be expected to do some work. However, see it as an opportunity to show off your research and preparation skills and make sure that you put in a lot of time. If you cannot free up time, then there will not be an opportunity to make excuses or do it at another time, so you need to put everything on hold to get this done.

Related: Tesco Application Form


Hi there, I was wondering if you had to retake your psychometric tests on the day? Thanks

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