This book is a collection of aptitude test questions, related questions, and answers for the recruitment exercises of the Chevron JV and OML. It is regularly updated with recent questions as made available by our researchers and carefully reviewed to reflect current trends in psychometric testing.
Different aspects of psychometric and mental screening are carefully covered to give a wholesome pack needed to ensure your success in the test.
This book will be helpful to candidates invited to the aptitude screening test of the firm as it will enable them to prepare accordingly. We also have Oil and Gas Companies Interview Questions and Answers that will enable candidates to give expected answers to questions during the selection interview.
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Questions for this test are derived from these core areas:
- Verbal Reasoning
- Numerical Reasoning
- Abstract Reasoning
- Current Affairs
- Basic Oil & Gas Knowledge
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Chevron Recruitment Test Past and Study Questions And Answers
Sample Question 1
Predicting earthquakes using observable phenomena like phases of the moon, cloud ormations, weather conditions or animal behaviour is a controversial and, some would say, impossible task. There is little or no verifiable evidence to link any of these phenomena to predictions of actual seismic activity. Early detection, as a means of advance warning, is far more reliable than future prediction and can be done by measuring primary waves (referred to as P-Waves). These non-destructive waves travel faster through the earth’s crust than the harmful and destructive secondary waves and so can provide a valuable, albeit short, advance warning....
1. If animals can detect primary waves, they could be used to predict earthquakes.
C. Cannot say
Sample Question 2
2. Primary waves travel at the speed of sound.
C. Cannot say
3. P-Waves, and the low-frequency electromagnetic signals some believe animals can sense, are not
the same thing.
C. Cannot say
Sample Question 3
4. Which age range shows the smallest number of sales per enquiry?
A. 16-24 years
B. 25-34 years
C. 35-44 years
D. 45-54 years
E. 55-64 years
Sample Question 4
5. Assuming 400,000 mail shots were sent out to 25-34 year olds, how many more enquiries would be generated compared to actual sales?
6. Last year there were 630 sales recorded for the 45-54 year old group. How many mail shots would have been sent out to reach this figure?
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